- Primary Care
- Cleft Lip and Palate Program
- Ear, Nose & Throat
- Emergency & Trauma
- Pain Management
- Internal Medicine Clinic
- Oncology & Hematology Clinic
- Palliative Care
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- + All Services
Maternal-Fetal Medicine, also known as High-Risk Obstetrics, provides complete consultation and evaluation of high-risk pregnancies for women and newborns that have complications identified prior to or during pregnancy. We work collaboratively with the OB/GYN physicians and certified nurse midwives to do everything possible to ensure the health and wellbeing of new mothers and their babies.
Some of the conditions that we see and evaluate include:
- Pre-conception Evaluation
- History of pregnancy complications
- Fetal abnormalities
- Antepartum testing
- Evaluation and management of medical diseases during pregnancy:
- Cardiac, pulmonary, renal
- Collagen-vascular disease
- Hematologic and coagulation abnormalities
- Infectious diseases
- Multiple gestation
- Habitual abortion
- Management of iso-immunization in pregnancy
- Other complex medical conditions
Our clinic is staffed with registered nurses, who are specially trained in obstetrics and gynecology and registered diagnostic medical sonographers (RDMS), certified by The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, who are specially trained in prenatal ultrasound to offer the highest quality prenatal diagnosis.
Our lab offers the following screenings and examinations utilizing state-of-the-art ultrasound equipment:
- First trimester screening (certified by the fetal medicine foundation and nuchal translucency quality review)
- Obstetrical Sonography: high-resolution 2D, 3D, and 4D imaging to diagnose congenital and genetic abnormalities
- Fetal growth assessments and surveillance (estimated fetal weight, biophysical profile, fetal doppler, and amniotic fluid volume)
- Ultrasound assessment of the cervix
- Fetal echocardiography: detailed evaluation of the fetal heart to diagnose congenital anomalies and fetal arrhythmias. We work with pediatric cardiologist from Seattle Children’s Hospital to help diagnose and plan post-delivery care.
How do I make an appointment?
A referral from your primary care provider or another specialty clinic is required.
Who do you provide services to?
We provide services to all Alaska Native and American Indian women living in the State of Alaska, as well as non-beneficiary women pregnant with an Alaska Native or American Indian child. We also have a special relationship with the Department of Defense facilities in the state that allow us to also provide select specialty services to women with high risk pregnancies.
Where is the clinic located?
Our clinic is located on the first floor of the ANPCC, within the OB/GYN Clinic.
Clinic Hours and Contact Information
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Phone: 729-1779 or 729-3136