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Care at PPNNE
During COVID-19

We're here for you with Telehealth and In-Person visits.

Telehealth Visits

Many of our services are available through telehealth, which means using a video connection to see one of our health care providers from anywhere you have internet.  You can get the care you need without leaving your home. Please note: this service is only available to patients living in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont and you will be asked to confirm your location when booking. 

In-Person Visits

Masking is now optional at all of our health centers. We offer free masks for anyone who may wish to wear one.

Unemployed or Uninsured?

If you've recently lost your job, your health insurance, or both, you may be wondering how you will afford your visit with us. We offer several programs that can make the cost of your visit reduced or even free

See our special programs

How Telehealth Works


Step 1.

Locate your nearest Planned Parenthood.


Step 2.

Book your appointment online or over the phone. 


Step 3.

Get care without leaving your home. Your appointment will be held over the phone or over secure video with our expert staff. 


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