Fetal interventions and surgery

The Fetal Concerns Center is the first of its kind in the state that performs in utero interventions for a wide range of conditions:

Note: Fetal interventions and surgical procedures require a hysterotomy, which is a surgical incision of the uterus. Similar to a classic c-section, patients with a prior hysterotomy carry an increased risk of uterine rupture during childbirth. It is recommended to wait two years between pregnancies and to deliver at 37 weeks.

Wisconsin's highest-rated pediatric surgical center

Recognized by the American College of Surgeons, our Level I verification represents the highest level of recognition for hospitals that perform complex surgical procedures in newborns and children.

Contact us

For additional information on the Fetal Concerns Center at Children's Wisconsin, please call:

(414) 337-4776

Fax: (414) 337-1884

Note: These phone numbers should not be used for urgent medical concerns. Please contact your physician directly if your situation requires immediate attention, or dial 911 if it is an emergency.