1st, 2nd, and third trimester ultrasound
Ultrasounds are often performed several times throughout a pregnancy to monitor the development and growth of your baby. In the first trimester, an ultrasound can determine the gestational age and detect some birth defects. Later on, regular ultrasounds can monitor the baby’s growth, the placenta, amniotic fluid, and any complications.
Our Care Approach
High-risk pregnancies take specialized care. But we believe it also takes a trusting partnership where you feel comfortable to share your concerns, fears, and challenges. We believe that by working together, we can make sure you have the healthiest pregnancy possible.