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The Coastal Health District of Georgia serves the counties of Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long & McIntosh

Family Planning & More

When it comes to women’s health, we’ve got you covered. From family planning – such as long acting reversible contraception – to breast and cervical exams, to blood pressure and blood sugar screening and treatment, our women’s health family nurse practitioner is dedicated to providing high quality health services for women.

Our Services

We offer many women’s health services including:

Birth Control

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. We offer many types of birth control.

Affordable Pricing

We believe everyone should have access to family planning services that meet both their lifestyle and budgetary needs. Our goal is to provide family planning services at the lowest cost possible which is why patients over the age of 18 must provide verification of income (W-2 form, current tax return, current paycheck and/or paycheck stubs for one month, unemployment/Dept. of Labor compensation notice or check stub, notarized statement of income from employer on letterhead, WIC or SNAP approval letter including family size and 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 should be prepared to present a photo ID (state issued driver’s licence, government ID, or student 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).

Payment options

Call your Health Department to schedule an appointment.