Select Your Obstetrician and Pediatrician
Making an informed choice optimizes your and your baby’s health care, and encourages a supportive, mutual and long-term relationship. Once you find out you are pregnant, the first step is to find an obstetrician; finding a pediatrician for your baby prior to delivery is also an important decision Good prenatal care is very important to assure that you are your baby are healthy through pregnancy, delivery and beyond.
If you do not yet have an OB/GYN or pediatrician, call the Covenant Physician Finder Line (806-725-6421), the Covenant Prenatal Care Center (806-725-7625) or search for a provider using our directory.
The Prenatal Care Center provides comprehensive prenatal care under a certified family Nurse Practitioner. This provider works with the premier obstetricians of Covenant Medical Group to provide the best personalized care for you and your baby, with decreased wait times.
The Clinic is conveniently located in Suite 303 in the Medical Office Building next to Covenant Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The Prenatal Care Center accepts most commercial insurance plans, Texas Medicaid and self-funded patients. Call 806-725-7625 for more information.
The safety of you and your baby is our utmost priority. Our Obstetric (OB) Hospitalist program is made up of board-certified, highly experienced obstetricians in our community who have the patient’s birthing experience and safety as their primary goal.
This program ensures a dedicated obstetrician is on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle deliveries or intervene with other emergencies. The OB Hospitalist works closely with your private physician, our highly-trained nursing team and the neonatologists at Covenant NICU. Should any problem arise with you or your baby, our skilled team is ready to care for you.
Board-certified anesthesiologists are also on-site 24/7 to meet your pain management needs.
If needed, our newborn hospitalists are available to assist your pediatrician in the care of your baby during your hospital stay. Newborn hospitalists are physicians who specialize in newborn care in the hospital setting and do not have private-practice patients. These physicians are board-certified and have continued training in caring for the smallest of hospitalized patients.
The benefits of hospitalist care include enhanced communication and quality outcomes, more time for your pediatrician to spend with patients in the clinic setting, and more efficient hospital services.