Brigham and Women’s Hospital offers outpatient obstetric care at our main campus. We are committed to caring for culturally and socio-economically diverse populations. Our residents provide low risk prenatal care under the supervision of four attendings: Nawal Nour, MD, MPH; Khady Diouf, MD; Julianna Schantz-Dunn, MD; and Audra Meadows, MPH. The team also consists of four nurses who provide continuity and individual care to our diverse patients: Betty Fenton-Diggins, RN; Linda Steele, RN; Amy Montero, RN; and Arlene Buck, RN.
Our obstetricians provide a variety services to our patients:
High risk pregnancy patients are cared for in our Special Obstetric Practice. Katherine Economy, MD, a high risk pregnancy specialist, works with our chief resident and team of maternal-fetal medicine fellows to provide care for women who have chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes, thyroid disease, or hypertension. The Special Obstetric Practice also sees patients with a short cervix or history of preterm deliveries and women whose fetuses may be at risk for complications.