|Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates has links to world-renowned geneticists, neonatologists and other medical professionals that are always available for consultation in medically complex cases.
A Genetic Counselor (GC) is a health care professional with a master’s degree in human genetics and counseling. This training enables GCs to discuss technical genetic information in practical, useful terms. MFMA offers on-site genetic counseling by fully-certified Counselors. Whether you have a planned genetic consultation, or an immediate and unexpected concern arise, our genetic counselors can tend to your needs without delay.
Once You Have Made Your Appointment
|Your referring physician may have already performed some of the tests that will be discussed. Please check with your obstetrician’s office prior to your appointment and ask that they fax us your relevant records. These may include tests such as Maternal serum screening results from your current pregnancy:
What to bring to your genetic counseling appointment:
Having these records prior to your appointment will help to ensure that you are seen on time and that we do not repeat tests that you have already had.
What testing options are offered during a prenatal genetic counseling session?