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Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Pro-Choice Medical, Los Angeles California

Beverly Hills abortion clinics - Pro-choice Medical Center

99 North La Cienega Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: 310-846-8828

Abortion Specialist located in Beverly Hills, CA

Pro-choice Medical Center serves patients in Beverly Hills, California, providing abortion services to those who need them. The team at Pro-choice Medical Center offers first trimester abortion, second trimester abortion, and late term abortion. Patients can count on Dr. Josepha Seletz and her highly trained team for compassionate and skilled care. Dr. Seletz has been a practicing Ob-Gyn for more than 25 years and she now focuses exclusively on abortions.

Pro-choice Medical Center is a well respected and trusted facility among medical providers in California and throughout the entire United States. More than 1,000 obstetricians, maternal-fetal medicine providers, and genetic counseling providers have referred their patients to Dr. Seletz at Pro-choice Medical Center.

At Pro-choice Medical Center, the patient’s privacy always comes first. The office is private and patients don’t have to deal with protesters. California state law doesn’t require parental consent for abortions in patients under the age of 18. When privacy is especially important, simply let the counselor know that identity should be kept anonymous. Pro-choice Medical Center won’t make contact with patients unless given expressed permission. Need to learn more? Call the office anytime to arrange an appointment.

Pro-Choice Medical, Los Angeles California abortion clinic a first trimester abortion can be done as early as 4.5 weeks after the first day of a patient’s last missed period. This type of abortion can be performed safely by Dr. Josepha Seletz at Pro-choice Medical Center in the Beverly Hills, California area. Patients can count on the Pro-choice Medical Center team for the care they need.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: North Florida Women’s Services, Tallahassee Florida

Tallahassee Abortion Clinics - North Florida Women's Services

North Florida Women’s Services

1345 Cross Creek Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 877-3183

North Florida Women’s Services, Inc. has been providing reproductive health services, including abortion, to the women of North Florida and South Georgia since 1981.

Our clinic has a long-standing reputation for delivering quality care in a compassionate and educational environment.

Board Certified/Board Eligible Gynecologists offer two types of first trimester abortion services: surgical abortion (vacuum aspiration), and medical abortion (RU486, Abortion by Pill). Other services include FREE pregnancy testing. Call for hours of availability.

North Florida Women’s Services (“NFWS”) is the most referred to state licensed abortion facility in North Central Florida and has been active in keeping women’s reproductive services safe and legal since 1981.

Our dedicated staff is available during office hours to discuss questions, offer referral information, or make an appointment for one of our services.

We provide safe, compassionate, and private services to patients not only in Tallahassee, FL., but to all of the surrounding North Florida cities spanning from Pensacola, FL. to Jacksonville, FL. We also provide abortion services to patients from South Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

How to prepare before abortion                                

Current Prescribed Medication List

Please make sure to bring a list of all medications along with the dosage to your appointment. It is very important that your Health Consultant be made aware of any medication allergies you may have.

Guests

Patients may bring one adult guest as a support person. Guests must be 18 years or older. We do not allow children in the building on procedure days. To protect the privacy of patients and for security purposes, guests are only allowed in the waiting area.

Guests are allowed to bring in cell phones but we ask that they follow the same rules regarding usage as patient. No pictures, no speaker phone and please use a headphone when listening to videos/music.                            

Shower/Preparations

Please make sure to bathe/shower the morning of your procedure. We ask that you refrain from having sex 48 hours prior to your procedure. Do not douche before your procedure.

What to Bring/Not Bring

For security reasons, we do not allow any purses, bags, or backpacks in the building. We do not allow outside food or drink. We do have water available for patients and guests in the waiting room.

We do not allow any children or minors as guests in the facility on procedure days.

