Compassionate reproductive care
Pregnancy is a big deal. We are here to support our patients with accurate information, answer questions, provide pregnancy choices, coordinate lab tests and make sure you stay healthy. If you are pregnant, call or text our trained support team today at 360.344.1000.
Comprehensive pregnancy choices
- Family planning, preconception counseling and contraceptive care
- Pregnancy testing: lab test to detect the presence of hCG
- Ultrasound services
- Judgement-free pregnancy counseling by experienced medical providers to support each patient’s choice
- Emergency contraception (“morning after pill”) to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or when a birth control method has failed
- Abortion pill: safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy (up to 10 weeks) at home
- In-clinic abortion: a medical procedure that ends a pregnancy (up to 11 weeks)
- Adoption referrals
- Prenatal care: experienced providers offer complete pregnancy services in a variety of welcoming and inclusive environments
- Labor and delivery: birthing suites in our award-winning medical facility provide the security of modern technology in a caring and supportive atmosphere
Support through every step
Sexual health is an important part of your overall health. Jefferson Healthcare’s commitment to whole-person care includes sexual and reproductive health. From finding you the best method of birth control to pregnancy testing to judgment-free information about safe options, our medical experts will support you through every step.
Call or text the pregnancy line if you’ve had a positive pregnancy test, want to establish prenatal care, discuss pregnancy options, or want an abortion.
STEP 1 - Call or text the pregnancy line 360.344.1000.
- Call 360.344.1000 and leave a number where you can be reached privately.
- This phone line is managed by a small group of nurses trained to help you through the process.
STEP 2 - A trained nurse will call you back within two days.
- A trained nurse will ask questions to find out how far along you are, tell you about our reproductive services, provide accurate medical information, answer any questions, and help you through the process.
- The nurse will order bloodwork to be done at the hospital.
- Sometimes the nurse will order an ultrasound.
- The nurse will schedule an appointment with a doctor.
- If you are uncertain about continuing the pregnancy and want to talk with a counselor, the nurse can schedule time or give you a phone number for a private, non-judgemental consult.
STEP 4 - Options if you decide to end the pregnancy: in-clinic abortion and the abortion pill
- If you are past 11 weeks, a nurse will give you clinic names in the region where you can get an abortion when further along.
- If you are under 11 weeks, you are eligible for medication abortion (under 10 weeks) or an in-clinic or in-operating room abortion (under 11 weeks). A nurse will explain each option so you can choose what is best for you.
- Go to your appointment with the doctor. The doctor will review your medical history and your lab and ultrasound results.
- The doctor will answer all your questions so you can be sure the abortion and the type of abortion is right for you.
- A medication abortion (the abortion pill) is done at home.
- An in-clinic or in-operating room abortion takes about 10-15 minutes. You have options to take medications for relaxation and discomfort. Afterward, you’ll rest in the clinic to be sure you are doing well before going home. You may be scheduled for a follow-up visit.