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Get an extra level of support during your pregnancy. Through our pregnancy support, we make sure you are prepared for every stage of the journey with:

Educational Materials

We provide all pregnant moms with educational metrics that help you learn how to stay healthy through your pregnancy.

Free Online Classes

We know that childbirth can be a beautiful experience, but it can also be a time of uncertainty, especially for a new mom. Get the information and self-confidence you need for childbirth and caring for your baby in our free online classes.

Regular Check-Ins

We will communicate with you to ensure that you are receiving the proper care, including having your postpartum visit.

Care Management

If needed, a care manager will work with you one-on-one through the entire experience. We partner with your health care providers, answer your questions and assist you with eating well, exercise and other personal health needs.

Support for Children

If your child has additional health needs, our care team can help you care for your child through adulthood, providing in-depth, personalized support and provider coordination if needed.

Take Your Next Step

Contact us with questions or to get started with a program:

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If you wish, Priority Partners can provide a certified doula to support you through your pregnancy. Doulas are trained professionals who provide physical, emotional and informational support to birthing parents, offering added comfort through personal, culturally centered care. A certified doula is qualified to do prenatal visits, attend labor and delivery and provide postpartum visits.

A pregnant woman with another woman helping rub her back.

Related Classes

Sign up for free virtual classes that help you and your family achieve your best health.

  • This two-part (1 hour each day) workshop teaches expecting and new parents about caregiving for a newborn(s) from birth to 6 months of age.
  • Join this workshop to learn more about feeding and bathing, changing diapers, safe sleeping, tips for when to call the doctor, self-care and overall well-being.
  • Discover additional resources on lactation and car seat safety.

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If your baby is admitted to the NICU, we make sure that you understand their treatment and know what to do after they come home. We work with all of your child’s providers, help you use your benefits, give you educational materials, refer you to resources that can help you and arrange for in-home services or special equipment.

Success Story

Member Gets Help With Formula and Medication Dose

Imagine for a moment that your baby is born early and undersized. Your baby also needs extra formula and medicine. English is not your first language.

This was the experience for a Priority Partners member. The language gap made it hard for her to understand what she needed to do for her baby. Unknown to the mother, she was adding too much water to the formula. The child was not getting the right amount of nutrition. On top of that, the mother had been giving her baby an incorrect dose of medication.

With her baby in the NICU, Priority Partners sent a care manager to help the mother. The care manager showed the mother the right way to mix the formula and how to give the right dose of medicine. Today, her child is doing well, growing and thriving.

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