Building life skills for adolescents
Building life skills for adolescents
Teaching practical Life lessons
Teaching practical Life lessons
Engaging Teens and Creating Hope
Engaging Teens and Creating Hope

New Hope Teen Pregnancy Program

Pregnancy can be one of the most complex experiences a teen ever faces, having a profound impact on the rest of their life. Helping teens find answers to their questions and discover their hidden strengths is very important. We recognize these issues and have developed a safe place for teens to find guidance and help during the journey of teen pregnancy. New Hope Teen Pregnancy Program is a specialty clinic of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Maricopa Medical Center. This program provides specialized prenatal care, teen childbirth & life skill classes, and connection to community resources. View our brochure.

Clinic Locations

Comprehensive Health Center
2525 East Roosevelt, St, Phoenix AZ 85008 Phone 602-344-5407
Teen Clinic Appointments Tuesdays 8am-4pm
Provider: Tammalynn Bambulas, Certified Nurse-Midwife
Classes offered on Tuesday from 4pm-6pm. Call to register for the next session of classes!
Call Medical Assistant Lucy Almanza at 602-344-2693 for questions or to leave a message for Tammalynn.

Maryvale Family Health Center
4011 N. 51rst Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85031 Ph: 623-344-6900
Teen Clinic appointments Thursdays 7:30am-3:30pm
Provider: Suzanne “Sam” Hanson, Certified Nurse-Midwife
Classes offered on Thursday from 2pm-4pm. Call to register for the next session of classes!
Call Medical Assistant Eileen Hernandez at 623-344-6943 for questions or to leave a message for Sam.

 

Connect to Community Resources

Licensed Social Worker available to offer helpful resources

Domestic Violence Counselor gives training and resources

Home Health Agency Connections to all who would like to participate

Family Learning Center with many videos, books, and computer resources available on site

 

Director of the Teen Pregnancy Program


Tammalynn Bambulas, CNM - Creator and founder of New Hope Teen Pregnancy Program, Tammalynn Bambulas has had a passion to work with teens for many years. Tammalynn truly takes the time to listen to her patients and give special attention to the unique needs of her adolescent patients. Prior to becoming a midwife, she was a registered nurse in labor and delivery. She has been a Certified Nurse-Midwife since 1997. She has worked in various teen programs and has been working at Maricopa Medical Center since 2002. She first piloted the New Hope Teen Pregnancy Program at MIHS in 2004. Since then the program has been growing and has now expanded to 3 locations! Tammalynn has 3 teen daughters herself and enjoys volunteering in an organization in her community where she mentors teen girls.