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Preparing For Your In-Person Visit


Check-in Time: Please plan to arrive on time for your scheduled appointment to allow for check-in. 

Patient Privacy: Due to patient privacy laws and policies, appointments can be made by someone other than the patient but changes to existing appointments, cancelling appointments, and requesting medical information must be done by the patient, even if the patient is a minor. You are welcome to bring another person to accompany you to your visit, but please be aware that you will be called back by yourself first. After some brief, confidential medical questions, your guest will be welcome to join you.

Late Policy: If you believe you will be late for your appointment, please call us at 541-344-9411.

COVID-19 Symptoms

COVID-19 Symptoms: If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms (cough, shortness of breath or fever), please contact 541-344-9411.

Other Symptoms

Symptoms in the genital area can vary in terms of severity and type. Typically, a symptom is a physical sign that something is irregular and might give you cause to call us. Depending on your symptoms, we may refer you out to specialist or primary care physician. Examples of symptoms include:

  • Irregular bleeding (too much, too little, not at the right time, no period)

  • Irregular cramping

  • Discharge

  • Odor

  • Bumps

  • Rashes

  • Sores (on mouth or genitals)

  • Breast lump

Preparing For Each Service

Birth Control Consultation

Colposcopy/LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure)

Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy Consultation

In-Clinic Abortion

Medication Abortion

STI Testing

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Vasectomy Consultation

Wellness Exam

Pregnancy Test: Our pregnancy tests are at no out of pocket expense to you! This test requires a urine sample, so please drink water before you arrive.


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