High Risk Pregnancies: Answers for Referring Doctors, Health Agencies & Their Patients
Obstetricians and other doctors refer their patients to us because they know we perform the most comprehensive set of tests and screenings available today to evaluate pregnancy risk and fetal abnormalities. They also trust us to provide the highest level of care for monitoring and managing risk.
Coordinated, state-of-the-art care for healthy pregnancies and optimal outcomes.
In our role as coordinators of your patient’s pregnancy team, we are committed to keeping you informed. Just as importantly, we value your input to ensure your patients have the safest and most successful pregnancy possible.
We work with referring obstetricians (and other physicians involved in your patient’s care) to provide not just leading-edge services but also the highest level of skill, expertise and capability from the forefront of maternal-fetal medicine. Like you, we strive to give your patients their best opportunity for a full-term pregnancy and healthy newborn.
Enhancing our advanced care with unsurpassed commitment and compassion.
While emotions, worry and concern are part of pregnancy even when elevated risks are not involved, patients with high risk have even greater need for compassion, patience and understanding. As their referring doctor, you can trust that these women will get the utmost in personal attention, caring, support and customer service here at HRPC.
Just as close collaboration and information-sharing with you are essential to a successful, full-term pregnancy, so is making sure that your patients never feel alone or unsure. This is as much our commitment to your patients’ care as the advanced expertise and services for which we’re known.
Resources for referring obstetricians and other doctors.
Below are some essential resources for referring doctors as well as information about the High Risk Pregnancy Center you can share with patients.
- Checklist for 17-OH Progesterone Therapy (PDF)
- Articles and Presentations
- HRPC Brochure (PDF)
- Perinatology Intake Form
We invite you to visit our site often, and please feel free to contact us any time to consult about any patient concerns you have. We are here to support you. Call 702-382-3200.