Wake County Pregnancy Care Management Services are focused on healthy, positive outcomes for pregnant women and their children. Providing care management to prenatal patients screened and referred by Pregnancy medical Homes and other providers of prenatal care

 

The Pregnancy Care Manager (PCM) can:

  
  1. Help you identify your needs and make a plan to address them.
  2. Work closely with you and your doctor to understand your needs
  3. Help you manage any medicines that you might have
  4. Help you organize services and resources that will benefit you
  5. Work hand in hand with you to help you have a healthy baby
 
 

 Your PCM is here to Help!
 

 

If You Are Pregnant and Need Prenatal Care

And you currently receive Medicaid:
  1. Contact your Medicaid caseworker or the Pregnancy Care Management Program to request Pregnancy Medical Homes or Prenatal Care Providers in your area
  2. Contact your local health department who may be a Pregnancy Medical Home
  3. You may choose any prenatal provider that accepts Medicaid
   
 
 

And do not receive Medicaid:

  
  1. Contact your local department of Social Services or the Pregnancy Care Management Program for information on applying for Medicaid
  2. Contact your local health department to initiate early prenatal care
  3. When you are approved for Medicaid, you may be able to transfer to a different PMH or another prenatal provider that accepts Medicaid
  4. If you are not Medicaid eligible, you may receive limited Pregnancy Care Management services if you have specific high risk factors that may affect your health and your baby’s health.
 
  

Monday–Friday

8:30 a.m.–5:15 p.m.

10 Sunnybrook Road
Raleigh NC 27610
 
919-250-4640
 
 
 

Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC), Division of Public Health (DPH) and the Medical Assistance Program want you to be healthy and have a healthy baby.