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Women's Health

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine

Compassionate care for each phase of a woman's life

At Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine, we recognize the special healthcare needs of women throughout their lifetime. We combine advanced technology and specialized medicine with a patient-centered, family-oriented, multidisciplinary approach to ensure every woman receives quality care. Making positive differences is part of our philosophy.

Women's Services Include:

  • - Obstetrics
  • - Neonatal intensive care
  • - Gynecology
  • - Breast health
  • - Heart health
  • - Women's imaging
  • - Female cancers
  • - Parent education classes
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Women's services

We continue to expand our services to include a full-spectrum of obstetric and gynecologic care – delivered with compassion and dedication to quality women's healthcare. ​

  • Your Journey Through Pregnancy
  • What to expect when you get to the hospital
  • Admission Arrangements
  • Parent Education Services
  • Free Community Classes
  • Breastfeeding Support Group
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Your Journey Through Pregnancy

Congratulations! You're Pregnant. Now What?

You're pregnant and about to embark on an amazing journey of excitement, confusion and lots of changes. Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine is here to guide you through your pregnancy and reassure you that everything will be fine. We will help you understand the changes your body is going through and how your baby will grow during the next the 40 weeks.

Every pregnancy experience is different and we encourage you to discuss all your questions and concerns with your physician or healthcare provider

What to expect when you get to the hospital

You've made it to the hospital! Your bag is in hand, you're ready to deliver, and your family is waiting, what's next? When you arrive at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine you can expect these things to happen:

  • Enter the Labor and Delivery entrance and proceed to the 2nd floor using the elevator on your left. Please check in at the Labor and Delivery desk through the double doors. From 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., the front entrance is locked for security reasons. Press the button on the left side of the entrance to gain access into the building All visitors requiring access to the hospital after 9 p.m. must enter through the Emergency Department.
  • You will be given a hospital gown that opens down the back for you to wear while in labor. You will be asked to remove all other undergarments before putting on the gown.
  • You will be taken to an exam room or your birthing room where your nurse will talk with you to evaluate symptoms you're feeling.
  • Be sure to give a copy of your birth plan to the nurses to add to your chart. Your physician or caregiver should already know your birth plan.
  • A nurse will check your blood pressure, temperature, may obtain both blood and urine samples, and place devices on your abdomen that monitor the baby's heart rate and your contractions.
  • The nurse, your on-call physician, or caregiver will perform a pelvic exam to evaluate the dilation and effacement of your cervix.
  • An IV will be started to provide hydration if needed in the later stages of labor. This will also allow access of medication intravenously if it's suddenly needed. An IV is necessary if epidural anesthesia is used.
  • Your physician may discuss with you about breaking your water if it has not already ruptured.
  • A communication board in your room will be used to convey your goals so clear communication between you and the staff is experienced.
  • Your labor nurse and caregiver will monitor you to note your progress. They will also monitor your baby's vital signs.
  • You will be kept well hydrated during your labor and you will be encouraged to urinate often. Depending on your situation, you may have a catheter inserted to remove urine.
  • As labor progresses, your physician or caregiver will keep you informed on what is happening and if any necessary interventions are needed.

Don't hesitate to ask questions or call for your nurse. Our patients come first and it is our goal to make sure that you and your baby are as comfortable as possible.

Knowing what to expect can help you prepare for the exciting events that lie ahead. We are here to help guide you through it all. Thank you for letting Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine be a part of this special time in your life.

Admission Arrangements

To assist with your admission, please help us by completing your registration by the 20th week of pregnancy, so that we may begin processing your admission paperwork before your delivery.  Information that you are unsure of (such as pediatrician's name) can be added later. If there is a change in your pre-admission information, or if you do not have insurance and would like to set up payment arrangements, please contact our Financial Service Representative at 817.329.2663.​

You can pre-register:

  • In person
  • Phone
  • Internet

You will receive an email confirmation of your submission.  After we've submitted all applicable insurance paperwork, we will notify you via mail if we estimate that you will have a co-pay or deductible due. 

Parent Education Services

The Knowledge, Confidence and Support You Need During Your Pregnancy

Welcoming a child into the world can bring with it many questions. That's why Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine offers parent education classes to help answer your questions when it comes to childbirth and parenthood.

 Whether you're pregnant with your first child, or are already a parent, you'll find these courses full of helpful information. To register for any of the classes, please call 1.844.BSW.DOCS (1.844.279.3627). Class space is limited, so we recommend you register during your first trimester.​​​

Classes currently offered:

  • Childbirth (one-day or two-week series option)
  • Childbirth - hybrid
  • Childbirth- online
  • Newborn care
  • Breastfeeding
  • Infant/child CPR
  • Maternity tour
  • Safe sitter
  • Car seat safety
  • And more​​

Free Community Classes

Baylor Scott & White ​– Grapevine offers FREE breastfeeding support groups ​to the community every Thursday.

Breastfeeding Support Group

Our Breastfeeding Support Group is led by a board certified lactation consultant who provides support and guidance to help meet your breastfeeding expectations. Topics include nutrition, sleep, expressing and storing milk, and more.  The support group meets weekly on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. in the Family Resource Center ( 2nd floor next to the Labor and Delivery Waiting Area) and is free of charge as a Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine community service.  Complimentary valet parking is available.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

The specialized clinicians in our 21-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) make it their goal to provide parents with the information they need to understand their baby's condition, possible treatments and how they can best help.

Maternity services

Love delivered daily

More than 3000, babies are born at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine each year. From the time you get the good news, to the day you see your baby for the first ti​me; we make sure you receive the compassionate care that is unique to Baylor. Patients have come to rely on the quality healthcare, privacy and personal attention they receive at Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine during this special time in their life.

The Women's Center is equipped with advanced technology and highly trained physicians, neonatologists, nurses and a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Our labor and delivery, postpartum, neonatal, and nursery medical team work together to make sure you receive quality care.

Maternity Services at the Women's Center include:

  • - Labor, delivery and recovery units
  • - New family center
  • - Neonatal intensive care unit
  • - Obstetric sonography
  • - Fetal surveillance system to monitor babies before they are born
  • - Spacious maternity suites
  • - Comfortable family waiting rooms
  • - Breastfeeding specialists
  • - Parent education classes ​
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