Our Services Include
- Ultrasounds administered by our Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
- Onsite Dietitians to provide individual education, including personalized diet plans
- Medical care that begins prior to Medicaid approval
- Prenatal and postnatal counseling offered in collaboration with Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio
- A network of pregnancy care centers provides further information and referrals
- Registration and orientation for delivery hospitalization provided by TriHealth care coordinators at Tri-Health hospitals
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Healthy Beginnings is accepting New Patients!
If you have no insurance and think you may qualify for Medicaid (or already have it) you may start your prenatal care as soon as possible, without waiting for Medicaid approval. In Ohio you may have an insurance company such as CareSource, Molina, Paramount Healthcare, United Health Care (UHC), or Buckeye Community that provides your Ohio Medicaid. For patients in Kentucky, your Kentucky Medicaid may be be provided through WellCare or Coventry Cares. If you don't have insurance and are denied Medicaid coverage you may qualify for our Healthy Beginnings Select Program. Please contact us with any questions about coverage or services.
If you're not sure if you're pregnant go to optionline.org to find the closest pregnancy center for a free pregnancy test. If you have a positive pregnancy test from another medical provider please contact the closest Healthy Beginnings location to schedule an appointment.
At Healthy Beginnings you will see a midwife or a nurse practitioner for your prenatal care. Our onsite dietitians also provides expert advice as part of our commitment to providing a healthy beginning for you and your baby. Staff and volunteers at Healthy Beginnings are highly qualified prenatal medical providers. If you receive your prenatal care with us you will deliver your baby at either Bethesda North Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital or St. Elizabeth South. The Tri-Health Nurse Midwives or hospital resident doctor will deliver your baby.