Women's & Children's Services
Our team of women’s health specialists is dedicated to providing care that addresses your special needs. Our services are provided in a warm and inviting atmosphere where you can relax and feel good about taking time to take care of yourself.
Women’s Health Center
At the Allegiance Women’s Health Center, our staff understands and appreciates the unique needs of women. Our clinical services include digital mammograms, osteoporosis screenings and clinical breast exams, as well as classes designed to promote your health and well-being. Additionally, we now offer complete Well Woman Visits.
The Stork Club focuses on helping families learn more about pregnancy, and prepare for childbirth, baby care, postpartum care and much more. Additional offerings include Childbirth Preparation, Breastfeeding, Super Sibs (for brothers- and sisters-to-be) and New Dads. We even have a Grandparent Gathering to help grandma and grandpa learn how childbirth has changed. Grandparents are also given opportunities to discuss their roles in caring for the new grandchild. Learn more about the Stork Club.
Family Birthing Center
The Family Birthing Center's warm and comforting atmosphere will help you to have the best possible birthing experience. Our compassionate doctors, midwives and nurses will provide you with exceptional family-centered care. Learn more about the Family Birthing Center.
Breastfeeding & Lactation Consultation
We offer a breastfeeding class for parents through the Stork Club. We recommend parents-to-be attend this class three months prior to your baby’s due date. Learn more about our Breastfeeding Program and Lactation Support.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Clinic
The Allegiance Health Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic provides specialized maternity care for mothers experiencing an “at risk” pregnancy. Our partnership with perinatologists from Integrated Health Associates (IHA) allows women with high-risk factors to remain in the community for their care. Perinatologists from IHA counsel patients, and provide care recommendations for their primary obstetrician. Learn more about the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Clinic.