Now accepting Telehealth appointments. Schedule a virtual visit.

Important COVID-19 Message

To our valued Patients:

Since 1969, FPA Women's Health has taken great pride in our commitment to caring for patients when they need us most. We want to reassure our patients you can access reproductive healthcare at all our 24 locations, usually within 24 hours.

For the health and safety of our staff and patients, we urge you to stay home if you have had contact with someone who has tested positive or if you have a fever and upper-respiratory symptoms, such as a cough or sore throat. Our clinicians are not equipped or trained to evaluate or treat Coronavirus and we must take all precautions to limit staff exposure so that we can keep our doors open to serve our communities. 

Despite the anxiety and uncertainty that surrounds us we want to assure you that our commitment to maintaining access to care is strong. We are expanding Telehealth operations to supplement access to care and encourage you to visit our website and schedule online to speak to a clinician from the comfort and safety of home.  We can answer your questions about urinary tract infections, vaginal irritation, abnormal bleeding, sexually transmitted infections, birth control refills and pelvic pain. Our mission to provide comprehensive high-quality reproductive care when and where patients need it remains steadfast.

Thank you for your continued support and stay well.

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