Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and resource services to meet the unique healthcare needs of women of all ages. Our services in obstetrics and gynecological care include minimally invasive surgery, high-risk pregnancy care, neonatology, breast health services, prevention, and education, and through partnership with our affiliated board-certified physicians at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth and our skilled nursing staff , we are able to take care of our patients’ specialized needs close to home.
For more information, a physician referral or to schedule a visit, contact us at (713) 222-CARE (2273).
Classes and Support Groups at Memorial Hermann Katy
To prepare for your bundle of joy, Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital is proud to offer a range of excellent learning opportunities for expectant mothers and their families. We encourage you to register for classes as soon as possible because classes are prone to filling quickly, though ensure class is completed during your third trimester. Class topics include: prepared childbirth, breastfeeding, newborn care, sibling class and a tour of our facility. To learn more about our classes, visit our classes and education page.
Labor and Delivery
Delivering more than 2,000 babies annually, Memorial Hermann Katy provides individualized and compassionate care to meet the unique cultural, spiritual, emotional and physical needs of the mother, infant and family. It is our goal to make every childbirth experience as memorable, safe and positive as possible. Private, spacious state-of-the-art labor and delivery suites feature superior quality and clinical equipment that provide comfortable, homelike amenities to make your childbirth experience as convenient and comfortable as possible. Operating rooms are located nearby for cesarean deliveries where affiliated obstetricians and anesthesiologists are available around the clock.
After your delivery, you’ll enjoy our family-centered care model, which features rooming-in, allowing you and your family to spend special time with your new baby. During certain hours, breastfeeding support is available in-house to support you with your breast feeding needs.
Postpartum - Mother-Baby Unit
The Mother-baby unit provides a quiet environment where you, your baby and your family can continue with the bonding process. Through couplet care, you and your baby will be cared for by the same nurses in your own private room. Having your baby at your bedside allows you to respond promptly to your baby’s needs and assists with successful breastfeeding. We practice couplet care unless your baby needs specialized attention in our NICU.
Your mother-baby experience includes a beautiful suite that includes a place for your birth partner to stay overnight, personalized one-on-one education with a certified nurse for the care of you and your baby, cable TV and DVD players in every room, high-speed Internet access to communicate with your friends and family, and one-on-one breastfeeding support from our Certified Lactation Consultants.
Breastfeeding can be one of the most beneficial things you do for your baby, but often is a challenging process. In addition to providing a special time of bonding, breastfeeding reduces your child’s risk of infections while helping your body recover from the stress of pregnancy, labor and delivery. We have our own certified lactation consultants that provide guidance by educating parents in a one-on-one setting throughout your hospital stay. If you still have some questions once you get home, need outpatient consultation visits or need to rent a breast pump, please contact our Lactaction Consultants at (281) 644-7345.
You can rest assured that Memorial Hermann Katy is prepared for both routine and high-risk pregnancies. Our Antepartum unit is available for inpatient care for women who experience complications with their pregnancy and require 24-hour management and monitoring to safely delivery your baby. This unit is equipped to provide a full complement of tests during pregnancy to monitor you and your baby’s heart rate and other signs of fetal wellbeing. Should you and your baby need this specialized care during your pregnancy, we offer a wide range of prenatal diagnostic testing and high-risk pregnancy services, through our partnership with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth and the High Risk Pregnancy / Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic.
To help you be better prepared for what to expect, Memorial Hermann Katy offers you a free booklet via download of A New Beginning, Your Personal Guide to Postpartum Care available anytime throughout your pregnancy or after. This booklet will help you understand how to care for yourself and your baby after birth. The more knowledge you have, the more likely you will approach your personal journey with confidence and a positive perspective. Topics include:
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
If your child has a medical condition or is born prematurely, Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital’s Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is equipped to provide specialized care to meet the baby’s special needs. All care is directed and monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by board-certified neonatologists and dedicated staff providing the services your baby may need.
Memorial Hermann’s Hospital System provides varying level of neonatal intensive care series in each of its facilities. If a higher level of care is required, our Children’s Transport team composed of specially trained nurses and affiliated neonatal intensive care physicians is prepared to transport newborn babies to Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Texas Medical Center, offering a Level IV NICU, the highest level of care available for premature or critically ill newborns.
High Risk Pregnancy Clinic / Maternal Fetal Medicine
Through our partnership with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, we have affiliated providers who have advanced training in Maternal-Fetal medicine available to provide care right in your community. Our Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic offers a range of prenatal diagnostic testing and high-risk pregnancy services, including:
- Noninvasive prenatal testing
- First trimester screenings
- Genetic counseling
- Carrier screenings
- Pre-pregnancy counseling
- Specialized fetal care such as diagnosis and testing for fetal anomalies and multi-fetal pregnancies (twins or more)
- Specialized maternal care for mothers with medical disorders and prior complicated pregnancies
- Specialized care for disorders of pregnancy such as short cervix, preterm labor, diabetes and hypertensive disorders
- Diagnostic testing includes comprehensive and targeted fetal ultrasound, chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis, fetal biophysical profile, non-stress tests, umbilical artery Doppler studies, DNA and enzyme analysis and specialized laboratory diagnostics.
- If a higher level of maternal or fetal care is needed, patients will be co-managed with the specialized team at The Fetal Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, located in the Texas Medical Center.
Please consult with your OB/GYN to schedule any maternal-fetal medicine services you may require.
Clinic Hours and Location
Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic services are available Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and are available 24 hour, 7 days a week, for inpatient consultations with your primary OB/GYN.
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital
Medical Plaza Building I
23920 Katy Freeway, Suite 305
Katy, TX 77494
Contact us at: (281) 644-7930