Margot Perot Center Celebrates Its Anniversary The Margot Perot Center at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas celebrates 25 years of service , providing advanced care for women and infants.
The Margot Perot Center at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas — built in 1983 — was the first facility of its kind in North Texas and is devoted exclusively to meeting the needs of women and infants.
Thanks to a generous family gift from Ross and Margot Perot, the center now boasts more than 100 obstetrician/gynecologists and more than 100 pediatricians on the medical staff.
A Special Touch
For many women in the area, the Margot Perot Center is the place to give birth. And, for women and newborns who need an extra level of care following childbirth, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provides education and support to each family in a compassionate environment.
Advanced technology and dedicated medical staff are on hand to help meet each family’s needs until their little one is ready to go home.
Keeping Women Healthy
When it comes to breast health, the Margot Perot Center has all the tools needed to detect, diagnose and treat breast cancer in a relaxing environment.
Services range from digital mammography to stereotactic breast biopsy for detection of potential cancers, both of which are performed by experienced radiologists. In addition, genetic testing is available for ovarian and breast cancers.
Women’s services also include oncology for female cancers. Dedicated breast surgeons on the medical staff at the Margot Perot Center can surgically remove many breast cancer tumors when needed.
“The Margot Perot Center was designed to care for women throughout each stage of life,” says David Bookout, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology and physician on the medical staff at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. “Our goal is to provide the
specialized care women need and the privacy they deserve.”
To learn more about services offered at the Margot Perot Center at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, call 1-800-4-Presby (1-800-477-3729).