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Telehealth at Planned Parenthood: Virtual Care, From Anywhere

Get your health care without leaving home. Our telehealth visits are affordable, convenient, and secure. Unlike other providers, we have little to no wait time for appointments! 

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Patients must be located in Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont to use our Telehealth program.


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Services available through Telehealth

  • Abortion pills  - visit this page to learn more.
  • Birth control - the pill, patch, or ring, the shot (self-injection),
    natural family planning, help switching methods, and vasectomy counseling
  • Emergency contraception pills (aka "the morning after pill")
  • Gender affirming hormone therapy - both initial and recurring visits are available through Telehealth, but initial visit must be booked by calling 866-476-1321.
  • HIV prevention medication, PrEP and PEP
  • Pregnancy options counseling
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STI) screening and treatment
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI) treatment 
  • Menopausal hormone therapy
  • Mental and behavioral telehealth counseling - for current patients in Vermont and Maine
  • Help quitting smoking
  • Support for mild depression and anxiety
  • Support for PMS

Watch an Example Telehealth Visit in Action!

Telehealth Frequently Asked Questions

What technology do I need for a Telehealth appointment?

You will need to use the app MyChart for your telehealth appointment. This can be downloaded to a cell phone or computer. When you book your telehealth appointment, a MyChart link and sign-up instructions will be sent to the email address you provided. This email will have a subject line “Signup information for MyChart.” The link is good for 14 days and then will expire. Read these troubleshooting tips if you run into any issues. 

MyChart has lots of other great benefits like instant test results, secure messaging, e-check in and more. We encourage all patients to sign up!

Where do I need to be located for a Telehealth appointment?

You need to be in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont during your visit. You can be in any home, building, parked car, or other place that is easy for you! 

How much does it cost? Do you take insurance?

The cost depends on the service you're being seen for, but there is no difference in cost for Telehealth or health center visits. We accept most insurance, including Anthem, BlueCross, Cigna, MaineCare, MVP, and Medicaid. We can work with you to determine if your insurance is active the day of your appointment. We also see many people without insurance and have programs available to help reduce the cost of care. This includes a sliding fee scale based on income and family size. We also have special programs that may allow you to receive free family planning services. 

Telehealth visit for abortion pills: Accepted insurance and special programs are a little different. Click here to learn more.

What if I'm prescribed medication during my appointment? How do I get it?

We can mail many medications to an address of your choice in Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont. You can pick up your medication at a pharmacy near you. Or you can pick up medications at your nearest Planned Parenthood location. If you need tests, we can mail them to you, you can get them done at your nearest Planned Parenthood location, or we can send the testing order to a testing place near you. 


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