About the Fellowship
The Maternal -Fetal Medicine Fellowship at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak offers a three-year fellowship-training program, which is accredited by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and accepts one fellow each academic year. Competency based goals and objectives will be provided to fellows at the start of each clinical rotation. Fellows’ progress will be evaluated by multiple evaluators at least semi-annually and the fellows will have a chance to evaluate the faculty and program at least annually.
Maternal Fetal Medicine Services
The Fetal Imaging Center is on the located on the 2nd floor of the hospital and is staffed by MFM specialist, pediatric radiologist, ultrasound technologists and genetic counselors. The center provides obstetrical ultrasound, reproductive genetics, fetal therapy. The genetic counselors help to arrange multi-disciplinary assessments for complex antepartum patients, generally those with fetal anomalies, which includes counseling, care planning and disposition for subsequent care in the obstetrics and neonatology units of the hospital. The Center performs more than 21,100 ultrasound procedures yearly.
MFM ambulatory service is provided at 3 different centers; the Women’s Subspecialty Clinic is located in Beverly Hills about 1 mile from the hospital, Maternal Fetal Medicine & Fetal Imaging is located about 6 miles away in the Troy Regional Hospital and there is a Fetal Imaging Unit in Grosse Pointe. Ultrasound technologists perform fetal imaging at all centers under supervision of MFM specialist. MFM provide full obstetrical care for high risk patients at Women’s Subspecialty Clinic. MFM consultations for referrals from obstetricians are offered at Beverly Hills and Troy.