Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
provides supportive prenatal care to all women and their families, regardless of their ability to pay. Our mission is to improve pregnancy outcomes by serving those most in need and those unable to access services in a traditional prenatal setting.
Based on NIH “Caring for Our Future” recommendations for Prenatal Care, the Pregnancy Care Center now offers Centering Group Prenatal Care
. Centering is a model of group care that integrates the three major components of care: Health Assessment; Education and Support, into a unified program.
Centering is an evidence-based redesign of health care delivery that helps to promote safe, efficient, effective prenatal care that is patient centered, equitable and culturally appropriate. Our patients meet with their care provider and other group participants for an extended period of time (90-120 minutes) at regularly scheduled visits over the course of their care. Visits promote greater patient engagement, personal empowerment and community-building.
To register for care, please call 603.663.6661.
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