Perinatal Services offers no-cost pregnancy testing for Medi-Cal eligible women and assistance with obtaining Medi-Cal and pregnancy related medical care.
Perinatal Services offers several outpatient specialty education programs: Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP), diabetes and pregnancy education, breastfeeding education, and childbirth education.
Physician Referrals may be faxed to the Redlands office at (909) 478-6755
Our business hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Closed on major holidays.) Please call (909) 793-6330 to schedule your appointment or walk-in for same day service.
802 W. Colton Ave., Suite D, Redlands CA 92374 - Main Office
255 Terracina Blvd., Suite 104B, Redlands CA 92373 - Open by appointment only
11985 4th St., Suite 116, Yucaipa CA 92399 - Open by appointment only
Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program
The Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) provides a variety of services and education to women prior to delivery and up to 60 days after delivery. Goals of the program are to decrease the incidence of low birth weight in infants, to improve the outcome of every pregnancy, to give every baby a healthy start in life and to lower health care costs by preventing catastrophic and chronic illness in infants and children. The CPSP program is a Medi-Cal sponsored program for women who are pregnant and are enrolled in straight Medi-Cal or a Medi-Cal Managed Care Plan. Services include:
- Assistance with obtaining Medi-Cal
- Access to pre-natal vitamins
- Childbirth preparation
- Health and nutrition education
- Pregnancy support and education
- Psychosocial evaluation and individualized counseling
- Post-partum support and education
- Referrals to community service agencies
Diabetes and Pregnancy Education
The Diabetes and Pregnancy Education Program provides education, evaluation and intervention for pregnant women with diabetes or for women with diabetes planning to become pregnant. The goal of the program is to improve pregnancy outcomes for women who have diabetes or who develop diabetes during pregnancy (gestational diabetes) and to reduce fetal deaths and neonatal and maternal complications due to diabetes. Services include an initial evaluation and follow-up by a registered nurse and dietician.
The Breastfeeding program provides breastfeeding education and support. Appointments are available for group, and individual one-on-one education. A friend and/or relative may attend your individual one-on-one appointment.
The childbirth preparation courses prepare the pregnant women and family for childbirth. Classes are designed to provide practical and useful tools in preparation of childbirth, such as:
- What to expect throughout the pregnancy
- What to expect during delivery
- Breastfeeding education and problem-solving solutions for successful breastfeeding
- Mother-Baby units orientation tour
Perinatal Services is proud to partner with
who provides funding for this program.