Prenatal Care at Combest Center

Centering Pregnancy: Nurse-Midwife

The Combest Center is the only certifed Centering Center in Lubbock.

Centering Pregnancy is prenatal care that includes your regular health check-ups with additional time for learning and sharing.

You do some of your own care. There will be group discussions and activities. Snacks are provided and there is time for sharing with other group members in a relaxed and fun setting.

For more information call (806) 743-9355

Why do moms think it is the best?

  • More time with your midwife (Certified Nurse-Midwife/CNM and/or board certifed women's health nurse practitioner)
  • Same midwife & nurse every visit so she knows you very well!
  • Spanish translation available

¿Por que mamas piensan que es maejor?

  • Mas Tiempo con tu partera
  • ¡La misma partera y enfermera cada visita, ella te conose muy bien!
  • Traduction libre services disponibles

Traditional Care Services

Meet the Midwives and Centering Pregnancy Health Care Providers

Prenatal care is now being offered at the Larry Combest Community Health & Wellness Center! This service is provided by two Certified Nurse-Midwives/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners and a board certfied women's health nurse practitioner in collaboration with some TTUHSC physicians at University Medical Center. Call 743-9568 for more information.

Sandra Eastling comes from a background of more than 15 years in labor and delivery units and in Public Health nursing. She graduated from Georgetown University with her master's Degree in certified Nurse-Midwifery and as a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She is very excited about being able to offer personalized prenatal care and covering Women's Health issues at the Larry Combest Community Health and Wellness Center. CenteringPregnancy as well as traditional prenatal care are offered.

Christine Stuart has been a Certified Nurse-Midwife (since 2006) and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (since 2003) who completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in May, 2015. She delivers at UMC and sees prenatal patients at Combest. She is an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing. She also serves as Vice-President for her nurse-midwifery professional organization.