You may bring your wallet. You will be required to show your picture identification. Your id will need to have your date of birth. An example would be your driver’s license or passport.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Women & Teens Healthcare, North Miami Beach Florida

North Miami Abortion Clinics - Women & Teens Healthcare

Women & Teens Healthcare, North Miami Beach Florida

16876 NE 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL 33162

(305) 895-5555

Welcome to Women & Teens Healthcare where we’ve been helping women for over 30 years. Conveniently located at 16876 NE 19th Avenue in North Miami Beach, 33162, across from City Hall. We are multilingual and speak English, Spanish, French & Creole. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm and Saturday, 8:30am to 1pm. Walk-ins are always welcome!

Women & Teens has EXPANDED their full spectrum of care to all women, providing pregnancy option counseling, termination, pre- & post-natal care, high risk obstetrical care, Harmony pre-natal genetic testing for early and accurate testing of Down Syndrome, Klinefelter and Turner Syndrome, and other trisomy conditions, family planning and contraceptive care, labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, vaginal rejuvenation, and the new technique of robotic gynecological surgery which provides significant health and cost-benefits to our patients, especially hysterectomy, over traditional OPEN procedures including: Shorter hospital stay, less scarring, Less blood, Less pain, faster return to normal activities, and fewer complications, such as less risk of infection.

We also offer PAP smears & Sexually Transmitted Diseases screening, testing and treatment. Your decisions are respected and supported by our staff and male & female OB/GYN doctors. Our high quality of medical care ensures you a safe outcome. Cash, credit cards and insurance are accepted at Women & Teens. Financial ASSISTANCE IS provided to those who qualify. We invite you to check us out on Facebook and Twitter!

We stand behind providing fair and affordable services to all of our clients and we will adjust our costs to beat another clinics pricing if necessary. We may require verification for price matching. We offer student and IUD discounts. Contact us to see if you qualify for financial assistance.

If you choose to end your pregnancy and it has been 9 weeks or less since your last period, you may be able to have a medical abortion (pill).

The Procedure

Our surgical abortions are performed in a fully equipped gynecological examining room. The doctor will first re-confirm your pregnancy with a pelvic exam or ultrasound to determine the size of your uterus. Assisting the doctor will be highly trained personnel who will support you throughout the procedure.

Because of its proven safety and effectiveness, we recommend the medical abortion (also know as an abortion pill, RU486 or medication abortion) for patients who are early into their pregnancy. Consultation, ultrasound, blood test, medicine (pill) and follow up appointment standardly included. We have had excellent results ever since we started offering this option.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: A Woman’s World Medical Center, Ft. Pierce Florida

Fort Pierce Abortion Clinics - A Woman's World Medical Center

A Woman’s World Medical Center

503 South 12th Street Ft. Pierce, FL 34950

Phone: 772-460-1506    Toll Free: 1-800-226-1506

Abortion Clinic Serving Fort Piece, Stuart, Melbourne, Vero Beach, FL & Beyond

Abortion Clinic Serving Melbourne, FL

We are now offering a $50.00 discount for our Surgical procedures for patients who are on medicaid (patients on medicaid need to bring a printout that they are on medicaid), going to school or who are from a different county. One discount per patient.

We see women from Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Port Saint Lucie, Okeechobee, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Melbourne and surrounding areas.

Abortion Services in Vero Beach, FL & Surrounding Areas

We’re delighted that you are taking a look at A Woman’s World Medical Center here on the web. We know how difficult it can be to choose a doctor from a web site or the yellow pages, especially for birth control and abortion care.

Our clinic provides abortion care from 3 to 17 weeks of pregnancy from the first day of your last normal period, annual GYN exams, birth control services, pregnancy testing and decision counseling. We provide Surgical Abortion and the Abortion Pill.  Our caring staff will give you all the information to help you decide which method is best for you.  We feel strongly that women should have counseling opportunities that fit their situation. Our focus is information and understanding rather than therapy.

Please give us a call if you have any questions about the abortion pill or other services.

If you have more questions than our site can answer just give us a call at 772-460-1506. We’re looking forward to helping you.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Hope Medical Group for Women, Shreveport LA

Abortion Clinics Shreveport - Hope Medical Group for Women

Hope Medical Group for Women

210 Kings Highway
Shreveport, Louisiana 71104
318-221-5500
Toll-free: 800-448-5004

You never have to feel alone.

