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Emily Reiff, MD
Dr. Emily Reiff is a maternal fetal medicine physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), specializing in high-risk obstetrics, and a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Reiff completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at BWH and Massachusetts General Hospital, and a fellowship in maternal fetal medicine at Duke University. She currently sees pregnant patients in the maternal fetal medicine offices at BWH in Boston and Foxboro, and performs consultations in the Center for Fetal Medicine. Academically, she is interested in care redesign through quality improvement initiatives. She lives in Wellesley with her husband and daughter.