Women’s Health Programs

What is Women’s Health? Women’s Health includes all things that help you live a healthy lifestyle at all ages. There may be programs in your area that focus on Women’s Health.

HPSJ has Nurses that can help you answer medical questions and connect you with classes and groups in your area. We have Social Workers that can get you connected with counseling, and if you’re not sure what you might need we have Patient Health Navigators to guide you through the process. HPSJ is here to help you take control of your health.

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Member Services Representatives are available to assist you Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.


We want to hear from you!

Member AccountHPSJ would like you to join us and be a part of our Health Education Committee. This is a space where members can come and learn about the population efforts Health Plan of San Joaquin is taking.

Women’s Health Education Material

Women's HealthBeing up-to-date with wellness checks can help detect problems early. Download our Women’s Health Materials to learn more! Our Women’s Health Initiative aims to educate and inform you about the importance of self-care.

Prenatal Program HPSJ is excited to announce the Prenatal Program. Click on the button to learn more.

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Health Programs

There may be programs in your area that focus on Women’s Health. These programs can be a fun way to learn more about what makes women’s health special. HPSJ also has programs just for women.

HPSJ Programs

We’re excited to announce our Prenatal Health Program. Our Prenatal Health Program is for pregnant women who may want more information on how to have a healthy pregnancy.

Healthy Rewards

If you’re pregnant you could get a free Walmart gift card just for going to your first appointment. Our Prenatal Health Program can get you connected.

Advice Nurse Line

Sometimes you need to talk to a nurse when you cannot talk to your doctor. The Advice Nurse helps you with any health problem you or someone in your family has. 
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Posted on June 20th, 2019 and last modified on December 9th, 2020.