Center for Perinatal Medicine (CPM)

The Center for Perinatal Medicine (Atlanta, Forsyth, Alpharetta and Cherokee) is a comprehensive prenatal diagnostic center. Our board-certified maternal-fetal medicine specialists work hand-in-hand with obstetricians, geneticists, neonatologists, and pediatric cardiologists while utilizing our award winning Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Together, with your obstetrician, a comprehensive plan will be developed to protect the life of you and your child.

Why CPM?
CPM was the first in Atlanta to pioneer prenatal diagnostic ultrasound and noninvasive cell-free DNA screening. We take pride in our well-rounded practice with physicians credentialed in maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics, diagnostic radiology and medical genetics. We bring the doctors you need to you and work hard to assist your obstetrician with your care.

What is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist or Perinatologist?
Maternal-fetal medicine physicians or perinatologists are leaders in high-risk obstetric care and serve as medical and surgical practitioners and image providers for your obstetrician. To become a maternal-fetal medicine specialist a physician is required to complete their residency in OB/GYN plus an additional three years of training in the subspecialty of high-risk obstetrics.

What to expect during a visit to CPM
After meeting with your obstetrician, patients are sent to our Center and benefit from early diagnosis, screening and treatment of obstetrical and gynecological conditions that pertain to you or your baby. You will be greeted by one of our registered diagnostic medical sonographers who will obtain high quality images of your baby. Our maternal-fetal medicine physicians also will view your baby via ultrasound and have a comprehensive discussion with you about your pregnancy. Ultrasound results will be given to you during the time of your appointment. If any additional testing is needed, patients will benefit from our team of registered nurses and onsite genetic counselors.

Ask us how your baby’s ultrasound pictures can now be digitally delivered via text or email to share with friends and family. 

CPM physicians consult for general pregnancies or high-risk patients.
•    Preconception Consults
•    Advanced Maternal Age (>35)
•    Complex Medical Problems
•    Diabetes
•    Hypertension
•    Preeclampsia
•    Heart Disease
•    Autoimmune Disorders
•    Multiple Gestation
•    Seizure Disorders
•    Pregnancy Losses
•    Infectious Diseases
•    Detection and Diagnosis of Fetal
     Abnormality
•    Bleeding
•    IVF Conceptions
•    Fetal Complications
•    Prior Loss or Multiple Losses
•    Cervical Insufficiency
•    Morbid Obesity
•    Macrosomia (baby is too large)
•    IUGR (baby is too small)
•    Incompetent Cervix
CPM physicians use cutting-edge medical equipment to optimize care.
•    Viability/Dating Scans First Trimester
     Genetic Screening (NIPS, Nuchal
     Translucency)
•    Early and Routine Targeted Fetal Anatomical
     Ultrasound
•    Diagnostic Fetal Ultrasound Imaging
•    Level II Ultrasound w/ 4D and 3D Capability
•    Multiple Gestation Imaging
•    Doppler Studies
•    Cervical Length evaluations
•    Biophysical Profile
•    Nonstress Test
•    Fetal Echo Ultrasound
CPM physicians are trained to perform interventional and invasive testing while babies remain inside the womb.
•    Chorionic Villous Sampling
•    Percutaneous Umbilical Artery sampling 
•    Fetal Blood Transfusions
•    Amniocentesis
•    Bladder Stent
•    Amniotic Fluid Reduction
•    Preventive and Emergency Cervical
     Cerclage Placement

To schedule an appointment for any of our offices please call (404) 851-8980.

First Time Patients: Please print and complete the forms below and bring them to the office with you at the time of your visit.
Patient History Questionnaire
Patient Information Sheet
Billing Notice

Free Prenatal Screening Informational Sessions
Families are welcome to attend our monthly information sessions with our board-certified genetic counselor, who will outline the benefits, risks and limitations of the latest screening technologies. Learn what information these screening tests can provide to help you decide what screening options are best for you and your baby.

First Tuesday of every month, 7-8 p.m.
Atlanta office
Call (404) 845-5555 to register.

 

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Atlanta (Outpatient & Inpatient)
1000 Johnson Ferry Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 851-8988
Fax: (404) 851-6813


Alpharetta (Outpatient)
11975 Morris Road
Suite 130
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Phone: (770) 667-4240
Fax: (770) 667-4242


Holly Springs- (Outpatient)
684 Sixes Rd.
Suite 230
Holly Springs, GA 30115
Phone: (770) 926-1027
Fax: (770) 926-4075

Forsyth (Outpatient & Inpatient)
1800 Northside Forsyth Drive
Cumming, GA 30041
Phone: (770) 292-2942
Fax: (770) 292-2819


 

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