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Programs that prepare expectant mothers for childbirth and provide health care services for mothers and infants during pregnancy and following birth.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Central PA - Maternal Child HealthThe Maternal Child Health program is a full service program providing comprehensive physical, emotional and instructive nursing, medical social work support, as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy when needed for mothers and their children. Includes pre-and post-natal care and instruction; assistance with infants and children up to age 18, will skilled medical needs. Care can include assisting caregiver with IV medications or tube feedings or providing ongoing in-home therapy.DauphinVisiting Nurse Association of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.Visiting Nurse Association of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.
Early Intervention Baby Clinic using the Brain Score ApproachUsing the Brain Score Approach and Brain Therapy we work naturally with the craniosacral fascial systems using a hands on approach. We typically treat fussy infants who have nursing difficulty, reflux, colic, gas, constipation and sleep issues. We believe this work can prevent certain issues and create excellent neurological function for your child to have the best start in life to be able to think, learn, perceive and reason.AdamsALICIA SMITH Energy and BodyworkALICIA SMITH Energy and Bodywork
Erie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA) - Project First Step (PFS)This program began as an in-home visitation service for women to care for medically fragile newborns, assisting women with high-risk pregnancies and families at risk of having their children removed from the home. Program goals include healthy babies, safe home environments, and stable family units.ErieErie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA) - Professional Building OfficeErie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA)
Learning and Earning for Expecting MomsEight one-on-one sessions with a trained volunteer covering how to have a healthy pregnancy, feeding, care and safety of a newborn, infant and maternal health and childbirth.CumberlandCarlisle Area Family Life CenterCarlisle Area Family Life Center
Multi-Cultural Health Evaluation Delivery Systems - Maternal HealthPrenatal services that ensure safe labors, deliveries and healthy newborns.ErieMulti-Cultural Health Evaluation Delivery SystemsMulti-Cultural Health Evaluation Delivery Systems, Inc. (MHEDS)
New Bloomfield Office - Maternal Child HealthThe Maternal Child Health program is a full service program providing comprehensive physical, emotional and instructive nursing, medical social work support, as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy when needed for mothers and their children. Includes pre-and post-natal care and instruction; assistance with infants and children up to age 18, will skilled medical needs. Care can include assisting caregiver with IV medications or tube feedings or providing ongoing in-home therapy.PerryVNACPA - New Bloomfield OfficeVisiting Nurse Association of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.
Precious Life, Inc. Maternity Homes AltoonaProvides shelter, care and support services, which often include counseling regarding future plans and instruction in child care and development, for pregnant women who are unable to remain in their own homes.BlairPrecious Life, Inc. Altoona OfficePrecious Life, Incorporated
Precious Life, Inc. Maternity Homes JohnstownProvides shelter, care and support services, which often include counseling regarding future plans and instruction in child care and development, for pregnant women who are unable to remain in their own homes.CambriaPrecious Life, Inc. Johnstown OfficePrecious Life, Incorporated
Prenatal, Postpartum and Children's Health-VNA Health SystemProvide prenatal and postpartum care; support and instruction for mothers and infants, plus skilled care for children up to age 18. ClintonCommunity Nursing Service of Clinton County - Healthy Beginnings Plus ProgramVisiting Nurses Association (VNA) Health System - Shamokin
Text4BabyText4Baby is an educational program that sends text messages about 3 times a week to pregnant women and new moms. The texts provide the moms with information & reminders about how to take care of their own health & that of their babies. Women who sign up for the service by texting BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 will receive free SMS text messages each week, timed to their due date or baby's date of birth. PA Department of Health in partnership with National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition is a lead state agency for text4baby.DauphinPennsylvania Department of HealthPennsylvania Department of Health
Upper Dauphin Office - Maternal Child HealthThe Maternal Child Health program is a full service program providing comprehensive physical, emotional and instructive nursing, medical social work support, as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy when needed for mothers and their children. Includes pre-and post-natal care and instruction; assistance with infants and children up to age 18, will skilled medical needs. Care can include assisting caregiver with IV medications or tube feedings or providing ongoing in-home therapy.DauphinVNACPA - Upper Dauphin OfficeVisiting Nurse Association of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.
