Referring physicians from other facilities, patients and families can contact us by calling:
Download the referral form
The Fetal Care and Treatment Center is located within UC Davis Children's Hospital: 2315 Stockton Blvd.Sacramento, CA
View maps and directions »
How to give to Fetal Care and Treatment
Stay connected with UC Davis Children’s Hospital.
Baby Alex had fetal surgery for myelomeningocele, a form of spina bifida …
Baby Remington had fetal surgery to prevent further damage from spina bifida low on his back …
Surgery helped twins Bodhi and Bear when they shared the same placenta …
After two miscarriages and the stillborn birth of their daughter Mia, Elk Grove residents Khae Saetern and Bobby Angeles now have the family that they have always dreamed of, with the birth of their son Matthew.
View Matthew's story
Read other pediatric patient stories »
At 22 weeks pregnant, Nicole was referred to one of the nation's leading experts in fetal disorders.
Emily and Charlotte were diagnosed with Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome, but thanks to fetal surgery at 18 weeks, both babies survived and are doing well.
Surgery helped Evie Brave when she was diagnosed with spina bifida in the womb.
Excess fluid in unborn baby Aria’s tissues brought a hydrops diagnosis.
Charlie was diagnosed with gastroschisis during a 12-week nuchal translucency ultrasound and was confirmed in a 16-week ultrasound.
Quinn's mother Sarah had fetal surgery when she was 18 weeks pregnant with Quinn.