Top Docs ’11: Maternal & Fetal Medicine

By Seattle Mag


December 31, 1969

MATERNAL & FETAL MEDICINE

Thomas J. Benedetti, M.D., Maternal and Infant Care Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., 206.598.4070, University of Washington Medical Center, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital; University of Washington, 1973; prematurity prevention, fetal macrosomia

Brigit Brock, M.D., Swedish Perinatal Medicine, 1229 Madison St., Suite 750, 206.386.2101, Swedish Medical Center, Valley Medical Center; University of Washington, 1991; diabetes in pregnancy, high-risk pregnancy, infectious disease in pregnancy

Edith Y. Cheng, M.D., Maternal and Infant Care Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., 206.598.4070, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital; University of Washington, 1987; genetic disorders, prenatal diagnosis, fetal therapy

Roberta DeRegt, M.D., Eastside Maternal Fetal Medicine, 12333 NE 130th Lane, Suite 240, Kirkland, 425.899.2200, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Brown University, 1979; prenatal ultrasound, fetal diagnosis and therapy, prematurity prevention, multiple gestation

Michael G. Gravett, M.D., Maternal and Infant Care Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., 206.598.4070, University of Washington Medical Center; University of California, Los Angeles, 1977; perinatal infectious disease

James A. Harding, M.D., Swedish Perinatal Medicine, 1229 Madison St., Suite 750, 206.386.2101, Swedish Medical Center, Valley Medical Center; University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1983; prenatal diagnosis, multiple gestation, high-risk pregnancy

Jane E. Hitti, M.D., M.P.H., Maternal and Infant Care Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., 206.598.4072, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital; University of Vermont College of Medicine, 1989; AIDS/HIV in pregnancy, infectious disease in pregnancy, prematurity prevention, multiple gestation

Dale Reisner, M.D., Swedish Perinatal Medicine, 1229 Madison St., Suite 750, 206.386.2101, Swedish Medical Center, Valley Medical Center; University of Washington, 1982; fetal abnormalities, high-risk pregnancy

Martin Walker, M.D., Eastside Maternal Fetal Medicine, 12333 NE 130th Lane, Suite 240, Kirkland, 425.899.2200, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center; University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, 1983; fetal diagnosis and therapy

Peter Wall, M.D., Eastside Maternal Fetal Medicine, 12333 NE 130th Lane, Suite 240, Kirkland, 425.899.2200, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center; George Washington University, 1994; high-risk pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis

Originally published in July 2011

 

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