We provide prenatal care, but we do not do deliveries. Prenatal care consists of regular office visits to monitor both the mother's and the baby's health (including listening to fetal heart tones) during pregnancy. We also order labs, ultrasounds, and other tests as appropriate. Early in pregnancy, these visits are monthly; they become more frequent as the due date approaches. We then coordinate the transfer of care near the end of the pregnancy to an obstetrician (OB) or midwife for delivery.
If you already see an obstetrician or midwife for your prenatal care but have an illness or injury they are not comfortable managing, we can provide care in those instances. We carefully consider the risks of any evaluation or treatment on the mother and her baby.
We can also provide post-partum care. This care involves making sure the mother recovers well after delivery. A post-partum check is usually done approximately 6 weeks after birth, but it may be sooner if there are any problems.
Pregnancy, parenting, and postpartum counseling services A list of resources maintained by the Texas Department of State Health Services
Family Health PLLC
827 S Magnolia Blvd Suite 6
Magnolia, TX 77355
Paul Dibble MD
Pam Johnson MD
Traffic in Magnolia can be surprisingly heavy, and there is construction on the major roads; plan plenty of time for travel when coming to our clinic. See Driving Directions
Don't forget we moved last year.
We do not take insurance
We accept cash, check, credit/debit cards