Maternal-Fetal Medicine WVU Hospitals Maternal-Fetal Medicine program provides perinatal, genetics, and ultrasound services to pregnant women. We serve more than 350 women yearly, and more than 100 additional high-risk patients receive care through our outpatient services. Our Commitment to You We are strongly committed to providing care for the women of West Virginia and the surrounding region. Our Maternal-Fetal Medicine team is made up of: maternal-fetal medicine specialists a nurse practitioner, certified in high-risk perinatal nursing a high-risk perinatal nurse coordinator a genetics counselor 3 ultrasonographers Perinatal genetic services include targeted ultrasound and genetic amniocentesis. We also have our own on-site cytogenetics laboratory. WVU Maternal-Fetal Medicine has an extensive outreach program with obstetrical consultation services to more than 20 hospitals in the region. Maternal Fetal Medicine and High Risk Pregnancy — WVU Healthcare William Holls, MD, says that a high risk pregnancy needs extra care, and WVU’s Maternal Fetal Medicine service provides all the care you need, when you need it.