We are committed to providing care, no matter what. As part of your appointment, you will speak with a health professional about your medical information, all your options, and will be able to ask questions. Your medical history will be reviewed at your appointment. Be aware that certain medications and medical conditions may not allow for a medication abortion.
Mandatory State Counseling
Pennsylvania law requires that you speak with a doctor before having an abortion. Our patients meet this requirement by speaking with our doctor on a scheduled phone call. You must call into a teleconference to complete this call.
To complete the call: Dial 877-465-1205 at your scheduled start time. Dialing 5 minutes late will not let you in on the call. The call lasts about 45-60 minutes. You will listen to a speech for about 20 minutes, then you’ll be on hold while the doctor checks in with each patient on the line one by one. Wait until the doctor comes back on the line with you to privately confirm your appointment information. Do not hang up until you speak with the doctor one-on-one; otherwise the call will not be considered complete and your appointment will be canceled.
Information About Your Appointment
Things to Bring
- Government-issued photo ID
- A list of all current medications you are taking
- Insurance card and payment information
Do you have Medicaid? Please make sure to bring your Medicaid card if interested in birth control coverage.
Do you have Commercial Insurance? Please call 412-562-1900 and provide your policy number so your insurance can be approved ahead of time. Bring proof of insurance to your appointment.
- Do you plan to pay out of pocket? The cost of the procedure out of pocket can range from $435 - $915 based on how far along you are. Payment can be made in cash or credit card with proper ID. If you’d like to find out if you qualify for financial assistance, call 412-562-1900.
Wear a face covering to your appointment, such as a paper mask, respirator, or cloth mask.
Please be advised that patients with symptoms of COVID such as fever, shortness of breath, cough or loss of taste or smell, or a positive COVID test or known COVID exposure in the last 2 weeks are asked to reschedule their appointments and will not be admitted into the health center.