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Compass Rose Maternity Program

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If you or your spouse are currently expecting or thinking about having a baby, our goal is to make sure you have all the support you need for a healthy pregnancy. The Compass Rose Maternity Program is free to members and offers helpful resources and support before and after your baby arrives.

As a Compass Rose Health Plan member, you can get even more valuable benefits by participating in our Maternity Program, including:

  • A dedicated nurse to provide personalized resources and support
  • Verified expert educational materials, including the CDC’s Hear Her Campaign

Plus, High Option plan members can earn wellness reward points for participating.

Ready to get started? Call our Maternity program at (866) 368-7227 (option 5) from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, or email us at wellness@compassrosebenefits.com.

Prenatal Care for a Healthy Pregnancy

Getting the best prenatal care and reducing the risk of complications has become more important than ever for pregnant Americans. But with so much information out there and so much to deal with all at once, it can be overwhelming. You not only have to think about your health and manage pregnancy symptoms, but you also have the major task of preparing for a new baby.

With the Compass Rose Maternity Program, you have access to trusted resources for managing your prenatal care, so you can have a healthier pregnancy and give your baby the best start possible.

Search our Provider Directory to schedule your first prenatal appointment with your obstetrician, as well as your ongoing appointments, screenings and ultrasounds.

Postpartum Support After Your Baby Arrives

The pregnancy journey is a big one, but it’s just the beginning. It’s still crucial to prioritize your health and know when to call your doctor with concerns — well after your baby’s birth.

Participants can get resources and support for dealing with critical postpartum issues like recovering from a C-section or vaginal birth (and warning signs to watch for), postpartum depression, postpartum hemorrhage, fitness and weight management, and self-care for new parents. Our team also connects Maternity Program members with lactation experts and doula support, as well as breast pumps and supplies.

Having a baby is a life-changing event, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

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How to Get Started

Whether you are planning to have a baby, are already pregnant, or have had a baby recently, we encourage all members to participate in the program and take advantage of your benefits.

Ready to get started? Call our Maternity program at (866) 368-7227 (option 5) from 9 am to 5 pm ET, Monday through Friday, or email us at wellness@compassrosebenefits.com.

Talk to a Nurse

Once enrolled in the program, you can connect with a dedicated Compass Rose Living Well Program nurse for individualized support and coordination of your care, allowing you to have direct, ongoing conversations with the same nurse through your pregnancy and for as long as needed postpartum to help guide and support you on your journey.

Members can also access trustworthy prenatal resources on their own via the searchable health library in myCompass. 

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Maternity Resources

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Nutrition & Exercise During Pregnancy

A healthy diet and exercise during pregnancy have many benefits. Nutritious food can help give your baby the vitamins and minerals needed for growth and development, while exercise can help decrease your risk for certain pregnancy-related conditions and symptoms. Read our blog post Nutrition and Exercise During Pregnancy for tips on making healthy choices, foods to avoid, safe physical activities and more.

Read Nutrition & Exercise During Pregnancy

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Giving Baby a Healthy Start

Regular well-child checkups during your baby’s first 30 months allow pediatricians to provide recommended preventive services, including screenings and immunizations. Plus, your pediatrician can make sure your child is meeting developmental milestones common for his or her age. Learn more about recommended preventive services and why they’re important in our blog post, What Parents Should Know About Well-Baby Checkups

Read What Parents Should Know About Well-Baby Checkups

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