Do you want to leave a lasting legacy to honor the birth of a child or grandchild? Name a patient Room on the Mother Baby Floor! Or donate towards an equipment naming, and get your name on the Mother Baby Floor Donor Wall.
Maternal and Child Unit Renovation
Delivering a baby is an exciting and special occasion. These private delivery rooms will be designed to provide a relaxing and nurturing environment for mothers to give birth. With spacious private bathrooms and comfortable amenities, we aim to treat the family and mother-to-be to gracious hospitality as well as exceptional health care.
Update necessary and lifesaving equipment to ensure the most efficient, effective, and compassionate care for our new mothers and babies.
Join the CHRISTUS cause and help us renovate the Mother Baby Unit, where loving moments and miracles happen every day. More than 80,000 babies and over 40 years of loving moments and life changing experiences have taken a physical toll on the Mother Baby Unit. During the entire month of November, you can make a donation to the Mother Baby Unit Renovation at CHRISTUS Hospital St. Elizabeth.
CHRISTUS St. Elizabeth Hospital is counting on the community it has served for decades to assist in the upgrade and enhancement of this critical facility. Your support of this project will make a difference to future generations of CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Families. Your support of this project is the key to welcoming more newborns and sending them home safely with bright, promising futures ahead of them.
“Every nurse I interacted with was very friendly and helpful. All the nurses were great! Couldn’t ask for a better group of professionals! I would absolutely recommend delivering at St Elizabeth and plan on delivering there with any future children.”
– Melissa McIntosh, Mom
“Nursing is a ministry, a calling. Christus’ mission is to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. What better place is there to extend His ministry than in the place where the magnificence of His creation is displayed? I never intended to be here 39 years, but I did intend to be here as long as God willed me to be here. Recently a young father asked me why I had stayed here so long. At the end of the day, he thanked me and said, “Now I know why you still do what you do!”
– Laurel Williams,
39 years as a nurse