Welcome to Nacogdoches Women's Center
Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility

How do I reach the office after business hours?
For non-urgent communications, please contact our office through the patient portal.

If you think you are in labor, contact Labor & Delivery at 936-568-3150.

Our office coordinates after hours care through STRiVE Express Care. Call 936-585-8000 or visit striveexpresscare.com for more information.

If you need to reach the on-call physician, call 936-305-5140.

In the case of emergency, please dial 9-1-1. 

When do I start prenatal care?
If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, call our office to schedule your first appointment and begin special care for you and your baby. Never hesitate to call our office about your medication or personal health questions.

Perioperative Instructions
In order to make your day of surgery and post-operative recovery as smooth as possible, click here for a list of instructions and pearls taken from my experience and patient feedback.

Do you offer virtual visits?
If you’re planning a visit for a discussion, and not scheduled for an exam, you may be interested in scheduling a telehealth appointment. Nacogdoches Women's Center Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility uses the latest technology to save existing patients time by offering secure telemedicine visits for our current patients. Download the Healow app and call our office to learn how to use your patient portal account for a virtual video visit with your doctor.

What is a screening mammogram?
A screening mammogram is an annual exam to screen for breast cancer in women without symptoms. We provide 3D screening mammography inside our office for the convenience and comfort of our patients.

How often should I receive a mammogram? Most women begin having annual mammograms at age 40. If you have known risk-factors, or a family history that may impact your breast cancer risk, we may recommend a mammogram earlier than age 40. To schedule an appointment, call or text 936-560-2666.

What is a diagnostic mammogram?
A small percentage of screening mammogram patients will be “called back” for a diagnostic mammogram at a different location. A diagnostic mammogram is used to investigate suspicious breast changes, such as a new lump, dimpling or puckering of the skin, pain in the breast, or nipple thickening or discharge. Common reasons for diagnostic call backs include images that need re-taken for clarity, overlapping or dense tissue, new or changing calcifications, a new mass/cyst, or any area or change in your breast that a radiologist recommends evaluating further. A diagnostic mammogram often includes additional targeted mammogram images and is sometimes followed by a breast ultrasound.    

What do I need to know about Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
Nacogdoches Women's Center Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility partners with Catalyst Health Network to offer coordinated resources, including key information about what you should know about how the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is affecting Texans. Click here to visit the Catalyst Coronavirus Website, updated daily. Call 214-964-0319 with your questions about COVID-19.

To protect the health and well-being of our patients, we are limiting appointments to our patient, one spouse or guest over the age of 18 (if absolutely necessary) and/or a nursing infant. All other family members, including children, will be asked to wait outside. Thank you for helping us minimize COVID-19 exposure risks, as recommended by the CDC.

If you’re planning a visit for a discussion, and not scheduled for an exam, you may be interested in scheduling a telehealth appointment. We are offering secure telemedicine visits for existing patients through the Healow app and Doxy.me. If you have questions, please call or text 936-560-2666 for more information about using these tools.

Fraud Alert
A physician has alerted Physicians of East Texas to possible fraud. Someone has been able to ''clone'' the physician caller ID and calling patients. The phone call identifies itself as coming from the physician office.

The caller is asking them to verify date of birth, social security, Medicare number and other information. Social security numbers are no longer part of claim information. Never give your number out over the phone. Patients should hang up and call the physician office.


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