Womens Health Center

Women's Health & Family Planning

Clinic by appointment
(except pregnancy tests)

Office Hours at
240 Parsons Ave

Mon: 8 am – 2:15 pm
Tue: 10 am – 6:15 pm  
Wed: 8 am – 11:15 am

Thu/Fri: 8 am – 4:15 pm

Pregnancy Testing Times at
240 Parsons Ave
Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri: 10 am - 2 pm

Columbus Family Health Partnership
Phone: 614-645-5500

 

 

Health@columbus.gov

Women's Health Family Planning Center

Program Information

Reproductive Health and Wellness Program Services Information

Offers women’s annual exams, birth control and reproductive life planning for women and men, pregnancy tests, and screening for some cancers and sexually-transmitted infections.  

Walk-ins or Appointments for services. 
Interpreters Available.
Sliding fee scale for uninsured. Most insurances accepted. 

  • Well Women Annual Exams
  • Breast screening
  • Mammogram referrals
  • Pap Smears with HPV testing
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Testicular cancer screening
  • Contraceptive education
  • All birth control methods offered (includes Intrauterine Contraception and Implant)
  • Emergency contraception
  • Infertility counseling with referral (basics)
  • Testing, treatment, and prevention education for Sexually Transmitted diseases
  • Smoking cessation screening and counseling
  • Preconception education and vitamins
  • Healthy Weight Program with individual counseling
  • Pregnancy testing (includes vitamins with folic acid; education and Proof of Pregnancy Statements)

The Teen Health Clinic is now open. Learn more here.

    How to Get Services

    • By appointments, call (614) 645-1850
      Spanish: (614) 645-5907 
    • Walk-in visits 

    Bring to Each Visit 

    • Picture ID
    • Household family information
    • Insurance card, if insured

    Insurance and Payment

    • Payment Types accepted: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover
    • Insurance Cards accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, CareSource, UnitedHealthcare, Molina Healthcare and Anthem
    • ATM in our Main Lobby
    • Sliding Fee payment scale is used for all uninsured clients 
    • No one is refused care for inability to pay