The people at Hope Medical Group for Women are dedicated to assisting women faced with unplanned pregnancy. We offer:

  • “Medication abortion” or Mifeprex (the abortion pill)
  • Surgical pregnancy termination starting as early as four weeks from the missed period
  • Complete abortion care through 16 weeks from the last menstrual period
  • Pregnancy prevention information and education
  • Post abortion contraception
  • Physician referral
  • Adoption referral

We care about both your physical and emotional needs.

Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.

All women deserve professional abortion care.

Services are provided by skilled, qualified professionals—doctors, nurses, technicians, and counselors—who believe your emotional well-being is as important as your physical well-being. We understand that terminating a pregnancy requires strength and courage and is worthy of respect.

We understand your problems.
We care about them.
We can help.

People who care when care is needed.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Michael Benjamin MD, Ft. Lauderdale Florida

Michael Benjamin, MD - abortion clinic in Ft. Lauderdale

Michael Benjamin MD

(954) 720-7777

7777 North University Dr.
Suite 102
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33321

Florida abortion clinic

Michael Benjamin, MD is in a calming, private gynecology surgery center.

We offer the abortion pill and surgical abortions, from 3 weeks through the 24th week (second trimester abortion). The medical abortion (Abortion Pill) is available Monday – Saturday, and those appointments can be booked for the SAME DAY with our CRO (“Come Right Over”) service.

In addition to technical expertise, we have developed a special sensitivity to the emotional needs of women in their second trimester or later. We understand and support those patients and their families facing PREGNANCY LOSS and are faced with that heartbreaking choice of abortion care due to FETAL INDICATIONS, the health of the mother, or demise. Patients travel across the country and from overseas to be treated by Dr. Michael Benjamin. He and our other physicians offer care and support during this heartbreaking time by following our TLC Program for Therapeutic Patients.

If you need FINANCIAL FUNDING, just ONE CALL to us will ensure that your request will be treated with care and diligence. We are an abortion provider member of the National Abortion Federation (“NAF”) thus we meet all of the guidelines and regulations set by NAF.

We have been in continual practice since 1975 in Broward County. Our state of the art facility is located in Tamarac, Florida and is a TOP RATED abortion provider with hundreds of doctors and perinatologists from West Palm Beach, Boca, and the Greater Fort Lauderdale area referring their patients to us for pregnancy termination. We are just a short drive from the airport in Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

All appointments are CONFIDENTIAL. However, our Private Patients have special arrangements where their support person(s) can accompany them.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Pro-Choice Medical Center, Beverly Hills California

Beverly Hills abortion clinics - Pro-choice Medical Center

Pro-Choice Medical

99 North La Cienega Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: 310-846-8828

Abortion Specialist located in Beverly Hills, CA

Pro-choice Medical Center serves patients in Beverly Hills, California, providing abortion services to those who need them. The team at Pro-choice Medical Center offers first trimester abortion, second trimester abortion, and late term abortion. Patients can count on Dr. Josepha Seletz and her highly trained team for compassionate and skilled care. Dr. Seletz has been a practicing Ob-Gyn for more than 25 years and she now focuses exclusively on abortions.

Pro-choice Medical Center is a well respected and trusted facility among medical providers in California and throughout the entire United States. More than 1,000 obstetricians, maternal-fetal medicine providers, and genetic counseling providers have referred their patients to Dr. Seletz at Pro-choice Medical Center.

At Pro-choice Medical Center, the patient’s privacy always comes first. The office is private and patients don’t have to deal with protesters. California state law doesn’t require parental consent for abortions in patients under the age of 18. When privacy is especially important, simply let the counselor know that identity should be kept anonymous. Pro-choice Medical Center won’t make contact with patients unless given expressed permission. Need to learn more? Call the office anytime to arrange an appointment.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Femi-Care Surgery Center, Baltimore Maryland

Abortion Clinics Owings Mills - Femi-Care Surgery Center

Femi-Care Surgery Center

 

  • 66 Painters Mill Rd., Ste 106
  • Owings Mills, MD 21117
  • (443) 394-0523

 

Femi-Care Surgery Center is an abortion clinic in Baltimore, Maryland devoted to providing confidential and compassionate women’s health care and abortion services.

