Trinitas Doctor Will Speak About Medical Care During Pregnancy

Dr. Orli Langer Most

Dr. Orli Langer Most

ELIZABETH — According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes that develops during pregnancy — usually at the 24th week — is estimated to affect 18 percent of pregnancies.  The nature of gestational diabetes, how it occurs, and how it is treated will be the subject of a talk being given by Dr. Orli Langer Most, Director of Obstetrics and Perinatal Services at Trinitas Regional Medical Center.

The public is invited to attend the talk, “Perinatal Care:  Heightening Awareness of Gestational Diabetes during Pregnancy,” on Wed., May 22, 5:30 – 7:00 pm, at the Trinitas Regional Medical Center CORE Building, 1164 Elizabeth Ave., in midtown Elizabeth. Dinner is included.  Advance registration is necessary by calling 908-994-8939.  Parking is available in the Municipal lot next to the CORE building on Elizabeth Avenue.

Based at the Trinitas Perinatal Center, Dr. Langer Most brings a full range of perinatal services to the community.  The Trinitas Perinatal Center offers invasive diagnostic procedures such as amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling as well as non-invasive maternal serum screening.  Genetic and diabetic counseling services are also offered.  Dr. Langer Most is skilled in providing specialized ultrasounds and conducting fetal surveillance during pregnancy.

Board Certified in both Obstetrics Gynecology and Maternal Fetal Medicine, Dr. Langer Most received her residency training at NY Beth Israel Medical Center.  She underwent a Maternal Fetal Medicine fellowship at New York University Medical Center.  She also holds a Masters in Science Degree in Interdisciplinary Biological and Physiological Sciences from Touro College, Barry Z. Levine School of Health Sciences.  She attained her MD degree from Technion Israel Institute of Technology.

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