Expectant mothers are assured of the best care at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers. We’ve added new physicians to our team and expanded our services to provide more classes, more personalized help, and special services to make sure moms and babies get off to a great start.
Your team of experts includes physicians and a nurse/midwife for prenatal visits and birth assistance. We offer a comprehensive program of prenatal health education to support the family through pregnancy and the birth experience. The program includes group and individual education on topics such as nutrition, exercise, healthy pregnancy, birthing classes, and ongoing breast feeding support. They are fun and informative.
From classes to social support and family planning, you will receive state-of-the-art care before, during, and after pregnancy. Santa Rosa Community Health Centers wants to be part of your growing family!
Our services include:
- Prenatal, birth, and post-partum care
- Pap smears and pelvic exams
- Health education
- Social support services
- Mental health services, as needed
- Breast feeding support
- Family planning
- Specialist referrals, as needed on an individual basis
Locations Where Obstetrics and Gynecology Services are Provided:
For a list of our obstetrics and gynecology providers, please click here.
Insurance and Fees:
Everyone is welcome at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers, even if you are uninsured or cannot afford to pay.
We accept Medi-Cal, Medicare, CMSP, Healthy Families, FamilyPACT, Gateway/CHDP, and offer low-cost fees if you are uninsured. Families needing help to apply for low-income insurance can call 707-547-2222 (Southwest) or 707-303-3600, ext. 504, (Vista) for an appointment with our Certified Application Assistants.
No medical insurance? Not a problem. If you are uninsured, we offer a sliding-fee scale for office visits; the exact fee is calculated based on your family size and monthly income.
For more information on insurance and fees, please click here.
SRCHC offers a special prenatal and post-partum program for pregnant women and their families called Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP). Services include education, nutrition guidance, breast feeding support, birthing classes, and much more.
- Monica Madrigal, Health Educator (SCHC at Lombardi Court)
- Celia Beltran, Health Educator (SCHC at Lombardi Court)
- Esthela Flores, Health Educator (SCHC at Lombardi Court
- Kalanete Baruch, RN, OB Services Coordinator (Vista Family Health Center)
- Estella Sierra, Health Educator (Vista Family Health Center)
- Carmen Walsh, Health Educator (Vista Family Health center)
Breast Feeding Support:
Drop-in services available twice weekly with lactation consultants.