The prenatal services at Lebanon Family Health are available to any pregnant woman. Services are geared primarily to low-income, uninsured and underinsured women. Patients are followed from conception through delivery. Delivery occurs at WellSpan in cooperation with WellSpan Family Medicine. Patients who are determined high-risk are referred to other providers.
The prenatal staff includes WellSpan Family Medicine physician and residents, Lebanon Family Health Services Mid-level clinician, and one of our medical support staff. The Medical Director for prenatal is Elizabeth Muhiire, MD, Medical Director for Quality and Innovation WellSpan Medical Group.
Clean Air for Healthy Children
Clean Air for Healthy Children is designed to educate individuals on the dangers of smoking and second hand smoke, to encourage individuals to quit smoking, and to assist those who choose to quit by providing additional resources.
This program is provided free to all prenatal patients, medical patients and WIC clients who currently use tobacco products.
Individuals who wish to quit smoking can participate in the Freedom from Smoking® cessation classes at Lebanon Family Health Services or call the Pennsylvania Quit Line at 877–724-1090.
For more information about the Clean Air for Healthy Children Program or Freedom from Smoking®, please call 717–273-6741 or WIC at 717–273-6940.
The MOM Matters program is designed to be a comprehensive and positive prenatal experience for women, as well as to minimize risks of a sub-optimal pregnancy outcome.
Staff contributing to this program includes the prenatal staff, RN, WellSpan Social Worker, Visiting Nurse Association, and representatives from other social service agencies.
- Arrangement for lab services
- Family planning services
- Genetic risk assessment
- Home health services
- Home visits
- One-on-one comprehensive contact and care
- Outreach services for enrollment
- Parenting classes
- Psychosocial services
- Smoking cessation classes
- WIC services
- Drug & alcohol referral services
For more information about the prenatal services or MOM Matters program, please call (717) 273‑6741.