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Q. Do I need an appointment?

Appointments are preferred but we can see walk ins if there is availability.

Q. At what point should I schedule an appointment?

If you have had a positive home pregnancy test or are two days late with your period and suspect you may be pregnant.

Q. What should I expect when I come in for my initial visit?

Your appointment will be approximately 2 hrs. You will meet with a nurse and a trained patient advocate and will have plenty of time to ask any questions and discuss concerns about your pregnancy decisions. We provide a pregnancy test and ultrasound as well as counseling on pregnancy options.

Q. Is there a fee for your services?

No, all services are at no charge to the patient

Q. What will I need to bring with me when I come in?

All you need is a photo ID and a full bladder to provide a sample for the pregnancy test.

Q. Can I bring anyone with me?

Yes, you may bring your partner, family member, or friend. We will meet with you privately, at first, and then ask your consent to have them join you.

Q. What if my partner or parent calls to see if I came in?

Your trust is important to us. We want you to know your information is safe with us.  As a medical clinic, we have a strict confidentiality policy that meets HIPAA requirements.  No matter what service is provided, your results and protected health information are kept private unless specific written permission is provided by you or in accordance with the law.

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