Wellspan Community Health Center - YorkYork Hospital Community Health Center provides a comprehensive range of services including: Pediatrics: newborn visits and well-baby care; treatment of childhood illness/injury; preventive check-ups, exams and immunizations Women's health: comprehensive health care for women including menopause, incontinence and pelvic pain; routine health maintenance exams, preventive health care, pap smears and breast exams; family planning and contraception; care of the pregnant woman, including childbirth education; healthy beginnings plus; care of the adolescent including menstrual problems, std screening and pregnancy testing. Adults : physical exams; treatment of illness/injury; care of acute/chronic illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, HIV/AIDS, and skin disorders; geriatrics Urgent care (for our established patients only): treatment of sprains and injuries that are not emergency or life-threatening; minor surgery Special services: nutrition counseling; cancer screenings; medication education; HIV/AIDS care (caring together); healthy women 50+; laboratory tests. Nurse call center: staffed by registered nurses who can answer your questions about health problems and schedule you for an appointment with your physician if necessary. YorkWellspan Community Health Center - YorkWellSpan Health
WellSpan Gettysburg HospitalWellSpan Gettysburg Hospital ia a nationally recognized acute care community hospital providing patient-centered services and programs that feature highly skilled clinical staff, life-saving technology and modern facilities to address complex medical, surgical and emergency conditions. Services include:
  • Nutrition Services
  • Oncology
  • Heart & Vascular
  • Orthopedics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Women's Health
  • Obstetrics
  • Emergency Department
  • AdamsWellSpan Gettysburg HospitalWellSpan Health
    WellSpan York HospitalYork Hospital is a 580-bed community teaching hospital serving South Central Pennsylvania.
  • Addiction Services (851-1500)
  • Pastoral Care (851-2305)
  • Dental Services (851-2655)
  • Diabetic Education (851-5341)
  • Thomas Hart Family Practice Center (851-2521)
  • York Hospital Community Health Center (851-2334)
  • Specialty Care Clinics (851-2427)
  • Child/Adolescent Psych Unit (840-0970)
  • Behavioral Health Services (851-1500)
  • Social Services/Care Management (851-2227)
  • STD Prevention & Detection (851-2251)
  • Wellness & Community Health Improvement (851-3222)
  • Lifeline - Emergency Signaling Device to Alert the Response
  • Center at York Hospital (851-2227)
  • Medical Library (851-2495) Service Sites:
  • Queensgate Laboratory (851-2500)
  • Windsor Laboratory (851-1765)
  • Westgate Laboratory (764-3351)
  • Stonebridge Diagnostic Center (812-2520)
  • Apple Hill Laboratory (741-8190)
  • East Berlin Diagnostic Center (259-7839)
  • Dover Diagnostic Center (851-6490)
  • Stony Brook Lab Services (757-4976)
  • Physician and Service Referral (851-3500 Or 800-840-5905)
  • Cardiovascular Services - York Hospital Heart Center (851-2176)
  • CPR/First Aid Instruction (851-2660 Sherri At Education Services)
  • York Cancer Center (741-8100)
  • Emergency Room (851-2311) WellSpan Rehabilitation:
  • Apple Hill
  • Banister Street
  • Queensgate Town Center
  • Shrewsbury
  • Hanover
  • Red Lion
  • Manchester
  • Etters
  • YorkWellSpan York HospitalWellSpan Health
    York County State Health Center HIV consultant on sight every day clinic is open  STD Clinic Tuesdays 9:00am to 12:30pm  TB Clinic 1st Thursday of every month from 1:00pm to 4:00m  Immunizations: $5, by appointment only, Wednesday, 8:30am-11:00am & 1:00pm to 3:00pm  Family and professional education  General health information & referral  Elevated blood lead level (children) case management, counseling  Health promotion/teaching by community health nurses for groups  Metabolic disease case management, PKU, perinatal and hepatitis B case management  Investigation of communicable diseases  Follow up for animal bites and rabies YorkYork County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health

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