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Experts who listen. Doctors who care.

We're closely monitoring the spread of coronavirus disease, or COVID-19. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The Ohio Department of Health, the threat of infection for most individuals in the general U.S. population remains low but varies by location. The health and safety of our patients, staff, and communities is our top priority. Our doors are open, and we're continuing to see patients at our health centers, with appropriate screening precautions in place.

To locate the health center closest to you and/or to schedule an appointment, visit us online at ppgoh.org or call us at 800-230-PLAN.

If for some reason you are unable to visit one of our health centers and are in need of birth control and/or UTI treatment, you may be eligible for remote care via our Planned Parenthood Direct app. Please visit your app store to download.

During this quickly evolving time, we appreciate the opportunity to provide you care – no matter what.

- Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio

Our Patients.

Our Patients.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio offers a wide-range of affordable, high-quality reproductive health services for anyone regardless of gender. You can schedule your next appointment online or call 800-230-PLAN (7526). We accept most insurance and, if you can't afford your visit, we will work with you to ensure you get the health care you deserve.

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Find the health center nearest you and schedule your appointment online today.

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Our Services

We provide essential reproductive health care services to all people in North, East, and Central Ohio.

What We Offer

How to Pay

We offer our patients a variety of ways to pay for their expert health care. Private health insurance and Medicaid plans accepted. Payment plans are available for those without insurance.

How to Pay

Patient Forms

You may download these forms and complete them prior to your appointment.


If you have a medical emergency, call 911.

This is a service for non-urgent appointments only. If you have an urgent medical issue, call your local health center. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. We do not respond to emergencies through our web site.

Annual Report

We spent last year standing strong — not only surviving but expanding services in the face of hostility. Read stories from our health centers and our communities in the fiscal year 2019 Annual Report.