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The attention and care you deserve before, during and after pregnancy

At Premier Women’s Healthcare of Abilene, Dr. Tracy Glass and Dr. Gregory Kroeger, nurse practitioner Jaclyn Piasta and our dedicated staff are committed to partnering with you to achieve a safe pregnancy and a healthy baby. We will answer your questions thoroughly and involve you in the decisions concerning your care.

Dedicated to your total health and well-being

We believe that seeing your obstetrician before you get pregnant can help optimize your reproductive health, giving you the best chance at having a healthy pregnancy and complication-free delivery. Our comprehensive obstetric care includes:

  • Family planning (including birth control)
  • Prenatal care and testing
  • Fetal monitoring
  • Screening for reproductive diseases
  • High-risk pregnancies
  • Multiple birth (twins)
  • Vaginal birth after Cesarean (VBAC)

The care you expect when you’re expecting

Premier Women’s Healthcare of Abilene offers you the personalized prenatal care you and your baby deserve. Dr. Glass and Dr. Kroeger are parents themselves and they understand how emotional this time is for new families. You can feel confident that we will do everything possible to make your pregnancy a positive experience. When your delivery time draws near, you’ll be comforted to know that they have privileges at Abilene Regional Medical Center’s Mother-Baby Unit. This unit includes the area’s only accredited neonatal intensive care unit that specializes in 24/7 care of infants who are premature or need special medical attention.

Schedule your time with us today for advanced obstetrics. Call Premier Women’s Healthcare of Abilene at (325) 437-1590 or use our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation. We welcome patients from Eastland, Sweetwater, Abilene and Brownwood in Taylor County, TX.


After being wrongly diagnosed by an internist in Abilene, I was fortunate enough to find Dr. Glass. As soon as she saw me, she moved on getting my test results and worked on a solution before my condition worsened. Ultimately, I needed a C-section and I can't thank her enough

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