Planned Parenthood is an expert resource for healthcare and education and is proud to be a trusted part of community healthcare in Texas for more than 85 years. As a nonprofit, our commitment is to expand access to healthcare and education to help create healthier communities.
Planned Parenthood’s Lubbock health center is open for in-person and telemedicine healthcare appointments available same-day and next-day for services including:
- breast and cervical cancer screenings
- HIV tests
- testing and treatment for STIs
- full range birth control (including IUDs and implants)
- PrEP and PEP medication to prevent HIV transmission
- treatment for urinary tract and vaginal infections
- annual well checks
- HPV and flu vaccines, and other essential healthcare services
All are welcome here regardless of insurance or documentation status, income level, where you live or who you love. Planned Parenthood is proud to be a trusted resource for LGBTQ patients.
Affordable healthcare services: Uninsured patients may be eligible for patient assistance funding for birth control; breast and cervical cancer screenings; STI testing and treatment; and HPV vaccines to prevent certain types of cancer.
We’re proud to be part of Lubbock’s friendly, diverse community.
Trusted for more than 85 years
For the past three years, a priority for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas has been to expand services in West Texas to increase access to affordable healthcare. Planned Parenthood’s new El Paso health center opened in 2018, followed by expanded access to telemedicine across West Texas via the Planned Parenthood Direct app and telemedicine appointments.
According to the Texas Medical Association, Texas has the highest percentage of uninsured residents of any state. Texans experience significant healthcare disparities that disproportionally impact people with low incomes and people of color. Lubbock and surrounding communities face rates of sexually transmitted infection (STIs) and teen pregnancy that exceed both state and national averages, along with other health outcome challenges. The 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment of Lubbock County notes the uninsured adult rate is 11% above the national average.