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Zika Care Connect includes the following types of healthcare professionals:
- Maternal fetal medicine specialist – A doctor who cares for women with complicated or high-risk pregnancies.
- Pediatric neurologist* – A doctor who cares for children with health problems affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles.
- Pediatric ophthalmologist* – A doctor who cares for children with eye problems, including problems with visual development.
- Developmental pediatrician – A doctor who specializes in the physical, emotional, behavioral, and social development of children.
- Infectious disease specialist* – A doctor who specializes in the diagnosis, control, and treatment of infections.
- Endocrinologist* – A doctor who specializes in the diagnosis, control, and treatment of diseases related to the endocrine glands and hormones.
- Radiologist* – A doctor who specializes in conducting and interpreting imaging tests, such as ultrasounds or magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs).
- Audiologist* – A healthcare professional who specializes in assessing hearing determining types of hearing loss.
- Mental health services – A healthcare professional who provides psychological counseling or therapy to help people deal with a variety of mental health problems.
- Care coordination – A professional who helps coordinate care among the different healthcare professionals needed to treat a medical condition.
*This includes providers who care for infants, whether or not their scope of practice is only focused on children.