Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists of Indiana, part of Pediatrix Medical Group

Now offering mobile check-in!

We’re excited to now offer mobile check-in! Please look for an email/text message a few days before your appointment from Phreesia, our new check-in system. You can confirm your appointment via text message or email, and check in online prior to your visit. You can also check in on your own device when you arrive.

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About Our Practice

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists of Indiana specializes in the care and treatment of pregnant women who are considered high risk. A high-risk pregnancy can result from conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, multiple gestation, family history of genetic diseases, recurrent miscarriage, suspected fetal birth defects, and other such complications.

We deliver patient-centered care and provide full prenatal care for select high-risk patients. Our diverse group of Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists, also called perinatologists, are board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and maternal-fetal medicine. Our care team includes high-risk sonographers, specially trained nurses, and genetic counselors. We are supported by adult and pediatric subspecialties including pulmonology, cardiology, metabolic, genetics, neurology, nephrology, gastroenterology, and more. We create a personalized plan of care for you and your baby, working with your doctor, which offers best-in-care practices to both mother and baby.

We proudly serve patients in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan. Telemedicine appointments available for diabetic management and genetic counseling.

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In-person appointments are not available with all clinicians at every location.

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