Our Office COVID-19 Information

We are updating our guest and Covid-19 policies. 

  • No guests are allowed except for one guest during your ultrasound visit.
  • Children are not allowed in the office.
  • We require masks for all patients, both vaccinated and unvaccinated.

Failure to follow these policies could result in rescheduling your appointment. Thank you for your cooperation.

Protecting your health, and the health of our staff and providers is a priority. We ask that if you are experiencing a fever of 100.4 plus or productive cough to call us at 512-425-3825, Option 3 so that we can determine the best way to meet your medical needs.

See our Childbirth Education Updates HERE.

St. David' Healthcare Visitation Policy Changes & COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

It’s been a year and a half since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in Texas. As the virus continues to evolve, and COVID-19 continues to bear down on our community, we have remained steadfast in our resolve to combat it. Below are updates on some important and timely issues related to COVID-19 that we wanted to share with you.

Visitation Policy Changes
Due to a recent legislative mandate (Texas House Bill 2211), we are making changes to our visitation policy to comply with the new law. As of September 1, all patients will be allowed one visitor per day during visiting hours.
• Visiting hours are 5am-8pm
• Visitors must be 18 years of age or older
• Visitors must pass the entrance screening
• Visitors must wear a mask at all times
• Any patient seeking emergency care may have one visitor

One visitor may remain overnight for the following services or circumstances:
• Pediatrics under 18 years old
• Laboring mothers
• Patient advocates for elderly, disabled or impaired patients
• Undergoing surgery or a procedure
• End-of-life care

We are committed to providing a safe environment for our patients, physicians, colleagues and visitors. Universal masking remains in effect and additional PPE may be required. All visitors are required to comply with these policies.

Visitation may be denied if an attending physician determines in-person visitation with the patient may lead to the transmission of an infectious agent that poses a serious community health risk.

COVID-19 Vaccination Booster
After careful consideration of the latest medical data, the FDA recently authorized mRNA COVID-19 booster shots for immunocompromised people. A recommendation for the general population is expected soon. This measure is designed to further protect you from COVID-19 as immunity wanes with time and this virus continues to spread.

As a result, we are actively planning for hospital-based third dose vaccination clinics in late September or early October. These vaccinations will only be available to colleagues who have already received both prior doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. Please remember to verify your vaccination status prior to September 15 through the HCA Healthcare COVID-19 immunization link.

A third shot is now available and recommended for those who are immunocompromised and, therefore, at greater risk of serious, prolonged illness. Immunocompromised colleagues are encouraged to speak with their physician about whether getting an additional dose is appropriate. This helpful link can identify the closest and most convenient location to receive the vaccine.

For now, booster shots are being advised for the mRNA vaccines only, which does not currently include the Johnson & Johnson shot. It is also recommended to receive the same vaccine administered during the prior two dose series.

For the thousands of St. David’s HealthCare colleagues who have received the COVID-19 vaccine, thank you for choosing to protect yourself and the people around you.
Moment of Silence

The Texas Hospital Association is encouraging hospitals throughout the state to observe “five minutes of silence” at noon on Friday, September 3, to honor those impacted by COVID-19. The observance hopes to shine light on the number of people who have died from COVID-19, on healthcare heroes – like you – who have bravely fought the pandemic, and on the importance of taking action to prevent further illness. We encourage you to participate in this time of reflection, honor and remembrance.

COVID-19 Vaccination
Our physicians are among the most trusted in Central Texas. The community has trusted us to care for them for decades, and now we’re asking them to trust us about the COVID-19 vaccine. We encourage you to watch the below video that features several of our physicians talking about the COVID-19 vaccine, and join us in sharing it with friends and family.

Watch Video Here

Thank you for your tireless work to beat COVID-19. Together, we can move forward and end the pandemic.

