At The Women’s Center at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital, caring for women of all ages has always been a priority. The affiliated team takes a patient-centered approach to delivering advanced heart, bone and breast care, as well as providing a broad range of gynecology, obstetric and neonatal services, including fertility services, urogynecology, high-risk pregnancy, labor and delivery, menopause care, pelvic floor health and neonatal intensive care. As a leading obstetric hospital, our labor and delivery unit provides mom and baby with a full range of specialized, comfortable care, including high-risk obstetrical and neonatal care within the same facility.

As a Level IV Maternal Facility, which denotes the highest level of care as designated by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital provides comprehensive care for both mom and baby. Our affiliated team provides care for pregnant and postpartum patients with low-risk conditions to the most complex issues as well as high-quality care for their babies. With the capability to provide cardiovascular and neuroscience specialty services as well as on-site access to a comprehensive range of medical and maternal subspecialists, patients are cared for by teams with expertise in caring for highly complex maternal patients throughout their labor and delivery journey.

Each woman’s health needs are unique, and our affiliated team is deeply committed to personalizing care for our patients, advancing treatment options and providing health education to the community.

About the Women’s Center

Labor & Delivery

Over 4,400 babies are delivered at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital last year. Private, state-of-the art labor and delivery suites feature superior clinical equipment, in addition to amenities for your convenience and comfort. The staff is trained to care for all childbirth needs, including high-risk obstetrics.

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Newborn & Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital is home to 1 of 4 Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Texas, which denotes the highest level of care, designated by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). As a Level IV NICU, our facility is capable of caring for babies born as early as 23 weeks and has a full range of pediatric medical and surgical specialists as well as affiliated pediatric anesthesiologists available onsite.

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The Fetal Center

The Fetal Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital is a leader in providing prenatal diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive care for babies with congenital anomalies or genetic conditions. The Fetal Center offers a complete range of prenatal testing and intervention along with a coordinated program for mother and child, where affiliated physicians from all service lines stand ready to provide treatment to both mother and baby before, during and after birth.

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Obstetrics & GYN

The Women’s Center offers comprehensive, specialized gynecology services that range from diagnosis and prevention to treatment and management. We combine state-of-the-art equipment and techniques with highly skilled physicians, nurses and staff to deliver patient-focused care that is sensitive to and respectful of the unique issues women face.

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Maternal Fetal Medicine

Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital and affiliated team with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston offers help to patients with high-risk obstetrical problems. Weather the patient starts with a high-risk pregnancy or develops a high-risk pregnancy, our affiliated team is able to customize treatment plans to meet every patient’s needs.

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Obstetric Anesthesia

At the Women’s Center, the affiliated team provides comprehensive, specialized care to help keep mothers and their babies safe and comfortable before, during and after delivery. With our partners in the Division of Obstetric Anesthesiology at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston, the Women’s Center earned the Center of Excellence designation from the Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology (SOAP) in 2022 – an achievement that recognizes excellence in obstetric anesthesia care.

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Patient Stories

  • patient emory smiling with mom

    Expecting Emory: A Mother's Journey Through Pregnancy, COVID-19, and Recovery

    October 23, 2023

    This was the case for Jessica Harris-Wiltz, 38, when she became pregnant in 2019. Little did she know that her pregnancy would take place during the global COVID-19 pandemic and lead to a life-threatening situation for her and her baby during an already high-risk pregnancy.

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  • patient in swing

    Maggie’s Story: Seeking Out Highly Specialized Care for Placenta Accreta

    January 17, 2023

    “My doctor and I decided together to monitor it and follow up with another scan in a few weeks,” Maggie said. “I was so nervous after I first learned about my diagnosis, so I started doing all of this research on my own, and that’s when I first came across The Fetal ...

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  • Patient Brielle Grace with pacifier

    Brielle Grace’s Story: A Micro-Preemie’s Incredible Story of Survival

    October 18, 2022

    At the time, Shamesia was only 18 weeks along. Although their baby’s heartbeat was strong, the amniotic fluid was too low for the baby’s lungs to develop during the critical period between 16 to 20 weeks’ gestation

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  • patient Kayla Perry

    Kayla’s Story: Overcoming Health Challenges and a High-Risk Pregnancy

    September 12, 2022

    Kayla’s pregnancy was considered high risk because she had several pre-existing medical conditions including gestational diabetes, high blood pressure and lupus, an inflammatory autoimmune disorder. Since she had gastric sleeve surgery, that also elevated h...

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  • Sutton with her toys

    Memorial Hermann Team Improves Outcomes for Pregnant Mother With High-Risk Complications Due to Gestational Diabetes and Preeclampsia

    April 14, 2022

    Almost 4 years after her daughter, Sutton, was born, Joymesha Jones recalls her pregnancy, along with its challenges, like it was yesterday. As a 35-year-old expectant mother, her first and second trimesters flew by right on track. She knew about the potential risks due to her weight, but o...

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  • After 2 months in the NICU, Laila is a healthy baby

    Improving the Long-Term Outcomes for Expectant Mothers With Pregnancy Related Complications

    April 4, 2022

    During Black Maternal Health Week, we want to spotlight Ronnie Fisher, who despite several challenges throughout her pregnancy, had a safe delivery and recently welcomed a beautiful baby girl into this world.

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  • Tonjanic and family

    Pregnant Mother Placed on Bedrest at 14 Weeks Delivers Twin Rainbow Babies at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital

    April 14, 2019

    After a heartbreaking loss of her first baby at 19 weeks’ gestation in 2017, Tonjanic Hill, 31, was excited but apprehensive when she became pregnant again two years later…with not one baby, but two! She understood that it wouldn’t be an easy road, and in her second trimester, ...

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  • Sailors Family

    Pregnant after 40: Jennifer’s Story

    January 8, 2018

    As fall of 2011 approached, Jennifer Sailors was 40 years old and in the prime of her life. Between working and having a family, Jennifer was busy, but she was used to that. Then one day, she realized she was feeling run-down. “I thought, gosh I’m really tired,” she remembers. &...

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  • Elizabeth Andrew

    Lizzy’s NICU Stay: The Bright Spot in a Dark Cloud

    December 7, 2017

    Meghann had planned a natural home birth for her first child, Elizabeth Caroline (“Lizzy”). When she started having abdominal pains at 23 weeks, her midwife ordered lab tests that came back normal. A week before Lizzy was born on January 18, 2013, severe abdominal pain sent Meghann to...

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  • Mackenzie Wysong

    Mackenzie's Story: A Ray of Sunshine

    Mackenzie Wysong’s positive attitude and cheery outlook make the difference in how she approaches life and its challenges.

    Mackenzie had only been living in Houston a little more than a year when she received a breast cancer diagnosis in 2013.

    Mackenzie made up her mind to hav...

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6411 Fannin
Hermann Pavilion 5th floor
Houston, TX 77030

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