Our Inpatient Services

Although most pregnancy complications may be managed in the outpatient setting at scheduled appointments, other problems occur unexpectedly and require inpatient hospitalization and timely attention. For such occurrences, Drs. Traynor, Won and Kellert are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to accept maternal transports from surrounding community hospitals that require subspecialty care for any complications that may arise. The physicians of Diablo Valley Perinatal Associates also provide consultative and diagnostic perinatal support for the obstetrical staff of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek for conditions such as preterm labor, preterm premature rupture of membranes, preeclampsia, bleeding secondary to placenta previa, placental abruption uncontrolled diabetes, pneumonia, kidney infections and care for multiple gestations.

Inpatient consultations
Maternal Transports

As a 41 year old Mom-to-be carrying twins, my pregnancy was considered high risk and I was sent to Dr. Traynor because of his expertise as a maternal – fetal specialist. During my 20th week it was discovered that one of the babies had a dangerously slow heart rate. Because of the excellent care and support of Dr. Traynor, both boys were delivered near full term and are thriving today. Dr. Traynor and his staff were truly amazing and I highly recommend his practice.
— C.L.


Why is an ultrasound exam so important in pregnancy?

— During the first trimester, a fetal ultrasound determines the health of an early pregnancy with the measurement of the nuchal translucency.

— During the second trimester, a fetal ultrasound rules out most birth defects with a comprehensive evaluation of the fetal anatomy.

— During the third trimester, a fetal ultrasound evaluates the size of the developing baby and identifies pregnancies with abnormal growth.