Free Women's Health Clinics Near Me

If you can't afford any health insurance and don’t qualify for coverage through the health insurance marketplace, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), you can get low-cost health care at a nearby community health center.

Free women's health clinics are located in both urban and rural areas. How much you pay depends on your income.

There are around 17,000 free or low-cost clinics that provide medical care in the united states.

Health services provided by free women's health clinics include:

  • Breast Exams
  • Cervical Cancer Screenings
  • Colposcopy
  • Infertility
  • Pap Test
  • Mammogram Referrals
  • Menopause Testing and Treatment
  • UTI Testing and Treatment
  • Vaginal Infections Testing and Treatment
  • Cryotherapy

Preparation for a women's health visit at this health center:

Do not douche, have sex, or put anything in your vagina 24 hours before your pelvic exam. It is best if you are not having your menstrual period for some types of visits. Contact us if you have questions.

Checkups for gynecological medical service concerns may require a pelvic exam.

For the testing and treatment of urinary tract infections, the free clinic will collect a urine sample at the time of your visit.

For the testing and treatment of vaginal infections, a pelvic exam may be required.

Referrals for mammograms require a breast exam within the last 12 month(s).

A Pap test is sometimes needed during a routine checkup.

Cervical cancer screening requires a pelvic exam and Pap test.

Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood is America’s most trusted provider of reproductive health care. One in five American women has chosen Planned Parenthood for health care at least once in her life.

Nationwide Planned Parenthood operates more than 600 health centers, which reflect the diverse needs of their communities.

Planned Parenthood Services:

  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Abortion Services
  • Birth Control Pills
  • STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines

Pregnancy Testing

If you are sexually active and have missed a period, you may be pregnant. Symptoms of pregnancy include fatigue, nausea, swollen/tender breasts, headaches, and frequent urination.

In Fact,10% of the women we see that have tested positive elsewhere are no longer pregnant when tested and scanned. Don't rush into an abortion decision you don't need. You have time to get informed.

Through medical-grade pregnancy testing, A Woman’s Clinic can accurately confirm your pregnancy. We may also recommend an ultrasound to determine how far along you are in the pregnancy. Having this information is the first step in making an informed decision.


Did you know that 1 in 4 pregnancies ends by miscarriage? Yes, 1 out of 4 and it happens naturally without the cost of an abortion. An ultrasound can inform you whether your pregnancy is likely to miscarry and this service is no-cost to women.

You may qualify for an ultrasound when you’ve received a positive pregnancy test completed at free women's clinic. A Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) or an appropriately trained Registered Nurse (RN) performs limited obstetrical ultrasound exams at our clinics.

An ultrasound can help determine how far along you are and if your pregnancy is viable. It can also sometimes detect an ectopic pregnancy, which can be life-threatening if undetected. An abortion will not resolve this complication.

Free STD Testing

No matter what you're facing, we’ll meet you with the kind of support you need.

To safeguard your health, A Woman’s Place Medical Clinic offers free STD testing and treatment for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia with our qualified nursing staff. Expanding testing is available with our well-woman provider. Contact the clinic nearest you to schedule an appointment and learn more about reducing your risk of contracting an STD or STI.

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Free Prescription Discount Card

  • No registration required.
  • Everyone is eligible.
  • Get discount up to 80%.
  • Card can be used for person with Insurance or without insurance for discount.
  • Never expires.
  • Ready for immediate.
  • No activation required.
  • Prescription Coupon

Federal Poverty Limits

The poverty guidelines are sometimes loosely referred to as the "federal poverty level" (FPL). Many Free Clinics only accept patients who is at or below 200 to 300% of the federal poverty level

Persons in Family Poverty Limit(100%) Poverty Limit(200%)
1 $14,580 $29,160
2 $19,720 $39,440
3 $24,860 $49,720
4 $30,000 $60,000
5 $35,140 $70,280
6 $40,280 $80,560
7 $45,420 $90,840
8 $50,560 $101,120
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $5,140 for each additional person.

FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)

Are free women's clinics really free?

There are 1400 free clinics that do not charge anything. However, most “free clinics” operate using a sliding scale for payment so you may pay a small fee for care depending on your income.

Can free clinics write prescriptions?

Yes, Free clinics use a licensed doctor, who can write prescriptions.

Do I need an appointment to be seen at the free clinics?

Yes, Most free women's health clinics only see patients with appointments but there are few free urgent care who takes walk-ins.

I am an undocumented person. Will the free clinic see me?

Depends on clinics, Some clinics require you to be a legal resident but most of them don't. They just need your residency proof.

How does the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) affect the Free Clinic?

Even after obama care there are 29 millions uninsured people in the US, so if you don't have any insurance then it does not affect free clinics.

Is the Clinic staffed with licensed health professionals?

Yes, all of medical staff is licensed with the State and are covered under the one or other federal insurance.