Dr. Susan Davidson practices Maternal Fetal Medicine at St Marys Hospital Medical Center and is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Family Practice at UW-Madison.
Dr. Davidson founded the Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison after she recognized that their Birth Center program was incomplete without expanded services for women with at-risk pregnancies. She also helped plan the Dean & St. Mary’s Women and Children’s Comprehensive Clinical Center, providing coordinated and holistic health care for women and children throughout their lifespan.
Dr. Davidson has spoken across Wisconsin on obstetrical issues. Her experience in high-risk obstetrics has led to her passion for understanding how environmental impacts affect pregnancy. She is a member of the Council on Birth Defect Prevention and Surveillance for Wisconsin, which is charged with making recommendations to the Department of Health Services (DHS) regarding the Wisconsin Birth Defects Registry (WBDR).