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Care from the comfort of your home.
At Brigham and Women's Hospital, we're here for our patients – especially during challenging times when you need us most. With Virtual Visits, you can receive much of the high-risk pregnancy care you need without leaving your home. Whether for an initial consult, second opinion, routine prenatal visit, or follow-up care, Virtual Visits give you a convenient way to connect with our team of maternal-fetal medicine specialists.
How Virtual Visits Work
Our maternal-fetal medicine providers are available to connect with you through Virtual Visits. These one-on-one virtual appointments are a convenient way to begin – or continue – your high-risk pregnancy care from the comfort of your home.
All you need is a smartphone, tablet or computer with a video camera to get started. Call or request an appointment online, and our team will guide you through the process.
Frequently Asked Questions about Virtual Visits
Are Virtual Visits still being offered as the hospital reopens?
Yes, our providers will continue to conduct Virtual Visits with patients for consultations, second opinions and follow-up care as appropriate.
How can I schedule a Virtual Visit?
If you are interested in scheduling a Virtual Visit, please call or request an appointment online via the form below, and the Maternal-Fetal Medicine staff and Brigham Virtual Care team will schedule your virtual visit and assist you with your set up.
What are the technology requirements?
You will need reliable internet access and a computer, tablet or smartphone with video capabilities.
How do I prepare for my first Virtual Visit?
Before you connect with your provider, our will team will guide you through the process, including logging in to Mass General Brigham Patient Gateway and testing your devices. Otherwise, prepare for your provider visit as you normally would, including having your questions and health updates ready.
What if I need lab testing or an ultrasound before my Virtual Visit?
Your provider will determine if you need lab testing, and ultrasound or other imaging before your Virtual Visit, and you will be provided direction on how to schedule these in-person appointments to be conducted safely.
Can all my high-risk pregnancy care be conducted through Virtual Visits?
Many maternal-fetal medicine appointments can be effectively held via Virtual Visits. Your provider will recommend in-person care on an individual basis as needed.
We understand that you may have concerns and want to assure you that we are steadfast in our commitment to safely providing the care you need. Our maternal-fetal medicine specialists are available to connect with you in person and with Virtual Visits. To request an appointment, call 617-732-5130 or submit the form below.