Maternity Management

Coming Attractions supports mothers throughout their pregnancy and postpartum care. It also assists with neonatal intensive care unit infants or other babies with special needs until they are one year old. You do not have to wait until you have seen your physician to enroll in Coming Attractions. 

There are two ways to enroll: 

  1. Download the My Health Planner App from the App Store or Google Play. Select Create New Account and enter the access code SCBEGIN to get started. 

  1. Call Medi-Call at 803-699-3337 or 800-925-9724 to talk to a maternity nurse or health coach to complete a brief maternity health screening. 

Members can also receive certain electric or manual breast pumps at no member cost. Members can learn how to get a breast pump by enrolling in Coming Attractions.  

Breast Pump 

As a State Health Plan primary member, you have two options when ordering your breast pump: 

  1. Get a prescription from your network obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) and use it when you order. 

  1. Order without a prescription. After you order, the vendor will contact your ob-gyn to verify details. 

When you order your breast pump, you will need: 

  • Your State Health Plan ID card. 

  • Your due date or child’s date of birth. 

  • Your OB/GYN’s name, phone number and office address. 

  • A prescription if you want to receive your pump faster. 

The same breast pump equipment is available from two vendors. You can place your order by phone, email or online. 

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Edwards Health Care Services

NOTE: The previously mentioned process does not apply to members residing outside of South Carolina. Out-of-state members should order from a durable medical equipment (DME) network provider where the pump will be delivered. You can find a doctor or facility by logging in to My Health Toolkit®. Select Find Care, then Find a Doctor. You should have your doctor’s prescription on hand when contacting the DME provider. 

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