Regional Women’s Services & Pediatrics

Regional Women’s Services & Pediatrics at UTMB Health

UTMB Regional Women’s Services & Pediatrics is dedicated to improving the lives of women and their families, by providing health care, counseling and education. Our clinics offer a wide variety of services related to pregnancy and other areas of women's health. They also offer child health, family planning and breast and cervical cancer screening services. All of our services are delivered in an atmosphere of care and respect.

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Join us for a tour of the Labor & Delivery unit located in the UTMB Health John Sealy Hospital in Galveston. The free, four-hour tour includes lunch and roundtrip transportation.

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In the Health Blog
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How UTMB Health is combating the rising cardiovascular maternal mortality rate

As the rate of heart-disease related deaths continues to rise for pregnant and postpartum mothers and women during childbirth, cardiologist Dr. Danielle El Haddad is laying the foundation for a cardio-obstetrics program to care for at-risk patients.

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Cervical cancer 101 with Houston Moms

From screening measures to treatment options and prevention methods, Dr. Marisol Carpio-Solis shared everything she knows about cervical cancer during a recent conversation with our partners with Houston Moms.


The UTMB Health Regional Women’s Services & Pediatrics clinics are an iteration of what’s more formally known as the Regional Maternal & Child Health Program.
Read more about enhancements to the program and the program’s evolution in this blog.