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Pregnancy Resources for New Patients

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Pregnancy Resources for New Patients

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We’re so happy you’ve selected AdvantageCare Physicians (ACPNY) for your pre- and post-natal care. We know that having a baby is one of life’s most wonderful experiences, which is why we’ll be with you from your first appointment all the way through the birth of your child and beyond. The information below will guide you on the hospital where you're expecting to give birth, the providers who will take care of you during this special time, and which tests can be expected before you go into labor. You’ll also find answers to many of the questions that typically come up for expectant mothers. Thanks for choosing us, and we look forward to being your partner for this special journey.


COVID-19 Vaccine Safety:  If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding and haven’t been vaccinated, we want you to know that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe. Learn more from this blog post by ACPNY’s Dr. Bruno Casanova.


Get to Know Our Providers and Hospital Partners:

APCNY Providers are able to deliver your baby at these hospitals:

And our provider partners will deliver your baby at the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center.


Your Pre-Natal Visits:

This handy sheet gives you an at-a-glance of view of the doctor’s visits to expect over the next nine months, including the tests you’ll get at each of them. You can always ask your obstetrician to look over this guide with you and answer any questions you have.


Pre-Natal Visits: What Tests Should I Get and When?

Answers to Your Questions:

Patients often have questions about the topics below, so we’re providing you with helpful information and answers from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).

Receive Financial Aid Through The Bridge Project

The Bridge Project, a program administered by the City of New York, provides cash to eligible mothers in New York City to help ease the financial burden of raising a young child. If selected for the program, you can receive up to $1,000 monthly for 36 months, starting in your third trimester. This cash can be spent on food, formula, childcare, diapers, rent – anything that might help you and your child during this time.

Learn more about The Bridge Project, eligibility, and how to apply:

In observance of Memorial Day, most ACPNY offices will be operating on a holiday schedule. For your convenience, select offices will remain open. Learn more.