Before Your Visit

Please review the information below before your first visit with Mount Carmel Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM).

  • Please bring a completed health history form with you to your first appointment as well as patient's photo ID and insurance card.
  • Your OB office should fax patient prenatal information, lab work and referral to specific MFM office prior to your visit.
  • If a patient is younger than 18 years old, we must receive parent/guardian consent for treatment.
  • No photos or video recording is permitted during the duration of your visit per Mount Carmel Health System policy.
  • The MFM program provides care for high risk patients. As such, clinicians may have to respond to emergency cases from time to time. This may increase your appointment wait time. We appreciate your understanding and patience regarding this matter.

Late Policy

We understand there are times that you cannot avoid being late to your appointment. Please know that we may need to reschedule your appointment if you are more than 15 minutes late.

Financial Information

Please review financial and insurance information for Mount Carmel here.

Patient Resources

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is the premier professional membership organization for obstetrician–gynecologists. The College’s activities include producing practice guidelines for providers and educational materials for patients, providing practice management and career support, facilitating programs and initiatives aimed at improving women’s health, and advocating on behalf of members and patients.

The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) is a multidisciplinary medical association of more than 9000 physicians, sonographers, scientists, students, and other health care providers. Established in the early 1950’s, the AIUM is dedicated to advancing the safe and effective use of ultrasound in medicine through professional and public education, research, development of guidelines, and accreditation.

The Ohio Fetal Medicine Collaborative (OFMC) is the result of multiple health care institutions coming together to achieve a common goal of providing high-risk expectant mothers, and their babies with suspected fetal diagnoses, the highest quality care. The OFMC provides high-risk pregnancy health care, diagnostic services and treatment, as well as care for baby after delivery.

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) is a non-profit, membership organization based in Washington, DC. With more than 3,500 physicians, scientists and women's health professionals around the world, the Society supports the clinical practice of maternal-fetal medicine by providing education, promoting research and engaging in advocacy to optimize the health of high-risk pregnant women and their babies.