First Trimester Screenings
To ensure the optimal health of your baby, our specialists are certified in offering first trimester screenings between 11 to 14 weeks of pregnancy at the patient’s request. These diagnostic tests will show if the baby has increased chances of a certain condition or disease.

Screenings for Expectant Mothers

As a full-service women's hospital — which oversees more than 10,000 births and 100,000 ultrasound procedures annually — Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC is well-suited for a robust fetal therapy program.

Our specialists in the Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center partner with radiologists at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to provide a comprehensive team approach, allowing for evaluation and precise diagnosis and management of complicated conditions.

This continuum of care extends from the time of diagnosis to delivery and into the newborn period.

To ensure the optimal health of your baby, our specialists conduct first trimester screenings. These diagnostic tests ​

Screening services include:

Contact Magee-Womens Imaging

If you're pregnant and would like to schedule a screening exam, call 412-641-4500 or 1-800-649-4077.

American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Accreditation

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