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Peter D. Wall, MD

Patient Ratings

4.7 / 5 (Based on 32 Ratings)


Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Conditions Treated

gestational diabetes, cervical insufficiency, diabetes management during pregnancy, fetal complications, high blood pressure during pregnancy, hypertension during pregnancy, management of multiple gestation, maternal complications, preeclampsia, pregnancy complications, preterm labor, prior preterm birth, thromboembolism, thrombophilia, and high risk pregnancy

Procedures Performed

amniocentesis, cervical cerclage, cesarean delivery, chorionic villus sampling, pregnancy ultrasound, fetal non-stress test, and prenatal testing

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-899-2200
  • Fax: 425-899-2210







Board Certification

Board Certified in Maternal Fetal Medicine
Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology


Dr. Peter Wall's interests include maternal complications of pregnancy, diagnosis of fetal abnormalities, preterm birth prevention.

Medical School

George Washington University School of Medicine | Washington, DC


Geisinger Medical Center | Danville, PA


University of Rochester | Rochester, NY


March 24, 2021
Dr. Wall addressed all my concerns thoughtfully and offered lots of helpful recommendations. Great care!
February 10, 2021
Dr. Wall is a step above most doctors. He's honest, caring & understanding I wouldn't go to anyone else for high risk pregnancy. He's the best.
January 27, 2021
Dr. Wall was gentle, kind, approachable, and frank.
September 28, 2020
Dr. Wall shows concern about my blood work and he already recommended me to do certain treatment if have to and give us time to think through it.
June 10, 2020
Dr. Wall is truly amazing! He had a huge heart and loves his patients! Highly recommend him.
January 15, 2020
It's hard to rate "the care provider" because I had 3 different ones, and the one that showed me into the room was awful, while the others were friendly. It still would have been nice, though, to have the ultrasound tech ask me if I wanted gendered language written on the screen just because I asked for physical anatomy to be confirmed. Or to even ask "do you have any special requests when it comes to babies body or anatomy?" It would have given me space to assert what I wanted, since I was already feeling anxious from the previous interaction with the nurse who showed me to my room.