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Together We Care

The COVID-19 pandemic is upending so much of our lives. But one thing hasn’t changed: our commitment to care for our patients. We know you care, too. Your family and friends and our patients and staff are counting on all of us to keep each other healthy and safe.

We’re doing our part by limiting physical contact, disinfecting surfaces, providing face coverings, and following CDC guidelines. We’ve made changes inside of our health centers to prevent the spread of infection.

We need your help, too. Your cooperation with our new policies will ensure we can continue to provide the high-quality services and information you need while keeping everyone healthy and safe.

We request that you:

Wear a Mask.

You'll need to wear a cover over your nose and mouth throughout your entire visit, even when talking. If we can’t hear you, we’ll let you know.

Keep Your Distance.

We've rearranged our health centers to allow for social distancing between staff and your fellow patients. 

Patients Only.

Please have friends, family, and partners wait outside.


If you might be sick, don't enter the health center. We look forward to seeing you when you’re feeling better.

If you need to reschedule your appointment, call 1-800-230-7526

Questions About Face Coverings? Funny You Should Mask.

Face coverings prevent the spread of infection. Please keep your nose and mouth covered throughout your entire visit, even when speaking. If we can’t hear you, we’ll let you know. If you’re unable to wear a face covering, we’ll need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.

Choose a mask that:

  • Has two or more layers of washable, breathable fabric.

  • Completely covers your nose and mouth.

  • Fits snuggly against the sides of your face and doesn’t have gaps.

Avoid masks that:

  • Have exhalation valves or vents, which allow virus particles to escape. The effectiveness of neck gaiters and face shields alone is unknown at this time.
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Schedule a Telehealth Appointment

If you can't come to us, we can come to you. Schedule a telehealth appointment for birth control, UTI treatment, or emergency contraception. Or download the Planned Parenthood Direct app. 

Stay Informed

Information is quickly changing. If you are ill and need medical attention, contact your primary care office, online health service, walk-in clinic, or urgent care near you. More information is available from these outside resources.