Birth Certificate and Social Security Number Assignment
After your newborn is born during your hospital stay, a Birth Registrar
staff member will visit you in your room to complete the necessary information
for the filing of your baby’s birth certificate. In order to complete
the birth certificate information, we must have your baby’s name.
To ensure that the birth records process proceeds smoothly for you, we
would like to ask you to complete the Certificate Intake Form that will
be given to you after delivery. This will ensure that the Birth Registrar
has all the information needed to prepare the birth certificate for your child.
As a courtesy to our parents, we can help you obtain a social security
number for your newborn. In order to do so, we must have your baby’s
name at the time the birth certificate is completed. Your child’s
social security card will be forwarded to you within five to eight weeks
from the Social Security Administration Office.
During your hospital stay, you and your support person will be served a
Celebration Meal. This is Covenant’s way of congratulating you on
your new addition and expressing our gratitude for choosing Covenant as
your hospital of choice.
A representative from dietary will visit your room to take your order;
a choice of steak, chicken cordon bleu, or lasagna.
Covenant Prenatal Care Center
The Prenatal Care Center provides comprehensive prenatal care under certified
family Nurse Practitioner. She works with the premier obstetricians of
Covenant Medical Group to provide the best personalized care for you and
your baby, with decreased wait times. The Clinic is conveniently located
in Suite 303 in the Medical Office Building next to Covenant Women’s
and Children’s Hospital. The Prenatal Care Center accepts most commercial
insurance plans, Texas Medicaid, and self-funded patients. Call (806)725-7625
for more information.
Prenatal Yoga for Expecting Moms
Covenant Prenatal Yoga classes are specifically designed to help prepare
the body and mind for labor, birth, and motherhood. These classes also
deepen the bond with your baby prenatally. Postures are carefully chosen
to be safe for mom and baby and help you more easily adapt to the physical
and emotional changes that occur during pregnancy and childbirth. We teach
specialized movements and breathing techniques to be used during labor.
Our “pregnancy circle” provides a source of support and encouragement
from each other.
For more information on Prenatal Yoga, contact
See “Post Delivery Program” section for information on our
Mommy & Me Yoga Program.
Covenant Hospital is dedicated to ministering to the needs of the whole
person - body, mind and spirit.
The Spiritual Care Team is available to you 24/7. Let your nurse know if
you are in need of the Spiritual Care Team and we will assure that they
attend to your needs.
There is a chapel in the lobby that is open 24 hours a day. You are welcome
to use and enjoy this room for quiet time and prayer.
Our healing garden is a quiet place to pray, meditate and reflect. The
entrance to the garden can be found by entering the lobby and turning
left past the elevators in the main lobby. The garden is accessed by the
Ronald McDonald House Day Room.
When communicating in English is not possible or advisable, Covenant Hospital
is committed to providing interpreter services to maintain efficient and
adequate communications with patients and families in their primary language
or sign language.
For more information on any of these services, or to schedule a tour of
Covenant Women's Center, please call 806.725.6667