Many conditions that can affect the health of your unborn baby can be diagnosed prior to birth, thanks to advances in medical technology. At NYU Langone’s Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Program, our doctors provide the expert care needed to ensure the healthiest birth possible for you and your baby.
Our team includes leading experts in maternal–fetal medicine, genetics, and diagnostic testing, as well as highly specialized experts from Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone. Their specialties, which are uniquely focused on infants and children, include cardiology, general surgery, neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery, plastic surgery, neonatology, urology, nephrology, and ear, nose, and throat care.
NYU Langone is a state-designated Regional Perinatal Center. This achievement recognizes that we meet the highest standards of care for expectant mothers and their babies.
We use the latest diagnostic technology to determine the health of your baby while he or she is still in the womb. This includes three- and four-dimensional ultrasound, fetal MRI, and fetal echocardiogram, as well as fetal blood sampling, chorionic villus sampling, fetal tissue biopsy, amniocentesis, and fetoscopy. We also offer genetic screening for chromosomal abnormalities and other conditions that can be inherited from one or both parents.
We manage a host of conditions that can be diagnosed before birth. These include diagnoses that can occur during twin pregnancies and developmental conditions that can affect your baby’s heart, lungs, abdominal wall, and other body systems. See the full list of conditions we treat.
If your baby has a condition that can be treated before birth, experts at the Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Program are skilled at the following procedures:
Severe conditions affecting the heart and lungs of newborns may require highly advanced therapies immediately after birth. Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital provides expert care for your newborn in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Tisch Hospital if he or she needs therapies such as extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) or in the Congenital Cardiovascular Care Unit if he or she needs treatment such as pediatric cardiac catheterization.
If you are a physician who would like to refer a patient, or an expectant mother who has received a diagnosis at another hospital and would like to refer yourself for care, please call 844-NYU-4MFM (844-698-4636).
Our medical team includes experts in maternal–fetal medicine, neonatology, genetics, pediatric cardiology, congenital cardiac surgery, pediatric surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, pediatric otorhinolaryngology, fetal and pediatric imaging, pediatric nephrology, pediatric urology, pediatric plastic surgery, and reconstructive surgery.