UW Medicine offers holistic healthcare services to women across the continuum from adolescence through late adulthood. UW Medicine provides wellness and preventive services as well as care for normal to high-risk pregnancies, and breast, gynecologic and pelvic health. Our experts care for women with complicated medical conditions (such as reproductive/infertility and gynecologic oncology) that may require minimally invasive procedures or comprehensive surgical care. In addition, UW Medicine is prepared to care for infants requiring special or intensive care services within our three Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs). Our level 3 and level 4 NICUs provide the latest therapies for infants born preterm or those who require highly skilled care. Our physicians are researchers who are making medical discoveries that are improving the lives of women and infants throughout the world.
Genevieve S. Neal-Perry MD, PhD, discusses fertility evaluation and management for couples or individuals looking to start a family.
Eli Y. Adashi, MD, focuses on diseases that derive from Mutant Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA).
Jim Evans, MD, discusses application of genomic medicine in the OB/GYN Clinic and in public health.
Kristina Adams Waldorf, MD covers many aspects of the significant and enduring public health challenge of the Zika Virus.
Timothy Mitchell, MD, talks about the history of marijuana, legalization, its targets and how it is consumed.
Swati Shree, MD, MHA, discusses the Rhesus system, Pathogenesis, screening, diagnosis and prevention of RhD alloimmunizaton. Dr. Shree also explains anti-D lg, unique scenarios and other national guidelines. She lastly discusses fetal RHD genotyping.
New innovative research projects aiming to prevent premature birth have been announced by the Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth (GAPPS), an initiative of Seattle Children's.
In May 2011, Gretchen Pitkin delivered triplets at UW Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The three babies were in the NICU for various lengths of time, one for 100 days. They are now 15 months old and are thriving. Watch their amazing story.
UW Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is one of our greatest prides.
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