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YOUR APPOINTMENT

Appointment Availability

Appointments are available Monday - Thursday during the day. We discourage walk ins but same day appointments are often available by calling ahead. Please know that we do not always have large appointments slots available in order to schedule options consultations and ultrasounds at the same time but we will do our best to be flexible for you. Once the appointment day and time have been established, you will receive instruction via text message regarding the filling out of online intake forms. This intake should be completed as soon as you are able to confirm your appointment.

 

Arrival

When you arrive, please do so, on time and enter through the front door. Those who have a handicap may enter through the rear entrance where the ramp is. We ask that you bring a photo ID with you. Acceptable forms of ID can be a school ID, state issued ID, driver’s license or passport. You may bring one guest with you who is crucial to your emotional health or pregnancy decision. Due to the sensitive nature of client visits and discussions, we ask that clients with children make every effort to arrange for outside childcare.

Directions

 

What to Expect

Most clients can expect to be with us for 60 minutes for a pregnancy test. Ultrasound appointments can take approximately an hour as well and will not always be on the same day as the test. Together you and an Options Specialist will walk through the ins and outs of of all the options available to you, talk over the obstacles you face, explore the difficult emotions attached to the pregnancy decision and discover what resources and referrals you might need. A pregnancy test will be performed and a result letter provided. If your test is read as positive, you will be offered a follow up-appointment to determine fetal viability by ultrasound. All of this would be free of charge and confidential.

Masking policies are subject to change in keeping in compliance with applicable state and CDC guidelines. Only healthy individuals will be seen in the office. If you are presenting with a cough or other visible symptom of Covid-19 or if you have been exposed in the last 14 days, we may ask you to continue your appointment via tele-med visit.