Maternal Health

Our program provides early and continuous prenatal and postpartum care for low-income women. We accept low-risk pregnant residents of Iredell County.

We emphasize prevention, screening, education, and treatment. Care is individualized based on patient needs. Available services:

  • WIC
  • Prenatal vitamins and iron
  • Health education
  • Ultrasounds
  • Referrals-high risk, tobacco cessation, mental health
  • 17P education and administration

The health of the mother and the growing fetus is important to us. Patients are seen in our clinic:

  • every 4 weeks during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy
  • every 2 weeks from 28-36 weeks
  • weekly from 36 weeks until delivery
  • and at 6 weeks for post-partum check

We recognize the community’s need for local, affordable prenatal services and are here to meet your needs!

Fees and Eligibility
Medicaid, presumptive Medicaid, and private insurance (Cigna only) are accepted. Services many also be charged on a sliding-fee scale that is based on household income. 
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Bring a recent check (pay) stub for everyone that has a job and lives in the home (unless you have Medicaid).  If the pay stub has a year to date (YTD) total, then just bring one.  If not, you need to bring one month's worth of pay stubs.

Insurance Card(s)

Method of payment: cash, check, debit or credit card

Proof of county residence: electric bill, cable bill, or home phone bill (not cellular phone)

Verification of pregnancy
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