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This is love before first sight.

The Brazos Valley Pavilion

Advanced Healthcare for Women

Our new facility at College Station Hospital provides the latest medical resources, including a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and a partnership with Texas Children's Hospital that allows us to care for more babies locally when they need specialized treatment.

We offer solid science — wrapped in warmth, compassion, and love. Perfectly designed for women and their babies.

  • Partnership With Texas Children's Hospital
  • 13 Private NICU Rooms
  • OB Hospitalist Program
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Partnership
  • Gynecology and Robotic Gynecology Services

Now Open at College Station Hospital

All our current patients will be able to continue to see their same physicians at this new location. With more room and more resources, this expansion into The Brazos Valley Pavilion means the most innovative care will not only be close — it'll be close to home.

Now Offering In-Person Classes

Pregnancy is a journey unlike any you've experienced before, so our team at St. Joseph Health offers new parent education classes for free. With topics ranging from preparing for childbirth to newborn care to breastfeeding, you're sure to find a course that fits your needs. Register today.

Perspectives From The Pavilion: Hear From Our Team

Frequently Asked Questions

Patient registration has not changed with our move, and you will still need to pre-register about two to three months before your delivery date. Patients can pre-register here.

The Brazos Valley Pavilion for Women is on the third floor at College Station Hospital. Access to the Pavilion is via the South Elevators in the Outpatient Surgery entrance. Mothers coming to the hospital to deliver should use this entry. However, during late hours and on weekends, please use the Emergency Department entrance. Visitors and caregivers should use the Outpatient Surgery entrance.

We are working with a local photographer to offer newborn photography services soon.

Yes, we support low-intervention birthing for expectant mothers at St. Joseph Health. The low-intervention birthing environment is available in all of our labor and delivery rooms at our new location. For more information, please contact our Maternity Services team.

Yes, our lactation consultant visits all patients after their delivery and during their stay with us. In addition, we offer lactation classes through our Healthy Communities office. Learn more here

Yes, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas offers the same programs, Family Rooms, and Happy Wheels Cart in both of our hospitals. These services will remain available to our patients.

Unfortunately, having this service at both hospitals is not feasible. Therefore, all women's services, including maternity, gynecology, and pediatrics, are now only available at our College Station Hospital.

We have 13 private NICU beds for newborns born at 26 weeks and above, with additional space for Well Babies. Our NICU services and capabilities are partnered with Texas Children's Hospital, which allows us to care for more babies locally when they need specialized treatment.

Patients are allowed one designated visitor approved by the Labor & Delivery team. A visitor pass will be provided by the L&D staff daily. NICU visitation only allows visitors who have been pre-approved by the NICU staff. Contact the NICU for more information at 979-764-5242.