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Fetal Center - Intake and Clinical Coordinators
Angel Krueger, R.N.Angel Krueger has been a registered nurse for 17 years and has been at Texas Children’s Hospital since 1998. Prior to working in the Fetal Center, she provided care for patients and families with acute and chronic renal disease. Her primary responsibility at the Texas Children’s Fetal Center is the care of mothers and their families with a prenatal diagnosis of spina bifida and other congenital anomalies.
Laura Mollett, R.N.Laura Mollett has been a registered nurse for more than 10 years. Her primary responsibility is to facilitate the coordination of a multidisciplinary plan of care to a select group of patients, mothers and families with the diagnosis of twin-twin transfusion syndrome and various fetal anomalies. She also works closely with the Program for Multiples helping mothers develop a customized plan for their pregnancy.
Jayme Molohon, R.N., B.S.N. Jayme Molohon joined the Fetal Center after working several years as a high-risk labor and delivery nurse. Her major responsibility at Texas Children’s Fetal Center is the care of mothers and their families with a prenatal diagnosis of twin-twin transfusion syndrome and conditions requiring fetal intervention. Jayme works hard to devote her time to the happiness and care of new mothers and their children requiring fetal therapies.
Christine Moran, R.N., B.S.N.Christine Moran has been a registered nurse for more than 18 years. Prior to joining Texas Children's Fetal Center, she worked in labor and delivery and maternal-fetal medicine research. Her primary responsibility in the Fetal Center is coordinating the care of mothers with a prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease. Christine works closely with a multidisciplinary team to provide support to mothers and their families preparing for the birth of their child.
Debora Ybarra, M.S.N., R.N., C.C.R.N.Debora Ybarra started working in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Texas Children's Hospital in 1996. For more than 15 years, her practice focused on the care of critically ill pediatric and neonatal patients while working on the hospital's flight and ground transport teams. Some of her most rewarding experiences have been working with other nurses in underserved countries. Debora's primary responsibility at Texas Children's Fetal Center is the care of mothers and their families with a prenatal diagnosis of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), as well as other surgical, neurological and neurosurgical anomalies.