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MyChart, our new patient portal!

We are thrilled to announce that starting November 1, our health centers are switching to EPIC as our electronic health records system. With this, all of our patients will be able to use a MyChart account to schedule appointments, track test results and keep in touch with our clinical staff. When you schedule your next appointment, you will be given instructions on how to access MyChart.


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Access your patient portal to pay your bill online and review your medical records.

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Sexual Health Counseling & Referral Hotline

If you have any questions about your sexual and reproductive health, call our free and confidential Counseling & Referral Hotline at 800-258-4448, option 4 or 617-616-1616! The Hotline is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. We apologize if wait times are longer than normal - please bear with us!

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Planned Parenthood is the nation's leading provider for sexual health care. Whether you're a young professional, a teen, or a parent of teens, we're here for you. No matter what.

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Birth Control Made Easy

Birth control methods are not one-size-fits-all. Picking a birth control method that fits your life is the key, and only you can decide what's best for you.

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Comprehensive Sex Education That Works

Want to become a "Get Real" educator and bring this curriculum to your school or organization? Join us for an upcoming Training of the Educator! Find out more here, or at getrealeducation.org. 

An important update from our CEO:

After seven years leading Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, I have decided to step down from my role as President. 

During these last seven years, I’ve been honored and fortunate to have worked with such a dedicated team, Board, donors, partners, volunteers, and most importantly, with our patients, who turn to us for help during some of the most critical times of their lives.

From day one in my time as CEO, PPLM and the reproductive health care movement has faced endless attacks and challenges – from the 2015 mass shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood that put clinics across the country at heightened alert, to the infuriating Dobbs decision in June. It would have been easy to let these challenges distract us from our mission, but instead, they motivated us to fight harder. We’ve done this by keeping our patients, our staff, and the care we offer at the center of all we do.

I can say with confidence that PPLM is ready for this post-Dobbs world. We are positioned to be a beacon of the highest quality health care for patients from Massachusetts and across the country. We have been doing the work to ensure we are ready for this moment — investing in our workforce, improving our care delivery model, enhancing our research capabilities, and focusing on equity and access. I can step away with strong confidence knowing that the next CEO can take the baton and continue that work, with equity and access at the forefront.

- Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak

Planned Parenthood Stands for Care.

On June 24th, the United States Supreme Court overturned nearly 50 years of precedent and eliminated the federal constitutional right to abortion, allowing states to regulate abortion access. In Massachusetts, abortion is – and will remain – legal and protected under state law, codified by the ROE Act.  

This dangerous and chilling decision will have devastating consequences across the country, forcing people to travel hundreds, sometimes thousands, of miles for care or remain pregnant. Abortion is health care, and access to care should not be based on one’s zip code, income level, or identity. 

This is a dark moment for our country, but we’ve been preparing for this. In Massachusetts, abortion will remain legal and protected under state law – the Court’s decision does not change this, and PPLM is here for our patients today, and always.  

Right now, people can look to Massachusetts: for care and for leadership. We must meet this moment with the urgency it demands by taking action to expand access to all sexual and reproductive health care — in our clinics providing care to all who want it and by legislating reproductive health equity in every corner of the Commonwealth.

- Dr. Jen Childs-Roshak, PPLM President and CEO

COVID-19 Information:
Last Updated 7/25/2022

Here at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, the health and safety of our patients and employees are our top priority.

We are taking the necessary precautions during this time to ensure our patients are receiving the care they deserve during both in-person and telehealth visits. At this time, we are not accepting walk-ins but we are accepting appointments for in-person care for all of our services. Please book an appointment online or give us a call at 800-258-4448. 

We are working daily to assess the COVID-19 impact to our health centers and we will keep you updated with any new information we may have. If you have any questions or concerns please call our call center at 800-258-4448.


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