Mission Statement: To improve access, quality and utilization of health care for pregnant women and children in SoonerCare.
Pregnancy services are offered to qualified Oklahoma women to increase the likelihood of a healthy pregnancy and birth. Regular prenatal care is important in order to monitor how the pregnancy is going and it also helps spot any potential health problems before they become serious.
Some services may need a referral or prior approval by your doctor. If you have questions on coverage please call the Oklahoma Health Care Authority member helpline at 800-987-7767.
Services for obstetrical care may include:
- Routine visits
- Specialty visits (when medically necessary)
- Delivery services
- Labs & diagnostics related to pregnancy
- Maternal & infant health social work
- Lactation consultation services
- Tobacco cessation
- Diabetes testing supplies
- Genetic counseling
- High risk obstetric care (when medically necessary)
- Postpartum coverage
Please note: Breast pumps are not covered. For assistance with breast pumps, please visit the WIC website.
- Must be an Oklahoma resident
- Meet citizenship or legal immigration status guidelines
- Meet financial and resource standards
- Must provide a proof of pregnancy
You may apply in person at your local OKDHS county office. The OKDHS workers will assist you in applying for SoonerCare benefits.
- You will receive an approval/denial letter letting you know whether you will receive SoonerCare, if you need to turn in more documentation or if your application has been denied.
- If approved, you will need to choose a Primary Care Physician (PCP) right away (please see Choosing a Provider section below) and make an appointment to begin or continue your prenatal care.
- You no longer need to show your SoonerCare ID card for medical appointments. You will need to know your medical ID number to fill prescriptions. If you are asked to show an ID card, you can now print it from the member portal if you applied online. If you applied through the Department of Human Services, they can print an ID card for you.
Choosing a Provider
Visit our provider page for a list of lactation consultants, maternal and infant health licensed clinical social workers, dentists and PCPs.
You may choose an obstetric provider of your choice as long as he/she is a SoonerCare contracted provider and their office is accepting new patients.
For questions regarding how to choose a provider please call the SoonerCare Helpline at 800-987-7767.