Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does Women’s Health accept patients with Medicaid or health insurance?
Yes, Women’s Health sees patients with Medicaid and accepts most major insurance plans.
Please call your insurance company to verify that we are in network prior to making an appointment. Let us know which health insurance plan you have when you schedule your appointment and bring your insurance card to your visit.
2. How do I schedule an appointment?
Call 303-442-5160 to make an appointment at either the Boulder or Longmont clinic.
See our Scheduling & Costs page for complete information on how to schedule an appointment.
3. What if I don’t have insurance?
You do not need to have health insurance to come to Women’s Health. Fees for our services are affordable and are based on your ability to pay. Some services are provided without charge to those who qualify. To qualify, please bring proof of income such as a tax return, recent paycheck stub, or a letter from employer.
4. What if I am unemployed?
You do not need to be employed to come to Women’s Health. Fees for our services are affordable and are based on your ability to pay. Some services are provided without charge to those who qualify. To qualify, please bring a recent bank statement, an unemployment check-stub, or your application for unemployment.
We are convenient to several bus routes – 205, 208, the Bound, and the Bolt line from Longmont. You can use the Trip Planner to get customized public transportation directions from your starting point.
6. What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Please bring income verification or an insurance card to your appointment. Payment is due on your appointment day. Your payment can be made with cash or card.
7. I am running late, will you still be able to see me?
If you are late for your appointment, we will not be able to see you. Please call us at 303-442-5160 if you think you will be late to your appointment and need to reschedule.
8. Can my friend, family, or partner schedule appointments for me?
We prefer to speak with you, because you know your healthcare needs best. If it is not possible to call us, you can have someone else schedule an appointment for you. The person scheduling the appointment will need to know the following information: your first and last names, your date of birth, and a phone number to reach you. Appointments for abortion services can only be made by the person seeking services, not a family member, partner, or friend. Interpretation services are available.