Based on the most recent guidance from the New York State Department of Health, masks are optional in our health centers. If you would like a mask, the health center staff would be happy to provide you with one.
Many of our health care services are available from the safety of your home or other location through our telehealth service. To schedule a telehealth or in-center visit online, please visit the health center nearest you or call (800) 230-7526.
For medication refills such as birth control, emergency contraception, PrEP, PEP, and hormone therapy, you can use our Patient Portal to submit requests or call (800) 230-7526. You can also use the Planned Parenthood Direct app for birth control pills and UTI treatment.
Please do not come into our health centers and follow up with your primary care provider if:
- you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell
- you been in contact with someone who has had a lab positive or have you tested positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus) within the last 14 days.
The safety and health of our patients and staff are our number one priority. Thank you for your understanding.
For up-to-date information for the COVID-19 visit the NYSDOH website and the CDC website, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America's website.
If you want more information about having sex during COVID-19, the New York City Department of Health has provided some helpful information.
- Follow all current guidance about mask wearing and social gatherings
- Get vaccinated and boosted when eligible
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before you eat.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your cough and sneezes with a tissue and discard it in a closed container.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects
For people who feel sick or have symptoms of COVID-19:
- Stay home, away from others.
- Don’t go to work or school.
- Talk to a healthcare provider.
- Get tested for COVID-19.
- Anyone at high risk for complications should talk to their health care provider for more information.