Anjali Kaimal, MD, MAS is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Associate Professor in the Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology and Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is Chief of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Director of the MFM Fellowship, and Obstetric Director of the Multidisciplinary Fetal Care Program.
She sees patients both at the Main Campus in Boston and in the MGH Danvers office every week. Dr. Kaimal sees women for ultrasound, prenatal diagnosis, and MFM consultation as well as caring for women on Labor and Delivery and the Antepartum Service at MGH.
Dr. Kaimal's research program is focused on the definition, design, execution, and dissemination of evidence-based, patient-centered interventions to improve the quality and effectiveness of obstetric care, particularly regarding mode of delivery and interventions during pregnancy such as induction of labor, prenatal testing, and medications for management of medical complications. She is currently the site principal investigator for an NIH funded trial to optimize shared decision making regarding mode of delivery after cesarean. She serves on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Committee on OB Practice Bulletins as well as the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Education Committee.