Our staff is dedicated to making our patients as comfortable as possible. We realize that some of you have had to make some difficult decisions that led you to our office. And for others you are seeking the same professional health care services that you have experienced at Femi-Care Surgery Center in the past.

Medical Abortion (RU486/Abortion Pill) up to 9 weeks

Surgical Abortion up to 14 weeks

GYN Services (Pap Smears, STD Testing & Treatment, etc.)

Family Planning Services

Learn About Us

Femi-Care Surgery Center is devoted to providing confidential women’s care with compassion. Our staff is dedicated to making our patients as comfortable as possible. We realize that you have had to make some difficult decisions that led you to our office.

Our location is in a PRIVATE office setting. We are one of the only state approved surgery centers that offers general anesthesia. We are also nationally recognized by American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (“AAAASF”).

Unlike other clinics, we also offer gynecological services.

Our surgery center is run by a single physician who has been in practice for over 25 years. Our facility is proud to offer personable, unbiased approach to our patients. Our staff also consists of CRNAs, RNs, and Medical Assistants, all of which provide you the best possible service we can.

We work with two abortion funds – DC Abortion Funds and Baltimore Abortion Funds. Helping individuals in Baltimore, MD who need abortion care but cannot afford the full cost of an abortion procedure.

Dr. Ford, Patriot and Hero, Tries To Save Us All

10 Things You Can Do to Protect Reproductive Rights, Stop Kavanaugh

Five women have now accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual abuse. Yet just 32% of Americans say they believe her. Why is the collective voice of five women less important than the impotent denials of one man?

Why We Still Don’t Believe Women About Sexual Assault

In 2014, Bill Cosby’s first accuser came forward. Cosby had made rape jokes for years. Yet no one believed her. Dozens of survivors had to come forward before people were willing to consider the possibility that a woman might be telling the truth about a notoriously common crime. This week, many of Cosby’s survivors packed the court as he was sentenced to prison time.

We’ve constructed a collective narrative that makes women inherently unreliable. We dismiss women as hysterical exaggerators, as excessively emotional, as fame and status-seeking. We watch as women are destroyed by publicly coming forward. Yet we still insist that they’re doing it to get something.

How many of Cosby’s survivors can you name? Without Googling, I can’t name a single one. Clearly they’re not getting famous off of this. We all know this, deep down. We still insist that women are just so unreliable.

We hear stories of men who aren’t adequately punished for their crimes. Like the doctor who raped a patient and who will get no prison time. We watched as rapist Brock Turner was sentenced to a mere six months, and then witnessed headlines refer to him as a “Stanford swimmer” rather than a convicted sex abuser.

We don’t believe our lying eyes. We’d rather dismiss more than half of the population as frivolous liars than accept the glaring reality: men are abusing women at epidemic levels, and no woman is safe.

Christine Blasey Ford Stands Up for Us All

Our refusal to accept women as fully human, as reliable reporters of what they need and what has happened to them, is a major factor in our refusal to believe them when they say they need abortions. And now women across the nation are facing a terrifying reality: a man who attempted to rape at least one woman, and who likely sexually assaulted many more, may get to decide if rape victims get to have abortions—or if they are forced to birth a rapist’s baby, then fight with the rapist over child custody.

Courts are already ignoring Roe vs. Wade in anticipation of Kavanaugh’s appointment. Abortion clinics across the country are already forced to lie to women, to make them wait, to force them to look at images of fetuses.

Christine Blasey Ford is trying to save us from the terrifying reality of a sexual predator getting to decide what women do with their bodies. There’s nothing to gain here—only more trauma.

