The community does absolutely still have access to reproductive health care services — that’s not something that should be put on hold during this time.

Our community is healthier when everyone has access to these essential services.

Our coronavirus response includes continual adjustments to new realities and strategies to keep patients safe.

Staff wear PPE and observe stringent disinfectant protocols, patients with respiratory symptoms are seen at an outdoor respiratory clinic and the medical center maintains two negative airflow rooms for patients with respiratory symptoms who do need to be seen within the walls of the clinic.

We offer both Telehealth and on-site visits to discuss contraceptive choices and prescribe some prescription birth control.

The clinic is now also able to resume on-site visits for contraception that require an office procedure, such as LARC “long-acting reversible contraceptives” including intrauterine devices (IUDs) and subdermal contraceptive implants (Nexplanon).

We’re doing everything we can to make sure our patients maintain regular health care schedules and exams, part of that is making sure people know, we’re not overwhelmed, we can see patients and can do so safely.

To make an appointment, call the medical center or use the patient portal.


Dr. Christine Mahoney