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CPSP Information, Forms and Protocols for Providers

Who can be a CPSP Provider? 

A physician, certified nurse midwife, certified family or pediatric nurse practitioner, hospital, community clinic, or medical group that provides prenatal care, has a valid Medi-Cal provider number, and is in good standing with state licensing and regulatory agencies can submit a CPSP application. 

Reimbursement for CPSP 

CPSP providers can receive fee-for-service reimbursement for the cost of delivering comprehensive perinatal services. More information is included in the Medi-Cal Provider Manual. 

How to apply for CPSP 

Call the Orange County Perinatal Services Coordinator’s office at 714-834-8227 for more information. 

Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH)

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CPSP Application


Forms for Making Changes to an Approved CPSP Application

CPSP Assessment Forms


CPSP Provider Resource Guide and Protocols


Perinatal Health Education Resources

Medi-Cal Resources

For assistance on billing and claims follow-up for the following programs:

  • Obstetrics (OB)
  • Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP)
  • Presumptive Eligibility (PE)
  • Family PACT
  • Cancer Detection Programs: Every Woman Counts (Formerly BCEDP)
  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP)

Contact the Telephone Service Center at (800) 541-5555

Medi-Cal Information
(916) 636-1200

Medi-Cal Provider Enrollment
(800) 541-5555

Medi-Cal Fraud Reporting
(800) 822-6222

California State University, Sacramento
(800) 858-7743 (State Contractor for CPSP Training)

Page Last Updated: 6/16/22