Access your health record & ask a question
All clients: click here to access your health record or ask a non-urgent medical question. Please allow us one business day to respond to any non-urgent matters. Questions sent on weekends or holidays will be addressed on the next business day.
How to page the midwife on call
If you are in labor or having an emergency, please call the office at 412.321.6880 and press option 5.
Request an appointment
If you're a new or existing client you can make an appointment by calling our front office at 412.321.6880 or you may request an appointment online.
Start prenatal care
Pregnant and interested in starting care with us? Please head over to Start Prenatal Care
We have a relationship with the Western Pennsylvania Diaper Bank that allows us to offer free newborn diapers to any clients who qualify, based on income and family size. Please ask for more information at your next appointment.
East End Community Thrift Vouchers
We have a relationship with the East End Community Thrift Store that allows us to offer free store vouchers to any clients who qualify, based on income and family size. Please ask for more information at your nextappointment.
We require expecting first time mothers to take the three core classes - Childbearing Essentials, Breastfeeding and Newborn Care. We offer class scholarships for clients who qualify based on income and family size. Please ask for more information at your next appointment. Learn more about our classes.
In order to keep our services accessible to people who speak languages other than English, we have several staff members who speak Spanish. In addition, we have an agreement with a phone interpretation line for people who speak other languages.
Many women and families qualify for benefits through WIC, the Pennsylvania Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. WIC provides nutrition services, breastfeeding support, health care and social service referrals, and healthy foods. Learn more.
PA Medical Assistance and options for those without insurance
If you do not have insurance you may quality for Pennsylvania Medical Assistance (also known as Medicaid). We recommend applying online. Please visit the Department of Human Services for more information. Often, the Dept. of Human Services requires a signed verification of pregnancy from a healthcare provider. If you would like us to verify your pregnancy, please call to schedule an appointment at 412.321.6880.
If you're pregnant and uninsured, the following services can be applied for through one universal application at the Department of Human Services: Medical Assistance; CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program); Cash Assistance (TANF); Child Care Works Childcare Subsidy Program (Child Care Information Services - CCIS)
Food Stamps (SNAP); LIHEAP (Low Income Housing Energy Assistance Program).
Please visit our Insurance & Payment page to learn more about options for receiving primary gynecological care and prenatal care if you do not have insurance.
To learn about other options for obtaining health insurance, please visit healthcare.gov.
New and soon-to-be parents: Whether this is your first time parenting or your fifth, you likely have many questions about caring for your new baby. NuturePA is here to help! This convenient, text-based program pairs you with another parent who can help you find answers to your questions, and provide advice and support to you using evidenced-based information and real-life parenting experience. If you're a new parent interested in building a relationship with a mentor or if you're interested in becoming a mentor yourself, please contact Renae Green, Community Engagement Coordinator at email@example.com or 412.3621.6880 x210.
Whether you're seeing us for gynecological, prenatal, or postpartum care, we can meet with you and help you locate resources and programs that may be beneficial to you and your family. Please ask about this at your next visit, or contact Renae Green, Community Engagement Coordinator at 412.321.6880 x210