This week Brett Kavanaugh’s wife met reporters outside their home and gave them cupcakes. We’re supposed to see this as evidence of the Kavanaugh’s fundamental goodness. His wife makes cupcakes, for God’s sake! He was in the choir! He can’t be a sexual predator!

Doctor Ford had to flee her home after receiving death threats.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise. This is what we do—often on a smaller scale—to women who come forward. We disbelieve them, or tell them it wasn’t that bad. And when they persist, we threaten them. We expose their most embarrassing secrets. We make them repeatedly relive their trauma as we expose them to new traumas. Then we ignore their pain, and tell them they’re only doing it to get famous. After all, everyone knows women are crazy.

Dr. Ford knows this. And yet as I write this, she heads to the Senate to open up her pain for everyone to see. She does this to protect us all—me, you, our daughters, our sons. We owe her a debt of gratitude. We give her death threats.

#MeToo: Women’s Collective Meltdown, and What Loved Ones Can Do to Help

I’ve always been skeptical of the #metoo movement. Rather than just believing social science research showing how common rape is, or caring about sexual abuse because it happens to people, we put the burden on women to prove that rape and other forms of sex abuse happen.

We can’t accept that women are human beings who matter, whether we know them or not. We can’t accept that when we post something on Facebook, a rape survivor is probably reading it. We can’t believe what’s obvious. So we demand that they relive the worst moments of their lives, answer questions about those moments, subject those moments to the judgments of men. Men get to decide if any individual rape was rapey enough to count.

I don’t think I should have to share my pain to prove that it happened. I don’t want to subject my own stories to others’ judgments. Women already carry the burden of so much trauma. To have to also convince men that the trauma is real, that it counts, that it matters, is too much.

We always ask too much of women.

We’re asking too much of Christine Ford right now. She’s rising to the occasion, and so I will, too:

Three years ago, outside of my favorite plant store, a man came up behind me, put his hand on my mouth, and tried to take off my clothes. He was bigger than me, and stronger, and there was no one nearby to help. I somehow managed to fight him off, just like Dr. Ford fought off Brett Kavanaugh.

It’s not the first time I’ve been sexually assaulted. Or the worst. But it’s the one that’s proven the most salient for me this week. It’s the one I keep reliving. Because men on social media keep saying this type of assault doesn’t matter. It’s just boys being boys. Just play. Don’t ruin a man’s life over some trivial roughhousing like attempted rape.

Thanks also to the many defenses I’ve seen on behalf of Kavanaugh, I know also that the family friend who spent years grabbing my butt every time he saw me is just having fun. I know that the man who chased me on the interstate and followed me to my office was just expressing romantic interest, that the dozens of men who have grabbed me over the years couldn’t help themselves. It doesn’t matter how I felt about it. What matters are the feelings of men.

I’ve had a headache for six days because I am so tense reading the many defenses of Kavanaugh. I look at my daughter and can’t bear the thought of sending her out into this world. I look on my social media feed and I see women repeatedly sticking their necks out, claiming their stories, standing up for other women. From men I mostly see silence. Or victim-blaming.

If you know anyone who is not a man, odds are good that person is highly triggered right now, or knows someone who is. They’re grappling with their own history of abuse, or with the possibility that if they ever are abused, no one will care. So to anyone who is lucky enough not to feel perpetually victimized by rape culture, please keep the following in mind:

  1. Know that everything you post on social media is being read by at least one person—and probably many—who have been sexually abused or raped.
  2. Know that the women you love are watching you. Your response to Trump, to Cosby, to Kavanaugh, and to other men who abuse women will determine whether they tell you their own stories.
  3. If you don’t know anyone who has been raped or abused, it’s not because the women in your life are lucky. It’s because they don’t trust you enough to tell you.
  4. Know that the way you talk about sexual abuse can be a form of secondary abuse. Survivors are listening and reading, and what you say is affecting them.
  5. Consider that you know at least one rapist. Twenty percent of American men admit to having sexually assaulted someone.

