Prenatal Care

One of the biggest things you can do to ensure you have an easy and healthy pregnancy is to get quality prenatal care. As an expectant mother, it is important for you to find a prenatal specialist that you can trust and that you feel comfortable working with.

At the Community Health Center of Snohomish County, we prioritize your pregnancy by offering medical care and regular check-ups. These reduce the risk and likelihood of complications and can dispell fears about your upcoming birth. It is our priority to help pregnant mothers have a safe pregnancy and easy birth.


Our Prenatal Services

Prenatal care is vital both for the mother and baby. Prenatal specialists make sure that you’re getting enough vitamins and proper nutrition for both you and your baby. We also make sure that your baby is growing at a normal rate and that he/she is positioned correctly as the due date draws near.

Prenatal Care

During a prenatal visit with one of our specialists at Community Health Center, we offer a range of services during each visit to help our pregnant mothers have peace of mind. Some of our services include:

  • Physical exams
  • Samples for blood and urine
  • A complete review of your medical history
  • Answers to any questions
  • Estimations for your due date

Knowing exactly how you are doing physically and how your pregnancy is progressing will help you know if you need to make any adjustments to your daily habits or diet. We will put you on the right track to having the best pregnancy possible.

Making An Appointment

On the day of your appointment, you should aim to arrive at our clinic at least fifteen minutes early, this will allow you enough time to get checked in and will help us to keep our appointments on schedule.

While we do offer same day appointments for our expectant mothers needing urgent care, it is still advisable to call ahead and give us notice that you will be coming in.

What To Bring With You To Your Appointment

If you are coming into the Community Health Center clinic for the first time, it is important to provide us with adequate identification. On your first visit, we will need your insurance cards, photo identification, as well as a detailed list of all of your current medication.

Locations Where this Service Is Provided

Community Health Center has several prenatal clinic locations. We have clinics both in North and South Everett, as well as Edmonds and Lynnwood.

If you are an expectant mother, visit one of our Community Health Centers today or contact us today.

Locations Where this Service Is Provided

Helping You Through a Healthy Pregnancy

  • Managment of low-risk prenantal patients

What To Bring On Your First Visit

  • Medical insurance card, Medicaid coupon and/or Medicare card
  • Proof of income (pay stubs, tax return)
  • Photo ID
  • A list of all medications