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How We Can Help 

A fear of the unknown and
a barrage of questions:  
- What will happen? 
- Will my baby be okay?
- What are my options?
- How can I make the right decisions?

From the moment you find out that your pregnancy is not going as planned, you experience a mix of emotions and countless unanswered questions.

That is where the team at the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute steps in to help.


We are multidisciplinary…
Bringing together renowned maternal fetal medicine (MFM) specialists, pediatric and fetal surgeons, specialized nurses, cutting-edge technology, and a family-oriented approach, The St. Louis Fetal Care Institute offers state-of-the-art treatment options for unborn babies.


We are family-oriented…
From diagnosis to fetal intervention and fetal surgery, we answer your questions and present all the options for your high-risk pregnancy.  We take the time to educate you and your family on the best treatment options for your specific situation, to listen to your concerns, and to help guide you to make the best decisions for your baby.

We will also help you walk through the emotional, financial and logistical challenges that often impact a family facing a high-risk pregnancy.

We use cutting-edge technology for the best possible outcomes…
Using advanced technologies, careful observation, and our expertise, we work to ensure the healthiest possible pregnancies and the healthiest possible babies.


We present all the options…
We are the only comprehensive fetal care program in Middle America offering a variety of fetal interventions and treatments, including open and minimally invasive fetal surgery for babies in the womb. 

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We are here to help.

And we are available to you 24 hours a day!
Call: (314) 268-4037
(877) SSM FETL
(877) 776-3385

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