We provide affordable, compassionate prenatal care with Medi-Cal and cash pay options.
We offer patient centered care during a vulnerable time when it can be very common to experience anxiety, feel overwhelmed and need more support.
We exceed the standard of care as recommended by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. You will have the time you need to ask all of your questions and feel like you’ve been heard. We provide extra support from early pregnancy up until 27-32 weeks. The necessary support, medical expertise and education you receive will help to reduce your anxieties and fears.
*We provide WIC (women, infants and children) referrals for a food assistance program.
If you qualify, we can enroll you in the presumptive eligibility program which will immediately cover any medical costs for your pregnancy until you are approved for Medi-Cal.
We can assist you with the Medi-Cal application process which will cover the costs of your prenatal care and the birth of your baby. You do not need to be on welfare to receive Medi-Cal.
We offer no-cost ultrasounds and accept Medi-Cal or cash pay for Prenatal Care, Well-Woman Care and STD/STI testing & treatment.
symptoms You should never ignore:
Although we all hope for safe and healthy pregnancies, sometimes problems do arise. You can help yourself and your baby in the case of a problem if you are prepared for it. Contact your prenatal care provider immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms:
Sharp or prolonged pain in your abdomen or severe cramping
Frequent uterine contractions
Any amount of bleeding from the vagina, rectum, nipples, or lungs (coughing up blood)
Absence of or decrease in the amount of fetal movement
A sudden gush of fluid from the vagina
Sudden significant weight gain
Severe or continuous headache
Vision problems: seeing spots or flashes of light; dimmed or blurred vision
Swelling of the face or hands or severe swelling of the legs
Severe or continuous vomiting
Chills or fever
You know your body best: if you feel that something is wrong, even if it isn’t on this list, it’s important to contact your prenatal care provider.