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The Mothers Center offers the unique resources and expertise necessary to provide comprehensive antenatal care to mothers with chronic or acute medical or surgical complications.
Pregnancy is an exciting time in a woman’s life, but it can also be one filled with uncertainty and anxiety. For women with chronic medical conditions, pregnancy may pose even more challenges. The Mothers Center offers the unique resources and expertise necessary to provide comprehensive antenatal care to mothers with chronic or acute medical or surgical complications.
Our Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) experts and other specialists work together at the Mothers Center to develop customized treatment plans that meet each patient’s unique needs. All of our patients have access to health care professionals throughout NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. The Mothers Center serves as the hub for this collaboration by:
- Coordinating appointments with specialists
- Providing counseling
- Ensuring that patients receive the best care
The Mothers Center serves as a national model for the care of high-risk pregnant women by providing comprehensive coordinated care. As women with complex medical conditions become pregnant at a higher rate, it is important to have a multidisciplinary team to care for them both preconceptionally, through pregnancy, and beyond. Our team is also conducting research that will contribute to improved care and education outside of the institution.
The Mothers Center is at the forefront of pregnancy care in New York, and our goal is to make pregnancy safe for every mother and child.
Conditions We Treat
We care for women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy with:
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Placental Disease
- Neurologic Disease
- Endocrine Disease
- Gastrointestinal / Liver Disease
- Hematologic Disease
- Infectious Disease
- Oncologic Disease
- Psychiatric Disease
- Pulmonary Disease
- Renal Disease
- Rheumatologic Disease
- Surgical Conditions
- Vascular Disease
Referring physicians may call the Mothers Center for consultations, co-management, or transfer of patients requiring delivery at our facility for maternal complications. We work closely with referring physicians, providing timely feedback regarding our findings and recommendations.
Patients may call the Mothers Center directly to schedule a consultation. A co-counselor will work with you to acquire medical records, answer questions, and provide support.
No matter how you are referred to the Center, we understand the need for prompt testing and consultation with all relevant specialties and schedule visits quickly and conveniently.
Our Care Coordinator will help provide individualized attention from the first contact.
Magda Brown, WHNP
Clinical Care Coordinator