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  •  321-454-7131

    Mailing Address

    2565 Judge Fran Jamieson Way 

    Viera, FL 32940 


This is a photo of a pregnant woman.Pregnancy is a special time for taking care of yourself and your unborn child. Early and regular prenatal care is important. The Florida Department of Health in Brevard County (DOH-Brevard) encourages you to begin your prenatal care with your physician or with us.

DOH-Brevard offers Comprehensive Prenatal Care through Physicians, Certified Midwives, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Registered Dieticians, Social Workers, Lactation Specialists, Lab Technicians and Health Educators.

Specialized services include:
AllThis is a generic photo of an ultrasound. Brevard County residents are eligible for prenatal services. For those who do not meet requirements for Medicaid, services are provided with a fee based on income. Medicaid applications may be completed and submitted at all three clinic locations.

For more information, or to schedule an eligibility intake appointment for the Melbourne, Viera or Titusville Clinic, call 321-637-7300.

Count the Kicks 

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Count the Kicks is an evidence-based stillbirth prevention and awareness program that teaches expectant parents the method for, and importance of, tracking fetal movement daily during the third trimester of pregnancy.

The Florida Department of Health is excited to share with expectant parents and providers this evidence-based program designed to prevent stillbirths. For more information visit

My Birth Matters Florida 

Did you know? Cesarean sections (C-sections) can be important and even lifesaving in some circumstances. But many C-sections can be avoided. A C-section is a major surgery and that can mean more chances for complications, like infections and heavy blood loss. They also take longer for mothers to heal from. Once a woman has a C-section, she has a greater chance of having a C-section or preterm birth in future pregnancies. Florida’s C-section rate has been consistently higher than the Healthy People 2030 target goal of 23.6 percent.

The Florida Department of Health (Department), the Agency for Health Care Administration (Agency), the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative (FPQC), and the Florida Hospital Association (FHA) are launching the My Birth Matters Florida campaign, modeled after the California My Birth Matters campaign ( The purpose of the campaign is to promote vaginal deliveries and reduce unnecessary C-section deliveries for expectant mothers with low-risk pregnancies.

For more information, including parent and provider resources, visit