The Pavilion for Women at Texas Children's Hospital
    • Texas Children’s Fetal Center™ Blog

      Keep up with the revolutionary things we're doing in advanced fetal diagnoses. Read more

    • Leaders in fetal medicine

      We perform interventions in the state-of-the-art Texas Children's Pavilion for Women, adjacent to the Level IV NICU in Texas Children's Hospital.

    • Right from the start

      Find out how Texas Children's Fetal Center gave these twins the best possible start – before they were born. Read more.

    • Innovative fetal surgery

      We were first in the southern U.S. to successfully perform open fetal surgery for congenital lung malformations.

  • Texas Children’s Fetal Center™

    Our physicians can provide your unborn child with the most advanced diagnosis and fetal intervention available.
    We are reachable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 832-822-2229.

    Our approach to care

    We provide comprehensive care to meet the needs of pregnant women, fetuses and newborns in a new model we call family-centered care.

    Fetal diagnostics

    Fatal birth defects can be detected before birth because of the world-class imaging and diagnostics available at Texas Children's Fetal Center. 

    Fetal therapies

    Texas Children's Fetal Center is one of only a few worldwide to offer the full spectrum of fetal therapies with our established expertise in fetal surgery and other types of multidisciplinary care.

    News

    Follow the Texas Children's Fetal Center's latest breakthroughs and advancements.

    Becoming a patient

    Patients are referred to the Fetal Center from across the nation and around the world for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of fetal abnormalities.

    Conditions we treat

    A vast range of conditions can be treated before birth because of the expertise in all types of fetal abnormalities at the Fetal Center. 

    Our team

    Care at Texas Children's Fetal Center is a collaboration of a multidisciplinary team of experts. 

    Publications

    Articles authored by physicians at Texas Children’s Fetal Center have contributed to the diagnosis and treatment of many fetal anomalies.