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Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship at UPMC in Central Pa

The UPMC in central Pa. Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship is a 36-month training program in Harrisburg Pa. Our fellowship is a clinical and research-oriented program, designed to provide advanced education and training in the care of the pregnant patient and her fetus, prenatal diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, clinical and didactic teaching skills, and developing research skills. Our academic environment, faculty educators, case acuity, diversity and volume of complicated pregnancies provide a strong foundation for our comprehensive fellowship training program in maternal-fetal medicine.

The fellowship offers a full scope of clinical experience in high-risk obstetrics and prenatal genetics. Educational objectives are organized according to Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology competencies. It is our goal that upon completion of training, our maternal-fetal medicine fellows will have completed all of the ACGME requirements for subspecialty board certification and will be well-qualified for a career in maternal-fetal medicine.

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About Our Fellowship

Our fellowship program is based at UPMC in central Pa.. The facility is a 634-bed hospital with the region’s largest labor and delivery unit and a level III, 32 bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Approximately 4,000 newborn deliveries are performed each year. Maternal Fetal Medicine has an active maternal transfer service for our region of central Pa.

Application Requirements

To be considered for the Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program, you must meet a number of prerequisites, including:

  • Satisfactorily completed an AOA or ACGME residency program in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Successful passing of the ABOG or AOBOG written certification exam in OB/GYN
  • Qualify for Pennsylvania medical training license

Application to the UPMC Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Training Program should be done via ERAS. The components of the application are set by ERAS as well as the deadline for application.


Our dedicated, experienced faculty deliver a curriculum that is designed to provide you with advanced, concentrated training in maternal and fetal medicine and prepare you for certification. Our faculty include:

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Roberta "Robbie" Kribell 
Fellowship Program Coordinator

Phone: 717-231-8494

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