Maternal-fetal medicine

We offer tertiary and quaternary care for the mother and the unborn with complex needs resulting from a high risk pregnancy. Our Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists conduct diagnostic procedures and fetal therapies; collaboratively manage women with chronic illnesses; and determine the optimal evidence-based treatment for pregnant women who are at risk of an adverse outcome. Our members train MFM fellows and conduct research in a wide range of clinical settings.  Maternal perspective: there are dedicated clinics for endocrinological disorders of pregnancy, medical disorders of pregnancy, haematological disorders of pregnancy and pregnancies in women with congenital heart disease (MAUDE). Fetal perspective: care of complex cases is organised through the fetal diagnostic and treatment group (FDTG). MFM specialists work within interprofessional teams from across three sites:

  • McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) - Royal Victoria and Montreal Children's Hospitals
  • Jewish General Hospital (JGH)
  • St. Mary's Hospital Centre (SMHC)