Healthy Pregnancy Healthy Pregnancy

For Moms and Babies

Preparing for your new baby is an exciting time! Part of that preparation needs to include preparing yourself, both physically and emotionally, for the changes that are on the way.

 


Healthy Pregnancy Program

The HPI Healthy Pregnancy Program is a complimentary program that provides support and resources for healthy moms and babies. We want to make sure you are cared for and get answers to all of the questions you have during your journey—from pregnancy, to delivery, to postpartum care.

To enroll:

Call: 888-975-8185, presss 2 and leave a confidential voicemail message

Email: HealthyPregnancy@healthplansinc.com

Program Features:

  • A welcome gift: the Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy
  • Access to one-on-one support from a Healthy Pregnancy Care Coordinator
  • Online resources for a healthy pregnancy
  • Valuable tips and reminders with Text4Baby
  • Postpartum education and support
  • A celebration gift: What to Expect the First Year

Tips, Tools & Support:

  • Schedule check-in calls with your care coordinator each trimester
  • Discuss preventive care and questions to bring to your obstetrician
  • Learn about healthy lifestyles in pregnancy, including nutrition, weight gain, hydration, and exercise

 

Know What to Expect

Learn about routine tests, exercise, healthy eating, preparing for childbirth, breastfeeding and more.

Pregnancy information from the CDC

Before Pregnancy

During Pregnancy

After the Baby Arrives


 

Text4baby

text4baby

Click on the image above to sign up, or text the word "baby" (or "bebe" to receive messages in Spanish) to 511411. Whether you are an expecting mother or a new mother, you will receive valuable tips and reminders for a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

For more information about Text4baby and the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition, go to text4baby.org


 

Pregnancy Tools

Fertility Calculator

Calculate your due date

 

Additional Resources

Information about pregnancy from March of Dimes

Healthy Children From the American Academy of Pediatrics

National Women’s Health Information Center