I made a mistake. It was a “heat of the moment” thing.

We had sex without protection. I missed my shot. I forgot to take my pill. We ran out of condoms. The condom broke. Once in a while, we just neglect to use a condom. In any event, we are now here, the morning after our mistake.

The licensed medical doctors at our clinic provide you with non-judgmental, private, and prompt assistance. We have both male and female doctors on staff, and they can give you the morning after pill as well as counseling and testing as needed


$10 Morning After Pill

Our clinic offers the morning after pill for only $10, which is about 1/4 of the cost of "Plan B" available at many pharmacies. The best part is, our clinic is a walk-in service, open from 8am-11pm everyday of the week, including holidays and weekends.

The morning after pill, sometimes called an emergency contraception pill (ECP), is a form of emergency contraception that can be taken after having sex. This pill works in your body by stopping an egg from being released, and may also influence a temporary component of your uterus, called a corpus luteum, from generating and releasing hormones that otherwise support pregnancy.


Where Can It Be Taken?

The morning after pill can be taken after having sex, anytime within 72 hours after unprotected sex. This includes broken or slipped condoms, missed birth control pills, late birth control shots, sex without protection, or otherwise ineffective protection

Our clinic currently offers 2 sets of 4 tablets: one to be taken as soon as possible after you visit here, and another to be taken 12 hours after.

The morning after pill is only effective for a short period of time, and should not be used as a substitute for regular protection.


Birth Control

  • Free* Birth Control Pill. Our clinic currently offers free birth control pills (Tricyclen lo 28) for females of all ages with a prescription from one of our walk-in doctors here. Information on how to take these pills are provided in the leaflet provided in the package.
  • Intrauterine device (IUD) insertion and removal. Our gynecologists do IUD insertions and removals to meet your long-term birth control needs

Other Services

  • Routine PAP test and abnormal PAP test including coloscopy. Our clinic also does PAP tests by appointment 2-3 times per week, including evenings and weekends.
  • Family doctors. We currently have both male and female doctors accepting new patients for your long term health care needs. They provide a continuity of care, as well as acute care of minor medical problems
  • Stress/Counseling Clinic. Our clinic offers a counseling clinic that deal with many mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and stress that can come with your mistakes.

Keeping your baby

  • Gynecologists. If you find out that you are pregnant and decide to keep your baby, we also have 3 gynecologists on staff, including a female gynecologist. They can counsel you on your new baby and do routine checks to ensure the safety and health of your new baby. New patients are always welcome

What is a gynecologist?

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a gynecologist is defined as a person who studies “a branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and routine physical care of the reproductive system of women”**.


*(subject to change without notice, while quantities last)
**http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gynecology