What is a Genetic Counselor and How Can they Help Me?

By on August 28, 2020

Genetics is a complicated subject, but many parents have concerns about whether they may pass down a genetic condition to their child. If this sounds like you, scheduling an appointment with a genetic counselor can help you develop the best plan for your pregnancy.   What is a Genetic Counselor?  A genetic counselor is a health care

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Meet Dr. Melka

By on July 28, 2020

On the Healthful Woman podcast, Dr. Fox regularly interviews colleagues and members of the Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates team so audiences can get to know them. On the episode “I’m Dr. Melka, How Can I Help Ya!”, we were introduced to Dr. Stephanie Melka, a board certified OBGYN who joined MFM Associates in 2012. You can listen to

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What to Know About Circumcising Your Child

By on November 7, 2019

If you’re expecting a boy, then it’s inevitable that you’ll face the question of whether to circumcise him or not. Ultimately, it comes down to what you think is best for your child, but it’s still extremely important to be informed about the process before you face the final decision. Today, circumcision is becoming more

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A PATIENT TESTIMONIAL, Georgie (Video)

By on March 15, 2019

At MFM, we always appreciate feedback from our patients, as it helps us to improve your experience at our practice. Read on to learn about one patient, Georgie’s, experience. “I learned about the practice through a friend of a friend,” explained Georgie.  “I was living on the West Side of Manhattan, moved to the East

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PATIENT TESTIMONIALS: WHY CHOOSE MFMA?, Kate (Video)

By on September 27, 2018

Many patients choose MFM and Carnegie Imaging for Women because it is a group practice. Group practices offer many benefits over solo practices to help offer patients the best care possible. First, a group practice has the benefit of greater shared clinical experience and access to information. This enables better care for the patient. In

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