The Pavilion for Women at Texas Children's Hospital
  • Receive high-risk pregnancy care closer to home

    Visit one of our community maternal fetal medicine clinics in the Houston area

    Maternal fetal medicine physicians at our community MFM clinics located in The Woodlands, Northwest Houston, West Houston, Sugar Land, Baytown and the Methodist Hospital will help you manage your high-risk pregnancy. If you’d like to receive care at one of our clinics, ask your physician to complete a referral form.

    Our MFM clinics offer a flexible model of obstetric care

    Referring OB/GYNs collaborate with MFM clinic physicians

    Physicians at our clinics can consult with your referring OB/GYN, co-manage your care with your OB/GYN or provide you with total obstetrical care.

    You can deliver your baby in a community hospital

    Our clinics provide consultative care closer to your neighborhood so you can deliver your baby in a community hospital under the care of your primary OB/GYN.

    Your physician has access to Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women MFM services

    Direct access to specialized care

    The Pavilion for Women is the primary location for maternal fetal medicine services. Our community MFM clinics offer an extension of that care. Your OB/GYN has direct access to specialized services at the Pavilion for Women should you and your newborn need it.

    Texas Children’s Fetal Center and Texas Children’s Newborn Center

    Our clinics can fast-track your referring physician’s access to the renowned Texas Children’s Fetal Center  and Newborn Center, where expert neonatologists and other specialists can provide you and your baby with advanced care.

    We provide advanced care, counseling and diagnostic services

    Management of health issues

    MFM physicians at our community clinics and the Pavilion for Women can provide you with advanced care for health issues such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease.

    Specialized services

    Our MFM services include nutritional counseling, genetic counseling and testing, 3D/4D ultrasound, first-trimester screening and neonatal transport services.

    Previous pregnancy concerns

    If your previous pregnancy resulted in preterm labor, multiple births, pre-eclampsia, a genetic disorder or a birth defect, our MFM physicians will help you manage any high-risk health issues you may face during your current pregnancy.

    Learn more about the physicians providing services at our community MFM clinics.