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Care. Wherever you are. 

Telehealth connects you by video or phone with the healthcare providers you already know and trust from the comfort of your own home.  

Book a virtual telehealth visit today.

What Services Are Available? 

Many of our services are available through telehealth, including:

  • Diagnosis and treatment for urinary tract infections (UTIs), bacterial vaginosis, and yeast infections
  • Gender-affirming hormone therapy
  • Hormonal birth control options, including the pill, patch, ring, and emergency contraception
  • PrEP and PEP to prevent HIV infection
  • STD/STI screening and treatment 
  • Telehealth for abortion pills

And more! Call us at 1-800-230-PLAN (7526) to learn what services are available through telehealth.

How Does Telehealth Work?

  1. Call 1-800-203-PLAN (7526) for an appointment or book online.
  2. Staff will follow-up to understand your current needs and review your medical history.
  3. One to two hours before your scheduled visit time, a preparation call will be done by a Telehealth clinic assistant. This call helps identify patient concerns and any tech related issues prior to your provider visit. 
  4. You'll receive a link to a secure, confidential video conferencing platform. Find a quiet, private place for your visit.
  5. Health center staff will gather basic information and a health care provider will conduct the visit on your computer or smartphone.
  6. The provider will outline a treatment plan. If you need medication, we'll send your prescription to a pharmacy near you.
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How Much Does Telehealth Cost? 

Like an in-person visit, telehealth appointments are covered by most insurance plans. As always, we offer a sliding fee scale based on your income.


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