At The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health, our comprehensive team works together to develop the best plan for every baby. Our Fetal Health Advisory Group is a multidisciplinary group of specialists that meets regularly to discuss patient cases, develop treatment plans that incorporate all aspects of care and communicate those plans to your care providers throughout your pregnancy.
Our genetics counselor advises individuals and families affected by or at risk of genetic disorders to help them understand and adapt to the medical, psychological and familial implications of genetic contributions to disease.
An integral part of the clinical team, our nurses support the mother and her family through all aspects of care during the pregnancy and the neonatal period.
Kristine Rimbos, MS, RNC-OB
Kristine leads the nursing care component of The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health. She received her master of science in nursing degree at the University of Minnesota, with a parent-child focus. She completed her bachelor of science in nursing from Northern Illinois University. Kristine is a registered nurse, certified in electronic fetal monitoring and inpatient obstetrics.
Joy is the clinical research nurse for The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health. She received her nursing degree from St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing. She completed a bachelor of arts in management and education in allied health. Joy is a registered nurse and a certified clinical research professional.
Otolaryngology (ENT) Specialists
Our otolaryngologists are specialists that deal with conditions related to the ear, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck.