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Los Angeles County
Department of Public Health
Maternal, Child, & Adolescent Health Programs

600 S. Commonwealth Ave.,
8th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90005
Tel: (213) 639-6400
Fax: (213) 639-1034
Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP)

The Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) is an enhanced obstetrical program for Medi-Cal eligible pregnant women that includes health education, nutrition, and psychosocial assessments and interventions. Certified providers have submitted applications to the State Maternal Child Health Branch which have been approved, indicating that they meet all Title 22 CPSP requirements. Any Medi-Cal provider who is in good standing with Medi-Cal and the Medical Board, and is licensed to provide prenatal care, is eligible to apply as a CPSP provider.

Disclaimer: "This is not a list of all approved CPSP providers in Los Angeles County. It contains only those CPSP providers in Los Angeles County (excluding the cities of Pasadena and Long Beach) who are currently offering CPSP services." 

To view a list of CPSP providers offering CPSP services in Los Angeles County, excluding Long Beach and Pasadena, click the links below. These providers should offer CPSP support services to all Medi-Cal pregnant women in their practices. If a provider on this list is identified as not providing CPSP currently, please call the CPSP Administration office at (213) 639-6419. Patients enrolled in a managed care health plan should contact their plan for referral to a contracting physician.





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What's New in CPSP

CPSP Provider Trainings

LA County is now offering trainings!

Once a quarter, we will be having a CPSP Overview training from 8:00am to 4:00pm at the California Endowment in Downtown Los Angeles (conveniently located one block from Union Station via the Red or Gold Line).

The training will include an overview of the CPSP program including LA County's new forms and current resources for new staff or staff that have not been to training and need a refresher.

The training and parking are free!

Registration information for ALL trainings offered will be distributed per our CPSP provider email list.


Zika Virus Update

Zika is a mosquito-borne virus. In Mexico and Central America, the site of a large ongoing Zika outbreak, there has been a substantial increase in the number of babies born with microcephaly (small head circumference). Please click here for important information for obstetric providers and pregnant women. For a CPSP provider in-service training on Zika, please contact our office at (213) 639-6419.


Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Pertussis is on the rise. We strongly recommend that CPSP providers offer/refer pregnant patients for Tdap during 3rd trimester to protect newborns from pertussis. Visit CPSP website or to learn more about what your office can do to prevent pertussis.


Choose Health LA Moms

Choose LA Moms is a free, internet-based six-month program to help moms get to a healthier weight after having a baby. It encourages new moms to drink more water, walk, and breastfeed. Resources and referrals are available for participants. Refer your patients to: ph.lacounty.gov/LAMoms



Be Prepared For Your Quality Assurance Visit! 

Use this quality assurance checklist to make sure everything is ready to go before your next QA visit.   


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