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located near Mopac & Parmer
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UT Women’s Athletic Program

Individualized care at
every stage & every age

New Patients Welcome!


located near Mopac & Parmer
gynecologic consultant to the

UT Women’s Athletic Program

Natural Beginning Birth Center

OGN in the News

2018 Austin Monthly Top Doctor

2018 Austin Monthly Top Doctor


Best Austin Doctors 2017

Dr. Sebestyen makes the list again of Best Austin Doctors 2017 in AustinMonthly Magazine

Thursday, May 18th 2017 — READ MORE

Austin Birth Awards 2016

ObGynNorth wins best Ob Practice at Austin Birth Awards 2016

Friday, September 30th 2016 — READ MORE

2015 Austin Monthly Top Doctor

2015 Austin Monthly Top Doctor


Austin Birth Awards 2015

Dr. Sebestyen Wins Best Obstetrician at Austin Birth Awards 2015

Wednesday, September 30th 2015 — READ MORE

OGN Opens Natural Birth Center

Natural Beginning, a natural birth center that operates in conjunction with medical practice OBGYN North, opened Sept. 2 adjacent to St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, offering patients options for non-induced labor and drug-free birth.

Thursday, September 26th 2013 — READ MORE

Women & Depression

Dr. Christina Sebestyen, from St. David’s Women’s Center of Texas, stopped by Good Day to talk about the symptoms of post-partum depression, how to deal with it and why it’s important to diagnosis it and ways to treat it.

Friday, October 29th 2010 — READ MORE

Midwife Joins Multidisciplinary Effort in Haiti

Friday, August 13th 2010 — READ MORE

Midwives are in the House!

Austin Woman Magazine

Saturday, August 1st 2009 — The Obstetrical team at OBGYN North has brought collaborative obstetrical care to Austin women. Midwives are in the house! For the first time since 2002, when midwives were banned from assisting at births in Austin area hospitals, Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM’s) are delivering babies at St… READ MORE

Healthy Pregnancy During Hot Summer

Triple digits temperatures can be dangerous and for women who are pregnant it poses an even greater risk. Dr. Christina Sebestyen explains the risk factors associated with heat and pregnancy.

Tuesday, July 21st 2009 — READ MORE

Healthy Pregnancy During Hot Summer

Good Day Austin on Fox News

Tuesday, July 21st 2009 — READ MORE

Medicine by Other Means

Austin Business Journal

Friday, May 1st 2009 — READ MORE

Joys of a Midwife: Nurse’s Calm Demeanor in the Delivery Room

Austin American Statesman

Monday, December 1st 2008 — Midwife Lisa Carlile’s 24-hour shift that starts at 7 a.m. Thursdays at St. David’s Women’s Center of Texas has been uneventful lately. “I’ve been baby-repellent,” she says, making a face, about a recent streak of not delivering babies. That wasn’t the case a couple of weeks ago… READ MORE

Labor of Love: Central Texas Birthing Options

Community Impact Newsletter

Friday, November 7th 2008 — When Dr. Christina Sebestyen moved to Central Texas two years ago, she longed to open an obstetrics practice combining the nurturing attributes of midwifery with the urgent-care benefits of traditional OB hospital care. Sebestyen, who considers herself a “midwife in doctor’s clothes,” eventually opened her own practice — OBGYN North — and in August, brought a midwife-credentialed program to St… READ MORE

Best Midwives Tale

Austin Chronicle

Friday, October 17th 2008 —St. David’s North Austin Medical Center. Nurse midwives and their advocates are thanking their lucky stars for Dr. Christina Sebestyen, an ob-gyn doc at St. David’s North Austin facility, who moved mountains to give midwives a very real presence at the medical center – now the only local hospital that employs the collaborative Midwives Model of Care…READ MORE

Naked City

Austin Chronicle

Friday, July 18th 2008 — A bundle of joy arrived this week with the announcement that St. David’s North Austin Medical Center will open its doors to nurse midwives, who six years ago were summarily booted out of Seton and the city-owned Brackenridge Hospital. Since then, midwives and their advocates have lobbied local hospitals to give midwives delivery privileges…READ MORE

Midwives to Work at Hospital

Austin American Statesman

Wednesday, July 16th 2008 — Six years after area programs halted, traditional practice will start at North Austin facility. After a six-year absence from Austin hospitals, a traditional midwife practice will begin next month at one local hospital. Starting Aug, 1, three nurse midwives will see patients and take turns delivering patients’ babies along with Dr… READ MORE

Austin Hospital to Allow Midwives in Delivery Room

Evening News on KEYE

Tuesday, July 15th 2008 — Back in 2002, Brackenridge Hospital and Seton Medical Center cut their midwife services saying they were losing money. But starting Aug. 1, St. David’s North Austin Medical Center will welcome midwives. Christina Sustaeta gave birth to her fourth child, Cecilia, this month…READ MORE


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