The Colorado Institute for Maternal and Fetal Health (CIMFH) offers mothers and babies comprehensive care before, during and after high-risk or routine pregnancies. With a focus on pre-term babies requiring surgical care within 72 hours of birth, the Institute boasts a team of world-renowned fetal specialists.
The Colorado Fetal Care Center, a part of the CIMFH, is one of the most advanced fetal care centers in the country, providing integrated care for families facing a pregnancy with a fetal abnormality. Children’s Colorado’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is designated as a Level IV NICU, the highest distinction by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and treats over 1,000 babies each year.
Our combined depth and breadth of services, as well as access to cutting-edge research and technology, gives us everything we need to care for mothers and babies:
The CIMFH Obstetrics Program provides expecting mothers with comprehensive care throughout the pregnancy and delivery process, including obstetricians who specialize in high-risk pregnancies, mental health care, and support for young mothers through the Colorado Adolescent Maternity Program (CAMP).
Children’s Colorado’s Neonatology Program is ranked 6th in the nation and has 60 years of experience setting industry standards and leading in best practices.
Fetal surgery is a treatment option to repair fetal anomalies on an unborn baby. The Colorado Fetal Care Center is one of the few programs in the United States to offer fetoscopic and open fetal surgery, making it a national referral center for patients with the most complex pregnancies.