Health departments in Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh counties offer high quality, low cost services for women. We value all of our patients and do our very best to provide the highest quality Women’s Health Services in an atmosphere of caring and respect. Services are priced differently and may vary based on your income or insurance.
Our health care professionals are dedicated to providing superior health care and family planning services. They work according to national health care delivery standards and offer the most up-to-date medical information to help you make informed decisions about your personal health and well being.
Health departments throughout the Coastal Health District offer several Women’s Health Services including:
If you do not want to get pregnant, not having sex is the best protection. If you do have sex, birth control – or contraception – can be used to prevent unwanted pregnancies. There are many birth control options to choose from. To find out which type of birth control might be right for you, talk to your healthcare provider or go to your local health department.
The following is a list of different kinds of medicines and devices for birth control. These are available at every health department in Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh counties. Please call your local health department for more information on fees and appointments.
Some things to think about as you consider which birth control method may be best for you:
Women’s Health Services Fee Information
We believe everyone should have access to family planning services that meet both their lifestyle and budgetary needs. It is our goal to provide family planning services at the lowest cost possible which is why patients over the age of 18 must provide verification of income so that we can determine fair and affordable fees for services provided. Without verification of income, patients may be asked to pay the full amount for services they receive.
Family planning services are free for teens 18 and under and condoms are always free at all health departments.
Patients seeking Women’s Health Services in Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh counties should be prepared to present a photo ID and proof of income* and will be expected pay some fees for services.
*(Proof of income will not be required for clients 18 and under).
If you have specific questions about Women’s Health Services, please contact your county health department.
Accepted proof of income includes:
Accepted Photo ID includes:
There will be payment options for family planning services and accepted forms of payment include:
Comprehensive and thorough care
While you may visit our health departments for family planning services, our staff members will provide additional counseling or referrals to ensure you receive appropriate support and services for all of your health care needs.
For more information about birth control and STD prevention, visit the CDC’s National Prevention Information Network website.
For more information about healthy pregnancies, visit womenshealth.gov/.