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Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas creates healthier communities by providing comprehensive reproductive and related healthcare services, delivering science-based education programs, and serving as a strong advocate for reproductive justice in Texas.

Texans served by Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas

  • 93,602 patient visits at Planned Parenthood health centers in Austin, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Fort Worth, Lubbock, Paris, Plano, Tyler, Waco, and surrounding communities

    • 64% of visits by uninsured Texans, and 22% of visits provided via telemedicine

    • 57,989 healthcare patients served

  • 11,554 teens and parents received health education to keep teens safe and healthy

Healthcare services provided to Texans

  • 7,442 breast and cervical cancer screenings, treatments to diagnose and prevent cancer at the earliest and most treatable stages, including colposcopy, cryotherapy and LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure), and mammography referrals.

  • 42,981 birth control services to plan and space pregnancies and treat health conditions including endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome.

  • 81,062 tests and treatments for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV tests, PrEP/PEP HIV prevention medications, and HPV vaccines to prevent cervical cancer, certain types of oral, anal, penile and vulvar cancers, and genital warts.

  • 3,149 Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy (GAHT) appointments for patients in Austin, Arlington, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Paris, and Plano health centers and via telemedicine. Trans-competent healthcare is available at all Planned Parenthood health centers.

These are 2020 numbers for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas.