Prenatal Program

In partnership with All Valley Women’s Care

patient-centered maternal health

If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you are an Eagle or Pitkin County resident, and you have Medicaid or ESO Medicaid, this program is for you.

Prenatal clinics are held weekly at Community Health with a bilingual prenatal coordinator, and certified nurse midwife or physician. All Valley Women’s Care conducts the visit. The prenatal program provides patient-centered screening, monitoring, education, nutrition, referrals, case management, routine labs, vaccines and dental care for optimal pregnancy outcomes. Births take place at Aspen Valley Hospital Birth Center.

Be Proactive

Get prenatal care as soon as you think you’re pregnant

Go to all of your scheduled prenatal visits too. Typically your prenatal care with a midwife or doctor will include:

  • 1 visit each month for the first 6 months
  • 2 visits each month in the 7th and 8th months
  • 1 visit  each week in the 9th month
  • 1 visit 6-8 weeks after your baby is born (postpartum)

Prenatal Package

Timely prenatal, birth and postpartum care are essential for the health of women and their babies. Community Health Provides prenatal care through a partnership with All Valley Women’s Care and Eagle County Public Health.

Regular Medicaid (Pitkin & Eagle County Only) 


Emergency Medicaid (ESO)

(Pitkin & Eagle County Only) 


ESO Fees cover: Two ultrasounds, maternal  labs, maternal t navigation, vaccines, dental screening and dental cleaning, birth at Aspen Valley Hospital and postpartum visit at 6 – 8 weeks. 

Pay within first 30 days = $300 discount

Full payment required before delivery  

If you need help paying for prenatal care

We can help

Health First Colorado, Colorado’s Medicaid Program. To find out if you qualify, visit or call 1-800-221-3943.

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