Perinatal Access MFM care when and where women need it

20% of pregnant women are at high-risk, yet there is a shortage of Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) Specialists in the United States. In fact, 24.5 million reproductive age women in the U.S. live in a county without a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist and 1.3 million reside more than 60 miles from a level 3 center.

It's time for a solution.


Perinatal Access provides care for these women and their unborn babies that is both convenient and cost effective for patients, providers and insurers.

MFMs detect significantly more fetal heart defects.

We are using telehealth to further optimize outreach to the areas where mom isn’t willing or able to drive in to a specialist's office.

Our MFM physicians can connect with the patient via secure remote technologies including realtime video interaction.

For more information:

10051 Ferndale Dallas, TX 75238




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