If you are just starting birth control or want to change your current method, call the Patient Service Center and ask for an appointment with the Family Planning Consulting Nurse. She will review with you in detail the methods of birth control available and assist you in making an appointment with a clinician.
Click on the links below to explore different types of birth control offered at Hall Health.
Come in person to the Patient Service Center (main entry of Hall Health) and request to see a consulting nurse for a possible UTI. You do not need an appointment.
Common Symptoms: painful urination, urgency and frequency of urination.
If you have any concerning symptoms of a possible STI, call to schedule an appointment with a Women's Clinic clinician. Women's Clinic providers will answer your questions about sexual practices and help you learn safer sexual practices.
Clicking on the links below will take you to health information about each of the following:
Women's Health nurse Angela Ramirez-Wood with Hall Health Center employee Patricia Atwater.
The Women's Clinic provides expert, women-centered care with a focus on gynecology, obstetrics, and preventive services. We provide timely care and education in a safe and nurturing environment. Our services include women's health maintenance exams, evaluation of women's health problems, family planning, and prenatal care.