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What can I expect to pay for a visit at Planned Parenthood?

This depends on the type of health care service you require and your health insurance carrier. If you do not have health insurance, we can offer you services based on our discount fee scale. Our patients find that Planned Parenthood health care fees are very reasonable, especially when compared to other doctors’ offices.

Acceptable forms of payment are credit and debit cards, personal checks and cash. Valid, state-issued photo identification is required for service. Second party payers must be present to pay for a client' services using checks and credit or debit cards with a valid ID.

Can I use my health insurance at Planned Parenthood?

Yes! We welcome most major health insurance carriers for billing for female reproductive health services (GYN). You will be asked to present your insurance card and pay your co-pay at the time of visit. Some health insurances will require you to notify them of a change in your GYN provider. Call the health center closest to you using the health center locator at the top right of the page and speak to one of our medical staff if you need assistance.


What if I can’t pay or do not have health insurance?

Planned Parenthood staff can help you enroll in programs like Medicaid or give you more information about options under the Affordable Care Act.  We may also have patient assistance available through other programs.  Please call to speak to one of our staff members to see if there are any programs available. 

All patients must bring valid, state-issued photo identification with them for each health center visit.

 Additionally, appointments are suggested for all locations and many do not accept walk-up patients. Please call 1-800-230-PLAN to make an appointment.