Arkansas Perinatal Services/Baptist Health Maternal Fetal Medicine
If a woman has experienced complications during a previous pregnancy or is considered to be at high risk because of existing medical conditions, family or personal history, she may wish to consult with Arkansas Perinatal Services/Baptist Health Maternal Fetal Medicine. Our clinic can help with pregnancy-related problems such as expecting two or more babies, premature labor, or a concern about the developing fetus.
We do require that the referring obsetrician/gynecologist call to make the appointment for the patient.
Pregnancy is a time of great joy but can also be quite stressful. Our warm and friendly staff are here to make you feel more at ease and provide answers for your pregnancy-related questions.
Upon arrival, please sign in at the front desk. If you are a new patient, please bring your photo ID and insurance card. For our patients' convenience, all registration is completed at the check-in desk, therefore, it is not necessary to fill out any paperwork! Co-pays are expected at time of check-in.
Along with our wonderful Maternal-Fetal Specialist, we offer genetic counselors to discuss all of your genetic questions and to thoroughly explain any testing deemed necessary. Our ultrasonographers have been trained to provided high-resolution ultrasounds specific to maternal-fetal medicine.
We are located on the 8th floor of the Medical Towers II building on the Baptist Health Medical Center campus in Little Rock.
In an effort to better serve you, we have implemented a patient portal so that communicating with the clinic can be as easy as your busy life demands!
|Dawn S. Hughes, MD||Maternal-Fetal Medicine||Request an appointment|
|Nafisa K. Dajani, MD||Maternal-Fetal Medicine||Request an appointment|
|Everett (Pat) F. Magann, MD||Maternal-Fetal Medicine||Request an appointment|
|Adam T. Sandlin, MD||Maternal-Fetal Medicine||Request an appointment|
|Paul John Wendel, MD||Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine||Request an appointment|