If someone in your life shares a story of abuse or says they are triggered:

  1. Resist the urge to offer advice. Abuse survivors are not stupid. We know that self-defense classes exist and that doors have locks. When you tell a survivor what she can do or should have done, you imply that the abuse was her fault. You position yourself as an authority on a topic with which the survivor has plenty of experience and you have none.
  2. Don’t tell a survivor what you would have done. You don’t know. You weren’t there.
  3. Assume the survivor is not only telling the truth, but that they are leaving out some of the worst details. Rather than assuming exaggeration and hysteria so you don’t have to face reality, sit with the reality of the abuse we force people to live with.
  4. Ask what you can do. Ask what she needs.
  5. Speak out. Tell men who silence abuse survivors or defend rape to shut the fuck up. Cut them out of your workplace, your social circle, your social media. Make them pay a social toll for their refusal to acknowledge women as human beings.

Doctor Ford, my hero, will begin testifying in an hour. She’s doing this for me, and for everyone like me. It’s one of the bravest things I’ve ever seen, and I wish we lived in a society that acknowledged her heroic act. I hope I would do the same.

Maybe one of the men who sexually assaulted me will one day be nominated for a position of power. Perhaps I’ll have the chance to bring what happened in the shadows to light, and force everyone to see them for what they really are. I’ll get death threats, but I’ll also get support.

Or maybe that will never happen. I’ll just continue getting headaches from the weight of the long history of abuse that we have collectively decided is the acceptable reality for women. I, like millions of others, will continue spending my life expending massive emotional energy dealing with all of this trauma. I’ll cultivate coping skills most men never have to consider. And when the next public sex abuse story bubbles up, men will yet again tell me to stop being so hysterical, so emotional.

After all, it’s not like a person was abused. Just a woman.

Abortion Clinic Spotlight: Family Reproductive Health, Charlotte North Carolina

Family Reproductive Health abortion clinic in Charlotte, NC

Family Reproductive Health

“We are a women’s health center specializing in family planning and abortion services. I began working here in 1982 and later became the owner of the clinic. As a nurse, a mother and a feminist, I wanted to create a different atmosphere for women confronting sexuality and pregnancy decisions. I have created a place for you to find and hear your own voice. So, in our clinic we tell the truth, we talk about the hard “stuff,” we laugh, we cry, and we hold women in high regard.” – Deborah Walsh, Executive Director/Owner

Family Reproductive Health abortion clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina offers a variety of family planning, GYN and abortion services. Our staff are well trained, skilled, compassionate and committed to providing high quality care. Women of all ages come to us for birth control, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, annual check-ups and Pap Smear tests, pregnancy tests, ultrasound dating of pregnancy, decision counseling surrounding pregnancy, and abortion services.

A woman experiences pregnancy with her physical as well as her emotional and spiritual being. We offer excellent medical care in a clean and safe environment. We go a step farther to pay attention to the other aspects of this decision. A woman’s head may be saying one thing and her heart another. Acknowledging the range of feelings will help a woman make the best decision for her life and move forward from a place of peace and power. Women are the gatekeepers of life. We have always decided when to bring life into the world through our bodies. We trust your ability to find your own path. Our focus is the woman who sits in our midst. Our mission is to make the world a better place, one woman, one family at a time.

Services Offered
Abortion From 4 to 17 Weeks
Abortion By Pill
Same Day Appointments
Walk-in Pregnancy Testing
Pain Medication or Injection Sedation
Ultrasound Included
Lab Tests (Rh Typing, Anemia Screening & Pregnancy Test)
Follow-up Examination Included
Pregnancy Confirmation for Medicaid
Family Planning and Birth Control

Ask About Private Appointments

Family Reproductive Health is located at:
700 E. Hebron Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28273

Call us at: 704-551-0808 or 800-952-9034

Our office hours are :
Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Saturday 8 AM to 1
PM

> Pregnancy Test Services Monday through Saturday during open hours
> Special Counseling Services by Appointment