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The Center for Children and Women is closing

The Center for Children and Women will be closing. The Southwest location will close on June 30, 2024. This closure 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.

Postpartum Medicaid and CHIP Coverage Extension Update

Starting March 1, 2024. The Texas Health and Human Services (HSS) is extending its postpartum coverage from 2 to 12 months for eligible women. The 12 months of postpartum coverage begins the month after pregnancy has ended. Patients don’t need to apply to extend coverage.

Coverage will be reinstated for those who lost coverage and still fall in the eligibility period.

You should receive a notice from the state through mail or you can log into your Texas Benefits account to check your coverage.

Click here for the FAQ.

To learn more, visit the HHS Medicaid for Pregnant Women and CHIP Perinatal webpage.

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

Sabeena Rahman, MD




Sabeena Rahman, MD

Dr. Rahman is a board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist who has a special interest in access to birth control and postpartum care. She was born and raised in the middle east and speaks five languages. Her interest in women's healthcare started early with her travels. She pursued a Bachelor’s in Computer Science Engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas TX, and worked as an Engineer with Accenture Consulting.  She then pursued her love of medicine at Touro University Nevada and completed her Obstetrics & Gynecology residency at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa; where she served as Chief Resident and was awarded Resident of the Year. She has a passion for medical informatics as it combines her training. Dr Rahman enjoys teaching and wants to continue working with medical students and residents. She is active with IMANA, which is a nonprofit organization that works with medical relief and emergency disaster relief missions. In addition, she has a goal of travelling to a new country every year with her family and maybe improving her soccer skills.