Women's Services

Women's Services

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    General Information:
    Physician Referral:
    Advanced Maternal and Newborn Institute:
    Maternal Transport Team:
    Parent Education:
    L&D Pre-admission:
    Birth Certificate Office:
    Breast Pump Rental:
    Outpatient Lactation Clinic:
    Women's Wellness Center:

      Women's Services

      Medical City Women's is uniquely equipped to handle the distinct medical needs of women at all stages of life, from family planning to delivering babies, gynecological care to breast cancer treatment, and menopause management to osteoporosis solutions. More than answers, we offer compassion and excellent care.

      With a dedicated pediatric hospital on the very same campus, Medical City is the only hospital in North Texas where a mother facing a high-risk pregnancy can deliver her baby in the same facility that can treat and attend to all the critical needs of both mom and baby.

      Exceptional Maternal Care

      • We were the first hospital in North Texas to be recognized as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for excellence in nursing care
      • We offer a Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by board-certified neonatologists
      • Physicians are onsite 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide complete anesthesia care in Labor and Delivery
      • Our board-certified perinatologists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to consult on high-risk pregnancies
      • We created the first North Texas donor site for Texas Cord Blood Bank

      Moms Love Medical City

      Landon TapellaJacqueline Tapella was 42-weeks pregnant with her first child when she had to be induced for a C-section at Medical City Dallas Hospital in June 2011. "I had a really great experience," Jacqueline said. "We just felt very well taken care of."

      Amy Smith loved her obstetrician and her first delivery experience at Medical City she chose to have her second daughter at the hospital a year and a half later. "I don’t feel like I’m just another patient," Smith said.

      Maternal Transport

      Maternal TransportMedical City Women’s has a Maternal Transport Team dedicated to providing a prompt and efficient transport for patients with high-risk pregnancies. This team is staffed with highly-skilled and obstetrically-trained registered nurses with advanced education as transport nurses. This service provides transport via ambulance, helicopter or airplane featuring a self-contained mobile intensive care environment. The maternal transport focuses on keeping a high-risk baby in the mother’s womb by extending pregnancy while moving mom to a higher level of care. Medical City has a team of obstetricians, anesthesiologists and neonatologists in house 24/7 to care for the high-risk mom and baby upon arrival. Medical City is currently the only hospital in North Texas where a mother facing a high-risk pregnancy can deliver her baby and stay together to be treated all under one roof.

      Parent Education

      At Medical City, specialized nurses and educators teach our parent education classes to guide expectant moms and dads through the various physical and emotional experiences that accompany childbirth. Classes include preparation for childbirth for first-time parents, Lamaze, Cesarean section, breastfeeding, pre-natal yoga, daddy boot camp and more. Contact parent education at 972-566-7153, or email stephanie.howard@hcahealthcare.com.

      OB Emergency Department

      The Medical City OB Emergency department provides care for OB emergency medical conditions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on an urgent basis without requiring a previously scheduled appointment. The OBED is always staffed by OB hospitalists to provide immediate care for a medical emergency or labor.

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        Suite A-307
        Dallas, TX 75230

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        Pavilion II, Suite 310
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      • 4001 W. 15th Street
        Suite 280
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        Colon & Rectal Specialists of Dallas
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        Suite 120
        Dallas, TX 75229

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        Suite A-321
        Dallas, TX 75230

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        Suite 306
        Dallas, TX 75231

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        Suite C-614
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        Suite 436
        Plano, TX 75093

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        Suite A-321
        Plano, TX 75093

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        Suite 307
        Dallas, TX 75230

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        Suite 125
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