Fetal Cardiology

 If you are expecting a baby and your provider has concerns for your developing baby’s heart, it is important to have this evaluated before birth. Your physician may also recommend a scan of your baby’s heart if you have certain pre-existing health conditions. These assessments will help guide your care before birth and anticipate care for your baby after birth.

The Fetal Cardiology Program at the Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center is a national leader in the evaluation and diagnosis of fetal heart conditions prior to a baby’s birth. We are highly skilled in all types of fetal heart disease, performing more than 2,000 fetal echocardiograms year.

We offer the most advanced treatments available for maternal and fetal care under one roof — with exceptional outcomes in pediatric cardiac intensive care and pediatric cardiac surgery.

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Why Johns Hopkins Medicine for Prenatal Cardiology Care?

Comprehensive Prenatal Care.

Our specialists provide prenatal cardiology care, including diagnostic ultrasound (fetal echocardiogram), prenatal counseling, collaborative multidisciplinary prenatal care, specialized delivery planning, and ongoing pediatric and adult congenital heart care.

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In addition to our care center at the pediatric cardiology clinic at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, we have partnerships and outreach clinics with Maternal - Fetal Medicine groups at Sibley Memorial Hospital, Anne Arundel Medical Center (Annapolis and Easton locations), and the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

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Close to Baby at Birth.

If delivery is planned at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, you will be close to your newborn baby after delivery and your baby will be in the care of experts immediately upon birth. Our labor and delivery unit  is directly next to our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and close to the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit (PCICU),cardiac catherization suite, and cardiac operating rooms.

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Team Approach.

We work closely with experts you may see throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine, including maternal-fetal medicine specialists, genetic counselors, and pediatric sub-specialists. If your doctors are outside of Johns Hopkins, we strive to work closely with them to ensure you and your baby receive the best care.

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Meet Our Fetal Cardiology Specialists

The experience and knowledge of our team and the excellence of our facilities allow us to offer parents the utmost in care and planning during a most difficult time.

Nurse Coordinator

Kami Skurow-Todd, MSN, RNC-NIC

[email protected]

Kami Skurow-Todd

Cardiac Sonographers

  • Erin Miklasz, RDCS
  • Molly Sullivan, RDCS
  • Rita Long, RDCS
  • Zoe Prengaman, RDCS
  • Allison Capozzoli, RDCS
  • Natallia Halavina, RDCS

Social Worker

  • Dawn Warfield, MSW, MPH, LCSW-C


See below for the addresses to our fetal cardiology locations. To make an appointment, please call 410-955-5987.

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

1800 Orleans Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21287

Luminis Health Maternal and Fetal Medicine- Annapolis 

185 Harry S. Truman Parkway
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

Luminis Health Maternal and Fetal Medicine- Easton

28438 Marlboro Avenue
Easton, Maryland 21601

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

6701 N. Charles Street
Towson, Maryland 21204

Ascension Saint Agnes

900 South Canton Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21229