Memorial Hermann Sugar Land offers compassionate care for women of all ages. Our board-certified specialists are experts in obstetrics, gynecology, urology, cardiology, and bone and breast health, making us leaders in women's wellness.
Our continuum of care doesn't end with child birth. We also offer comprehensive care for children of all ages. And Children's Memorial Hermann Sugar Land is the only dedicated pediatric Emergency Center in Fort Bend County.
Modern care is part of every aspect of labor and delivery at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land.
The comforting environment includes:
Our private labor and delivery rooms feature superior quality in addition to amenities for convenience and comfort. After your delivery, you’ll enjoy our Family Life Center where you and your newborn will receive individualized nursing care. Other services include:
You can rest assured that The Birthing Center at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land is prepared for both routine births and high-risk pregnancies.
Our caring staff is trained to care for all childbirth needs, including high-risk obstetrics. Should you need specialized care during your pregnancy, we offer a range of a prenatal diagnostic testing and high-risk pregnancy services. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land has partnered with The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston to provide a Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic on campus. Services available to high-risk obstetrical patients include:
Please consult your OB/GYN physician to schedule any maternal-fetal medicine services you may require.
Diagnostic testing includes comprehensive and targeted fetal ultrasound, amniocentesis, fetal biophysical profile, non-stress tests, umbilical artery Doppler studies, DNA and enzyme analysis and specialized laboratory diagnostics.
Maternal-fetal medicine services are available during the week from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
For more information, please call (281) 725-5325.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital was again designated as a Texas Ten Step facility by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Members of the perinatal staff at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital pictured left to right are nurses Megan Oggero, Margaret Cotlar, Melissa Brunke, Jennifer Bernhardt, Julie Fonseca, Ann Kingrey and Susan Isaac.
The program encourages breastfeeding as the preferred feeding method for newborns and infants. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land has been designated a Texas Ten Step facility since 2011. Based on the World Health Organization (WHO)/UNICEF’s Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, the program aims to assist birth facility’s support of breastfeeding mothers before, during, and after delivery. It also encourages them to identify breastfeeding resources for the mother after she is discharged, and assists facilities in improving on national performance measures such as the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) Breastfeeding Report Card.
To help you be better prepared for what to expect, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land offers you a free booklet via download of Your Guide to Postpartum and Newborn 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: