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Abortion Pill (via Telehealth) 

Thank you for making your online appointment. If you have any additional questions or concerns prior to your appointment, please call us at (626) 798-0706. We are dedicated to assisting you in overcoming any obstacles that may impact access to care.

We’re here to support you at your upcoming abortion appointment. At your visit, you will speak with a health professional about all of your pregnancy options and you will be encouraged to ask questions. Your medical history will be reviewed at the time of your appointment, and we'll determine the safest and most effective option for you. Certain medications and medical conditions may not allow for the use of the abortion pill.

This service is offered up to 11 weeks.

Please note:

You will need to log in to your patient portal in order to complete consent forms prior to the start of your appointment. 
You can also visit [email protected] or call us at (626) 798-0706 for assistance.
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The Abortion Pill, also know as Medication Abortion:

Information regarding your visit:

Your visit will last approximately 45 minutes. You will also be scheduled for a follow-up visit a week later.

The first visit includes:

  • Reviewing of your medical history
  • Discussing the abortion process and reviewing any risks
  • Making a plan to get medications (either by mail or picked up at one of our health centers)

We ask that you not use over-the-counter medications, alcohol, or street drugs for at least 24 hours prior to your appointment.

Ensure you have enough menstrual pads at home to last for at least two weeks of bleeding when you begin your abortion.

You are more than welcome to have a support person with you. Please let us know if another person is in the room with you during your visit.

What to have with you at your telehealth appointment:

  • A photo ID
  • A list of all current medications you are taking
  • Insurance card (if applicable)
    • If you have Medi-Cal: Please make sure you have your Medi-Cal card with you as it will cover the cost of your appointment. The name on your ID and Medi-Cal card must match in order to be used.
    • If you have Commercial Insurance you’d like to use for your visit: Please make sure to have proof of insurance at your appointment. We recommend contacting your insurance company directly to confirm your eligibility and benefits. You are also welcome to call us before your appointment to review your benefit information. Any co-pays you may have are due at the time of your appointment.
  • Payment (if applicable) can be made with a debit or credit card with proper ID

If you are uninsured, you may be able to receive low-to-no-cost health services through state-funded programs. Our staff can help you enroll in these programs, if eligible. If you’d like to find out if you qualify for state programs or financial assistance, call us at (626) 798-0706


Please be on time:

If you are late to the appointment, we reserve the right to reschedule. Please give yourself plenty of time to log in so you are able to make your appointment on time.

To cancel or reschedule your appointment or if you have any questions, please call us at (626) 798-0706 or cancel your appointment via the website as soon as possible. It is important to follow these instructions to make sure you are able to be seen for your appointment.


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