Women’s Health accepts Medicaid and most major insurance plans.
For uninsured patients, we offer a sliding fee scale based on income for most services. Proof of income is required to determine eligibility. If you are uninsured and eligible for health insurance, we ask that you meet with our enrollment specialist prior to receiving services.
Women’s Health is dedicated to assuring that everyone has access to the healthcare services they require in order to stay in control of their gynecological and sexual health.
As a woman you have unique healthcare needs that we have the specific knowledge to address. Whether you need birth control, gynecological services, abortion care, or a mammogram, we can help. Learn more about our services for women.
Women’s Health provides services for men. We can answer your sexual health questions, expand pregnancy prevention options, get you tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and help you support your partner. Learn more about our services for men.
For anyone under the age of 20, visit our Teen Clinic – it’s free or low-cost and it’s confidential! You can ask your questions in a private setting, get birth control, pick up condoms, get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and get a yearly check up. Learn more about Teen Clinic.
If you are a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Transgender or Intersex person, we understand that you have distinct reproductive healthcare needs. Our practitioners are trained to provide you with safe, appropriate, and confidential care. Learn more about our LGBTIQ services.
During your visit to Women’s Health, our clinicians will want to know specifically what you mean when you use the word “sex.” We know that the word “sex” can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For many, “sex” describes penis-vaginal intercourse. For others, it means anal intercourse, and for others the word “sex” can mean kissing, touching genitals, oral sex and more. By understanding your definition of “sex,” we can provide you with the best care possible.