(February 26, 2020 – Bryan, TX) St. Joseph Health will move women’s and pediatric services to College Station Hospital, located at 1604 Rock Prairie Road, previously College Station Medical Center. This move will occur sometime in the summer of 2020. Women’s services consists of labor & delivery, post-partum, nursery and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), in-pediatric care and gynecological services. All will move from Regional Hospital (Bryan) to College Station Hospital. By transitioning these services to College Station Hospital, St. Joseph Health can offer patients and their families a more comforting environment. The location allows convenient parking and easier access to the facility. With this move, St. Joseph Health will expand the space and privacy of our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to all-private NICU rooms. Private NICU rooms improve the safety of our tiniest patients by limiting exposure and providing a better experience for patient and family visitation. This also creates a more soothing healing environment. Our Level II NICU accreditation will remain and we will continue the existing relationship with Texas Children’s Hospital Neonatologists, who care for our newborns, both in the nursery and the NICU. “We believe everyone deserves access to quality, affordable care, and services, and this change aligns with our mission of emphasizing human dignity and social justice while creating healthier communities,” said Theron Park, President and CEO of St. Joseph Health. “We will continue to care for the most vulnerable in our communities, but by moving this service to College Station Hospital, we improve accessibility of it. As with anything we do regarding patient care, we kept our mission and values at the forefront of this decision.” This also increases space and growth opportunities at Regional Hospital in Bryan, allowing St. Joseph Health to offer new services to the community. For more information, please visit CHIStJoseph.org/womens for more information. ### St. Joseph Health is comprised of five hospitals across the Brazos Valley, including Regional Hospital in Bryan-College Station and St. Joseph Health – College Station Hospital (formerly College Station Medical Center). St. Joseph Health is home to a Level II Major Trauma Center, the highest in the region. St. Joseph Health is an academic and clinical partner of Texas A&M Health Science Center. Together, the St. Joseph and Texas A&M Health Network includes over 100 employed primary care physicians, specialists and advanced practice clinicians. As an active member of the Brazos Valley, St. Joseph Health is a leader in providing compassionate care as well as addressing the overall health of the community. It is part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) which recently joined with Dignity Health to form CommonSpirit Health, a new nonprofit national health system committed to advancing the health of all people and dedicated to serving the common good. Learn more about St. Joseph Health at CHIStJoseph.org.