AKRON -- Stephen Bacak, D.O., MPH, has joined Akron Children's Hospital's Maternal Fetal Medicine Center as a specialist in high risk pregnancies and deliveries.
Following medical school at the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University, Bacak completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology through the Northeast Ohio Medical University and Akron General Medical Center. He then completed a fellowship in maternal fetal medicine from the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Bacak also holds a master's degree in public health from Saint Louis University.
Akron Children's Hospital's Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine provides services for women who may be at risk for complications of pregnancy, as well as care for fetuses that may be at risk for or have been diagnosed with a genetic disorder or congenital defect.
The MFM team coordinates a plan of care with Akron Children's neonatologists before delivery, ensuring seamless, integrated services for both mother and child.
Preconception services are also available for women with medical or family histories that put them at risk for pregnancy complications or for couples concerned about genetic conditions and disorders.
Bacak and his family reside in Hudson.