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- Bio-Identical Hormones
- Confidential HIV/AIDS counseling and testing for females and males.
- Contraception Education and Methods
- First Trimester Abortions, Surgical & by pill
- Gynecological Care (GYN)
- Menopause Health Care
- Morning After Pill (MAP)
- Pregnancy Testing & Options Counseling
- Sexually-transmitted disease (STD) clinics for men and women
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Surgical abortions, available by appointment only. All procedures are done under local anesthetic using vacuum aspiration and are performed by a board certified licensed physician. Each woman is provided information and support throughout the time she is at the health center. Post-abortion check-up appointments are available for free to our patients.
Appointments can be scheduled by calling (603) 436-7588. Staff is available to make appointments Mon, Tue & Thu, Fri 8am – 4pm. Wed 8am -7:30pm
Medical Abortion — by Pill
Medical abortions are between 5 and 8 weeks pregnant and are by appointment only. Each woman is provided information and support throughout the entire process. An ultrasound to ensure a uterine pregnancy between 5-8 weeks gestation and follow-up exam are included in the fee.
For more details on this method you may go to http://www.pregnancyoptions.info/
Contraception Education and Methods and Options Counseling
Individual counseling on birth control options is available by appointment. The pros and cons of a variety of contraceptive methods – and which methods would best meet the individual needs and comfort of each client – are discussed – our APRNs can prescribe or administer the method of your choice.
Confidential pregnancy testing is available during regular clinic hours. Pregnancy testing, in-depth pregnancy-options counseling are available by appointment to support the right of each woman to make her own informed decision concerning her pregnancy. All pregnancy outcomes are explored and referrals can be made for adoptions, pre-natal care and assistance or abortion.
Scheduled Appointment for options counseling can be made by calling (603) 436-7588.
We recommend visiting http://www.pregnancyoptions.info/ for information
Morning After Pill (MAP or Plan B)
MAP, also known as Plan B or emergency contraception, can prevent a pregnancy after contraceptive failure, unprotected sex, or sexual assault. It can be taken within 5 days (120 hours) of unprotected sex, though the sooner you take it the more effective it will be. You must call first before coming to the Health Center. We will see you as soon as we can or refer you to the nearest pharmacy.
**MAP is not Mifeprex (the abortion pill); and will not work if you are already pregnant prior to the unprotected sex.
Gynecological Care (GYN)
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (ARNP), Registered Nurses, and trained health workers provide care and counseling. Appointments available within a reasonable time.
Gynecological services include:
- Physical exams for employment or school
- Gynecological exams
- Pap smears
- Birth control
- Vaginal & urinary tract infection treatment
- PMS consultation & referrals
- Mid-life changes/menopause counseling
- Bio-identical hormones
Menopause Health Care
Staff members and APRNs are available to speak with clients about the changes and choices they face as they approach menopause. Clients can explore the benefits and risks of treatment options, such as conventional hormone replacement therapy, or holistic alternatives, such as vitamin, mineral, and dietary supplements. Bio-Indentical Hormones are an option that our APRN’s can provide.
For severe PMS symptoms, menopause discomfort or other hormone related problems, bio-identical hormones may be the answer without the side effects often resulting from synthetic hormones. Talk to ARPNs about this option.
HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing
Confidential testing for antibodies to the HIV virus is done at our weekly walk-in clinics, or by appointment. The testing, for both women and men, includes individual counseling with a male or female counselor.
We offer two types of HIV tests:
- Rapid, oral test that produces a result on-site in 20 minutes
- Standard blood test. Results are available within two weeks and are given in person at the Health Center.
We do not give out HIV results over the phone.
Tuesday: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinics for females and males
Walk-in clinics for women and men are scheduled weekly, or appointments can be made by phone. Diagnosis, treatment and individual counseling are provided in a safe and confidential environment.
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Walk-in Clinic Tuesday: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM (STD intake)
Appointments can be made by calling (603) 436-7588.
STD results may be given over the telephone.
Ultrasounds are available by appointment and are performed by our Nurse Practitioners. Ultrasounds are for gestational dating and can be used for pregnancy confirmation, miscarriage assessment or ectopic pregnancy.