Prenatal Care Services through Medicaid is a comprehensive prenatal care program that offers complete pregnancy care and other health services to women and teens who live in New York State and meet income guidelines. Health insurance is available for pregnant women regardless of their immigration status. Under Prenatal Care Services, pregnant women receive prenatal health services, such as lab tests, HIV tests, nutrition screenings, and other services related to their pregnancy and for at least two months after delivery. Babies receive health care services for at least one year after birth.
Eligibility Requirements Include:
- Residency: Must be a New York State resident
- Income: Please see chart below for monthly income levels
This chart is only a guide. Individuals should see an enrollment counselor for eligibility screening.
|For each additional person add:||$8,040||$670||$155|
* Pregnant Women count as two individuals.
NOTE: Chart effective January 1, 2013; subject to annual income updates.
Where to Enroll in Prenatal Care Services through Medicaid
Find out where you can enroll in your neighborhood:
Other Helpful Resources
For more information regarding this and other Medicaid programs, please contact an agency listed below:
Human Resources Administration at 1-718-557-1399
To get more information and a referral to a pregnancy care provider, please call the New York State Growing Up Healthy Hotline: 1-800-522-5006 or visit the New York State Department of Health