OB-GYN Care in Abilene, TX

From your first gynecology appointment through labor, delivery & postpartum care, we're here for you, through all of life's seasons. Request an appointment with a care provider today.


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Meet the OB-GYNs who are ready to care for you through all of life's seasons.

Meet our Providers


Meet the OB-GYNs that deliver at Abilene Regional Medical Center.


Educational Classes

We offer a variety of classes to prepare mothers before the birth of a child.

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Obstetric Care

Having a baby can be one of the most exciting and rewarding times in a woman's life, and Abilene Regional Medical Center is dedicated to providing expectant mothers and newborns with the finest care during this special time. Our maternity services are provided by obstetricians, labor and delivery specialists, nurses, lactation consultants, neonatologist and other caring professionals in a welcoming, comfortable environment.

You'll find a spectrum of care, from prenatal to post-partum, including high-risk pregnancy care and advanced labor and delivery services. Our care extends beyond delivery, with a range of educational resources for new parents.

At Abilene Regional Medical Center, we have 10 labor and delivery rooms with three beds for triage and recovery. Additionally, our mother/baby area has 21 private rooms that offer a chair/pull-out bed for our expectant fathers or other family members. Abilene Regional Medical Center also has a 16 bed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with 24 hour neonatology coverage.

Our birthing rooms are designed specifically to accommodate your needs, from admission to the initial postpartum period. For those new moms requiring cesarean sections, a fully-equipped operating room is just down the hall, within our locked unit. Following delivery, baby's first hours of life will be closely monitored by nursing staff and our team of pediatric physicians who will guide you - and your little one – along your journey. Our goal is for your baby to remain with you and your support person at bedside continuously for the duration of your stay. Studies show that “rooming-in” significantly increases the maternal-baby bond and increases parent awareness of baby’s needs.

The Golden Hour

The first hour after birth, known as the "Golden Hour," is a special time for baby and parents. This time is important for your baby's first feeding, as well as skin to skin contact and bonding. This time is reserved for you, your partner and your baby to get to know each other. Friends and family members do not participate in this special hour. We promote skin-to-skin contact and breastfeeding in the first hour of your baby’s life, as well as the hours and days to follow.

Gynecologic Care

Abilene Regional Medical Center offers complete gynecological care for women of all ages - from adolescence to menopause and every stage in between. We offer a full range of care, from annual pelvic and breast exams to treatment for urinary incontinence or reproductive issues.

From diagnostic and robotic-assisted surgical skills, to medical management of a wide range of women's health issues, we are committed to placing our patients' needs first.

Our OB-GYN services include:

  • Well woman exams
  • Mammography and breast care
  • Family planning and contraception
  • Infertility services
  • Prenatal care including high risk obstetrics
  • Postpartum care
  • Advanced pelvic and robot-assisted surgery options
  • Treatment of pelvic pain and endometriosis
  • Medical and/or surgical management of incontinence
  • Menopause management

Abilene Regional Medical Center's women's services doctors include gynecologists, obstetricians, gynecologic oncologists, urologists and reproductive endocrinologists. Doctors work closely with surgeons, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals to deliver comprehensive care that addresses a full range of OB-GYN health concerns.


Providing Covid-Safe Care

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking special precautions to keep our offices and other care environments safe for every patient. Learn more about the steps we are taking.