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The Center for Children and Women is closing

Both locations of The Center for Children and Women will be closing. The Greenspoint location will close December 1, 2023 and the Southwest location will close on June 30, 2024. These closures will not change your coverage with Texas Children's Health Plan. If you have questions about your care, please contact The Center for Children and Women at 832-828-1005. If you have questions about your coverage or for help picking a new doctor, call Texas Children’s Health Plan at 1-866-959-6555 (CHIP) or 1-866-959- 2555 (STAR) or 1-800-659-5764 (STAR Kids).

You can get more information by visiting our frequently asked questions.

Provider Departure

Dr. Sara Curtis will no longer be providing care at The Centers for Children and Women after September 19, 2023. If you are a patient of Dr. Curtis, please call us at 832-828-1005 to schedule your appointment with another provider. We thank Dr. Curtis for her many years of service at The Centers!

Policy update

Starting on January 2023. Minors that do not come with a legal parent or guardian must get verbal approval to receive care.

A parent or guardian must be at the first visit to complete forms. For each visit after, the parent or guardian can call from then on. Parents must speak with the care team for medical related questions.

Medicaid Coverage Alert

Don't lose your health coverage! We don’t want to lose you as a patient! New rules will require you to renew your Medicaid plan. Learn more

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The Center for Children and Women only accepts Texas Children's Health Plan members.

Please bring these items with you on your first visit:

  • Vaccine card.
  • Any medicine you or your child takes.
  • Birth record for newborns.
  • Photo ID.

Please bring these items with you on your first Women's Health Services visit:

  • Medical records that you may have from all your pregnancies. Especially if you had surgery or any complications. If you do not have records, the name and address of your doctors and hospital that you used will be very helpful.
  • Medical records about health problems you might have.
  • The bottles of any medicines, vitamins, herbal products, or home remedies that you are taking.
  • The date of the first day of your last menstrual period.
  • Any information about problems that run in your family.
  • Any information about babies in your family who have been born with birth defects.

We are here to meet all your medical needs. Expect to be treated with respect and to get the highest quality care for you and your family. Here is some of what you can expect on your first visit:

  • Our staff will greet you and lead you to various areas for your visit.
  • We will answer all of your questions to the best of our ability.
  • You will get instruction about specific care or medicine.

If you are pregnant, here is what else you can expect on your first visit:

  • Because we try to meet all of your needs at each visit, your first visit may take 1 to 2 hours.
  • You will meet with a health-care professional to review all of your medical history.
  • We will ask you to take a urine sample.
  • You will need to take blood tests.
  • You will meet with a health-care provider for an exam. This may include tests for vaginal infections and a pap smear.
  • You will meet with other support services where appropriate.
  • You will either have an ultrasound/sonogram or receive an appointment for one.
  • You will get information about our new prenatal care program, CenteringPregnancy®. You will also have the option to get traditional care.
  • You will get a convenient time for your next visit.