Congratulations! You’re pregnant!
At Seven Oaks Women’s Center, we are excited about and committed to making your pregnancy experience as enjoyable and stress free as possible. All of our physicians are board certified or board eligible and together have delivered thousands of babies to the women of San Antonio and the surrounding communities of south Texas and the Hill Country. We manage them all: routine and high risk, singleton and multiples, naturally occurring and those of reproductive assistance, young mothers and women of advanced maternal age, first time moms and mothers of many. We also work with Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists in the co-management of certain conditions to assure you will receive the best care possible.
So no matter the circumstances of your current or future pregnancy, you can be confident that you will receive comprehensive and personalized care from the physicians and staff of Seven Oaks Women’s Center. Let our experience and expertise help you through this most exciting part of your life!
Go to our ultrasounds page to get more information on how we use our state of the art sonography in the management of your pregnancy. And look at samples of the 3D/4D sonograms available at Seven Oaks Women's Center!
We also perform Screenings for Anemia and Gestational Diabetes.
If you are currently pregnant, please refer to the Seven Oaks Women's Center Prenatal Handbook you received from our office at your initial visit. It contains helpful information about a variety of important topics concerning pregnancy. As always, call your physician or our office if you have any questions or problems.
To get more information about all the services available at Methodist Hospital, go to their website: Special Delivery Methodist Hospital. This is where you'll find out how to pre-register, sign up for prenatal classes, see tours of the hospital and sign up for the Woman's Plus program.
New Parking and Entrance for Labor and Delivery Patients
Methodist is embarking on extensive renovations which, of course, means extensive construction. As such, there will be a new entrance into the hospital, as well as parking, for our labor and delivery patients for the next couple of years. You can find complete details via this link.
Let us know about your experience. We look forward to hearing from you.