Prenatal Program Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $40,400
Maximum: $45,000



Start Date



60 Madison Avenue
5th Floor
New York
United States


POSITION SUMMARY: As part of a multi-disciplinary team is responsible for coordinating a wide range of clinical outreach and education relating to prenatal health, specifically breastfeeding, postpartum health, and reproductive health to improve health outcomes for pregnant persons, new parents, and their children.

If you are interested in this position, please apply here by submitting your cover letter and resume!  

Essential Functions of our Prenatal Program Coordinators:

  • Support the Women’s Health Department in maintaining quality standards and services that are in accordance with the recommended clinical guidelines for prenatal and postpartum services.
  • Provide prenatal, postpartum, and infant care education to prenatal patients and people of childbearing age in the clinic setting.
  • Conduct and document prenatal and postpartum assessments, including but not limited to lactation assessments, safe sleep assessments, and postpartum depression screening.
  • Identify prenatal patients at CHN health centers and follow-up to ensure patients made the appointment and reschedule/follow up as needed.
  • Provide home visits, as needed for high-risk and non-compliant prenatal and postpartum patients up to 4 months postpartum to assess infant’s initial milestones and SIDS/safe sleep risk.
  • Coordinate prenatal and postpartum appointments for routine/follow-up care, delivery, and connect patients to specialty services, particularly nutritionists and behavioral health services and external referrals.
  • Track and monitor the collection process for weights of infants delivered by CHN prenatal patients, and coordinate follow-up efforts with the Women’s Health Manager.
  • Assist with data collection and analysis to measure prenatal care and birth outcomes.
  • Participate and record CHN’s internal Prenatal Committee meetings to identify and address areas for improvement in clinical services.
  • Collaborate with the Health Literacy Department to identify patient materials for prenatal, postpartum, infant care, and breastfeeding education that need to be updated and/or developed as needed, seeing the process to completion.
  • Complete any necessary reports and forms, and document patient services in the appropriate medical record.
  • Travel between health centers and balances schedule to provide education at multiple sites.
  • Plan and participate in special CHN events, such as World Breastfeeding Week.
  • Identify community resources for health education resources and/or services.


What You Will Gain:

• Dynamic & Supportive integrated team environment 

• Ability to be at forefront of integrated patient care 

• Excellent benefits and PTO package (as little as $10 - $40 per paycheck for excellent health   benefits, dental benefits free!) 

• 403b Retirement Fund

• Transportation benefits 

Level of Language Proficiency

Spanish a plus.

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree