Contact Information

Obstetrics Department: 920-262-4267
Center for Women's Health: 920-262-4825

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About High-Risk Pregnancy Care

Sometimes having a baby is more complicated than usual. A pregnancy is considered high-risk when there are potential issues that could affect you, your baby, or both of you. Complications could include:

  • Existing diagnosis of diabetes or hypertension
  • Being over the age of 35
  • Previous pregnancy complications
  • Multiple birth. If problems do occur, you need the most advanced care available.


Collaboration with UW Health and Meriter Hospital

Our team of experts offer a spectrum of diagnostic services to assess and treat high-risk pregnancies. Through a collaboration with UW Health and Meriter Hospital Maternal-Fetal Medicine, we also provide:

  • Advanced fetal screenings for all women near the 20th week of pregnancy
  • Evaluation and consultation for high risk pregnancy
  • Seamless link to advanced hospital services


Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist

A maternal-fetal medicine specialist, also called a perinatologist, is an obstetrician who has received additional education and can evaluate, diagnose and monitor high risk pregnancies. These physicians come to Watertown Regional Medical Center and are on-site regularly.  Their goal is to make a high risk situation less stressful for you and your baby, and help ensure a healthier pregnancy and a safer delivery.


Location

Center for Women's Health
128 Hospital Drive
Watertown, WI  53098