Women have healthcare needs at all ages


CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Sulphur Springs has one mission: To extend the health ministry of Jesus Christ. In honor of American Heart Month — the month of February — we encourage you to check on your heart! For a flat rate of $75,

For a flat rate of $75, you can have a coronary calcium screening. To see if you require a referral or to schedule, call our team at 903-438-4543. It could save your life.


We are prepared to support each woman’s healthcare needs at any stage of life. Whether you come in for a routine gynecological exam, are preparing to give birth or need treatment for a disorder, we offer an outstanding breadth of services and treatments. Our provider team includes Darryl Doughtie, MD; Martin Fielder, MD; and Certified Nurse Midwife Deb Logan. To schedule an appointment, please contact their office at 903-439-4917.

Planning to deliver your baby at our hospital? We want to help you prepare every step of the way. From our childbirth classes each month — including a new virtual option — to breastfeeding support, education opportunities are endless. Additionally, nitrous oxide is available for pain control during labor.

Once your new bundle arrives, we will present you with a special meal and dress your baby in their very own CHRISTUS onesie. Want to see our Women’s Birthing Center? Schedule a tour today! For for more information on classes and tours, please call 903-439-4091.


CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital Sulphur Springs is prepared for any active cases of coronavirus that may come through our clinics or hospital. All of our infection prevention practices will be effective for not only the Novel Coronavirus, but also for our influenza transmission prevention.

Per CDC guidelines, if you have traveled to China recently or have had close contact with a person known to have the 2019 – nCoV (Coronavirus) illness an are experiencing fever or symptoms of lower respiratory illness-cough or shortness of breath then contact your primary care physician for further guidance.

Please note: Influenza remains the highest risk to our patients and communities at this time.