Women's Health & Maternity FAQs

We understand you may have questions or concerns surrounding our women’s services moving to St. Joseph Health College Station Hospital. If you can’t find an answer to your question, feel free to contact our team.

No changes related to billing or insurance are expected as a result of this move. Both locations currently accept all of the same insurance products.

Patients who are now going to deliver at College Station Hospital will still need to pre-register. Registration forms can be found online at CHIStJoseph.org.

More information about how to access the maternity unit and women’s services will be available as construction is complete. The unit will move to the third floor at College Station Hospital. Access will be available via the South Elevators in the Outpatient Surgery waiting area.

Yes, we are working with all physicians and providers on medical staff who care for our patients who utilize women’s services. Physicians and their office staff will receive detailed information for their patients as well. As our operational plans become more solidified, we will update patients and physician offices.

Yes, Mom365 will also make this move and be available at College Station Hospital.

Yes, low-intervention birthing will still be supported for expectant mothers at St. Joseph Health.

Yes, we will continue to offer the same resources and care that our patients are accustomed to getting at Regional Hospital in Bryan.

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 still be available.

Our Level II NICU accreditation will remain, and we will continue our relationship with Texas Children’s Hospital neonatologists, who care for our newborns both in the well-baby nursery and the NICU. We are currently working toward our Level III NICU accreditation.

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