OUR SERVICES

Primary Care

We provide primary care services throughout your pregnancy, after your baby is born, and between births.When treating common causes of nausea, epigastric pain/gastroesophageal reflux, and chronic diseases, lifestyle modifications are considered the safest and first-choice therapy, followed by well-established low-risk therapies.  

 

In addition to primary care, we coordinate your obstetrical care with physicians, who respect your birth plan, use minimum medical interventions, and who have low rates of C-sections and preterm births.

 

We also advocate on your behalf to ensure that you receive high quality, evidence based care throughout your pregnancy and birth.  

Free Pregnancy Testing

We offer lab-quality pregnancy testing certified by the Mississippi Department of Health. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 6 pm by appointment only. 

Our tests are Free, Confidential, and Non-Judgmental.

Call 769-572-0000 or click here to make an appointment request.

Home Health Care

Clients are assigned a health worker who provides health education, health coaching, support, and patient advocacy throughout the pregnancy, birth, and postpartum periods during regular home health visits to ensure  accomplish their birth goals. The relationship between the health worker and client is crucial to birth outcomes.  Health workers make regular visits to clients' homes to screen for prenatal health risks such as blood pressure, temperature, weight gain, signs of premature birth and preeclampsia and other complications that may negatively affect the outcome of your birth.  

After the baby is born the health worker returns to assist with breastfeeding and to check for health risks associated with infant and maternal death.

Prenatal Nutrition Education

We teach and coach you to eat healthy during your pregnancy so you gain adequate weight. 

 

Overweight and obese women are at an increased risk of several pregnancy problems. These problems include gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, preeclampsia, preterm birth, and cesarean delivery. Babies of overweight and obese women also are at greater risk of certain problems, such as birth defects, macrosomia with possible birth injury, and childhood obesity.   

Prenatal Vitamins

Our plan of care includes Vitamin Angels prenatal vitamins that have been proven to reduce rates of preterm births, low birth weight babies, and infant death.

Birth Support

During delivery, our staff will be in constant and close proximity to you, providing comfort with pain-relief techniques including breathing techniques, relaxation techniques, massage, and laboring positions. They will serve as an advocate for you, encouraging and helping you to experience a positive and save birth. 

Watch this video from Doula Diaries here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2NJxt6m14E

Breastfeeding Support

Our staff will educate you about breastfeeding and help you to begin breastfeeding immediately following your birth. 

 

Our staff will also provide you with breastfeeding support in the home.

Postpartum Care

Health workers continue to provide support in the home after the baby is born: including screening for birth defects, maternal complications, teaching parents how to care for an infant child, and providing breastfeeding counseling. Clients also receive a final primary care visit to prepare for their next birth.

Physician Referrals

We provide coordinated care, including referrals to obstetricians who help our patients to have the type of birth experience they desire

 

Dr. K. Lindsay Jerome's clinic site

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Dr. Natasha Hardeman's clinic site

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Dr. Natasha Phillips' clinic site

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