Our comprehensive suite of services treats women of any age, with any issue. We'll also help you coordinate every aspect of your health care. From bringing home a newborn to changes in your reproductive life, from colonoscopies to mammograms to psychiatric screenings, a designated nurse navigator will guide you through the entire process.
As mothers and grandmothers themselves, our nurses and physicians are passionate about their role in your life. New moms and their babies receive round-the-clock care from in-house physicians dedicated to women’s services. Two OB / GYN hospitalists (or hospital-based doctors), two neonatologists and two anesthesia providers are always on-site, not on-call.
If you have a high-risk pregnancy, you'll appreciate the range of specialists available to you and your little one, including pediatric respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, dietitians and ophthalmologists. This means your baby can stay here, where you are, and doesn't need to be transferred to another facility to receive the right level of care.
The Medical Center of Plano became the first Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Collin County. We offer inhaled nitric oxide, an advanced form of respiratory care, and our pediatric surgeons specializing in neonatal surgery can perform procedures at the bedside. We also promote family bonding and support through a variety of outreaches to NICU parents.
At The Medical Center of Plano, our work extends far beyond your stay in the hospital. We prepare you before, during, and after through an extensive selection of classes and support groups.
Technologies & Treatments
- Labor & Delivery
- Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Breast Care
- Post-Partum Suites
- Remote Fetal Heart Monitoring
- Skin-to-Skin Contact for C-section Patients
- Women's Services Specialists
- Women's Services Nurses