Partners with Mom
Priority Partners is pleased to offer Partners with Mom, a pregnancy care management program for expectant moms. This program will help you manage your health during your pregnancy. The Partners with Mom health coaches work with mothers to help them recognize their own strengths and the ability to change unhealthy lifestyle behaviors during and after pregnancy. Moms have personalized monthly appointments with their coach to talk about nutrition, exercise, and other health behaviors. The program is available for up to 6 months after delivery and will help mothers stay healthy even after the baby is born.
Call or email to see if you qualify for this service:
- 1-800-261-2396 Ext. 5355
- Email: email@example.com
You will be connected with an OB nurse who will work with you and your physician to coordinate your care if you develop complications with your pregnancy.
When you call BabyLine, you will be connected toll-free to an experienced pregnancy nurse who can help answer your pregnancy-related questions and concerns. BabyLine is available to you 24 hours a day and 7 days a week until your baby turns 6 weeks old. To speak with an experienced pregnancy nurse call 1-855-304-2229.
HealthLINK@Hopkins is a secure website that will help you to track your medications, doctors’ visits, prior authorizations, referrals, and more. To access HealthLINK@Hopkins, register using the login box on the right hand of this page.
Should your new baby need special care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), you will have your own dedicated NICU specialty nurse from our team. This nurse will help you to understand what is happening, answer your question, help you get your baby home, and continue to help with any special needs.
Text4Baby will send you free text messages three times a week with information to help you through your pregnancy and your baby’s first year! Text BABY to 511411 to sign up or you can download the Text4Baby app right to your mobile device.
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The Affordable Care Act requires health plans to cover breastfeeding support and supplies. Read here for a list of what Priority Partners covers.