Are you expecting? You are invited to tour the Labor & Delivery area at The Henley-Hillis Center for Women & Children at Comanche County Memorial Hospital. Tours are held by appointment only. We offer educational classes for Moms-to-Be and Dads-to-Be to ensure you are confident and comfortable welcoming your newest addition to your family. We also offer Health and Nutrition guidance to prepare you for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth. For more information on tours and classes, call or text 580.250.5253 today!
Choosing a Care Provider
Whether you are having infertility issues, a complicated pregnancy, or just need a physician for your newborn, Comanche County Memorial Hospital has a wide array of high-qualified and skilled doctors on staff to address all your needs. Our OB/GYNs can help families with infertility issues, getting your body ready for pregnancy, and provide excellent prenatal care for you and your baby. CCMH Family Care physicians provide care to newborns through young adulthood. Please see our physician directory to find your doctor
Comanche County Memorial Hospital offers educational classes to moms- and dads-to-be to help them be more prepared for what is ahead. Classes are offered in Childbirth Education, Breastfeeding, and Sibling Preparation. Call or text 580.250.5253 for more information.
Labor & Delivery Tours
Are you expecting? The Henley-Hillis Center for Women & Children at Comanche County Memorial Hospital would like to invite you to tour their Labor & Delivery area. Tours are held by registration appointment only, and begin in the main hospital lobby. Call or text 580.250.5253 to make your appointment today! As a way to say “thank you”, every expectant mother who attends will receive a free gift.
Health and Nutrition
When beginning the preparation for pregnancy, remember these helpful tips to keep yourself and your baby happy and healthy
- Reduce stress or learn to cope with stress in a healthy, effective way.
- Begin or maintain an exercise program.
- Learn prevention methods to avoid toxoplasmosis, a parasite infection that can cause mental retardation and blindness in babies.
- Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures and address any first signs of fever immediately.
- Do not smoke or consume alcoholic beverages. Consult with your doctor about any current medications you may be taking.
- Take a multivitamin supplement that has 400 micrograms of folic acid and no more than 100% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of other nutrients.
- Limit caffeine intake to one serving a day.