Get a healthy start!
Your health can affect your baby’s health. Our prenatal registry will help you have a healthy pregnancy and baby.
What is the prenatal registry?
Our promotion & prevention (public health) nursing services provide prenatal services that help you to live healthy and have a healthy baby. Register as early in your pregnancy as possible so that you can:
- pre-register for the birth of your baby
- have questions answered and get important information
- get a free copy of Baby’s Best Chance book
- feel supported
- get connected to services, such as support from a public health nurse
Who should register?
All pregnant women in the following areas:
- Central Okanagan
- Williams Lake/Cariboo Chilcotin
The prenatal registry plans to expand to include all other areas of Interior Health in 2013.
When can I call?
Anytime! A nurse is available Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 3 pm PST / 11 am to 4 pm MST. Please leave a message outside of these hours or if the nurse is on the phone and you will receive a return call.
What services are available?
You will receive support and/or referrals for your individual needs. Topics may include:
- alcohol and tobacco
- sexual health
- immunization and more…
How do I register?
Please fill out the secure prenatal registry form and submit as early as possible in your pregnancy to pre-register for the birth of your baby. Once your form has been processed, a public health nurse will contact you to complete the screening questionnaire and offer referrals and resources in your area.
You can also contact us directly, tollfree at 1-855-868-7710.