CHOP at the SMFM Annual Pregnancy Meeting

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The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) is going virtual for their 41st Annual Pregnancy Meeting, and so are we.

We invite you to visit our virtual booth (search for Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in the Virtual Exhibit Experience) for clinical resources for the management of pregnancies complicated by birth defects, research updates and more.

New and noteworthy

Tour our Fetal Center: A new video tour walks families through what to expect when they're referred to our center.

Expert Care for CDH: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia cares for more babies born with congenital diaphragmatic hernia than any hospital in the world. This video follows Laura, Nick and their daughter, Lillian Jane, on their journey from prenatal diagnosis of CDH, care at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment — including pregnancy management, CDH labor and delivery, and postnatal surgery — to discharge home.

Guidelines Ensure Safe and Timely Maternal-Fetal Care During COVID-19 Pandemic:  Julie S. Moldenhauer, MD, Director of Obstetrical Services, co-leads collaborative effort to provide evidence-based recommendations to maternal-fetal healthcare providers across the continent.


Since we won't be able to pass out resources in person this year, we encourage you to explore our library of educational materials and clinical resources, which include:

Visit for more. If you have questions or would like to request any educational materials, please contact us at any time.

Contact us

To refer a patient, get a second opinion, or for a general conversation, please don’t hesitate to reach us by phone at 800-468-8376 (800-IN-UTERO) or by using our online contact form.

To arrange a virtual meeting with any of our CHOP team members, please email Kristen Behrens at

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