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Job Summary: Maternal Fetal Medicine, High Risk/Complicated Pregnancies
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of high risk or complicated pregnancies. This includes management of gestational and pregestational diabetes, hypertensive disorders, and other medical disorders that can cause the pregnancy to be complicated.
Interpretation of obstetrical ultrasounds.
Performance and interpretation of antenatal testing.
Outpatient preconception and antenatal consultations.
Inpatient consultations and care of antepartum patients.
Perform prenatal diagnostic procedures including amniocentesis.
Perform cervical cerclage procedures.
Participate in departmental and hospital meetings to include quality and safety initiatives.
Education and supervision of medical students.
Use EPIC and Viewpoint medical record systems (training provided).
Share on-call coverage with other MFM provider(s).
MD., DO. Degree
BC/BE Maternal Fetal Medicine
Fellowship trained in Accredited United States MFM Fellowship Program
Sub-specialty Board certification in Maternal Fetal Medicine or board eligible
Current, unrestricted, Virginia State license or eligible for Virginia licensure
Current BLS and NRP for Healthcare Providers certification by the American Heart Association
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.
A Not-for-Profit Regional Healthcare System Dedicated to Excellence. From our humble beginnings in Fredericksburg, Virginia as an eight-room hospital to our modern not-for-profit regional system, Mary Washington Healthcare has seen enormous growth and development in the past 100 years. Today, we are made up of two hospitals and 28 healthcare facilities and wellness services. Community leaders volunteer on our Board of Trustees in order to guide the continued growth and direction of our health care system.