For Healthcare Professionals
Referring Patients to OHSU Perinatology
Each pregnancy is a unique collaboration between healthcare providers and women to support healthy choices and in pursuit of the best possible outcome. It is also an important opportunity for close communication and partnership among the patient’s healthcare team.
The Perinatology team at OHSU is committed to partnering with you in the care of your patients with high-risk pregnancies. As a regional and national resource in Maternal Fetal Medicine, our specialists and staff are available to you 24/7. You have access to:
- Consultations for any high-risk pregnancy concern
- Comprehensive prenatal care and delivery of high-risk pregnancies
- State-of-the-art obstetric ultrasound, prenatal diagnosis, screening, genetic testing including chorionic villus sampling, cordocentesis and amniocentesis, consultation and fetal therapy
- Coordination of obstetrical and neonatal concerns — including evaluation and consultation with the array of specialists available thoughout OHSU and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
At OHSU we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of women’s health and wellness through teaching, research and experience. We look forward to working with you and throughout our shared community.
Aaron B. Caughey, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.P., M.P.H
Professor and Chair of the OHSU Department of Ob-Gyn
and the Julie Neupert Stott Director of the Center for Women’s Health
Perinatal Care Coordinator
We are pleased to offer the services of Cathy Cromett, RN, MSN. Cathy coordinates the care of patients with complex pregnancy concerns and has more than 20 years of labor and delivery nursing experience. She will arrange consultations with neonatologists, surgeons, and other pediatric specialists as well as assist your patients with follow-up appointments and delivery plans. If you would like to speak with Cathy about a particular patient, please contact her by calling her direct line 503 494-7934.
Academic Contact Information
See information about the OHSU Fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine.