At this visit, a licensed clinician will talk to you about your medical history, risk factors, and care needs. The clinician will order the necessary lab work and discuss follow up.
Any needed prescriptions will be sent to the pharmacy of your choice. Planned Parenthood of Michigan does not currently stock PEP medications.
Staff will discuss available financial assistance resources with you if needed.
To learn more about PEP, please visit PlannedParenthood.org.
We ask that you do not bring children to your in-person visit. We know that this is sometimes unavoidable, and we will do our best to provide you the care you need while ensuring the safety of you and everyone in our health centers.
You will be screened for COVID symptoms and exposure when you arrive. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or a recent high-risk exposure, please cancel and reschedule your appointment when resolved.
Fees, Payment, and Insurance
Planned Parenthood accepts many insurance plans, including Michigan Medicaid. We also offer an income-based sliding fee scale. All fees, including copays are due at the time of service.
If you do not have insurance, please visit MI Bridges to determine if you are eligible for insurance through the State of Michigan.
If using insurance, please bring a photo ID and your insurance card to your appointment.
If you have questions regarding what services are covered by your insurance, please contact your insurance company. We will bill your insurance for the services you receive where applicable. We do our best to provide the highest quality care to our patients, however your insurance company has the best expertise regarding coverage. Some insurance plan coverage types may require a referral for your visit with Planned Parenthood of Michigan. Please contact your insurance company to determine if your desired service is subject to referral.
Please call us at 1 800 230-PLAN (7526) with any questions.
Or call 1-800-230-7526