North Central District Health Department Our services are offered to anyone who needs them, regardless of marital status, age, sex, race, handicap, or income level. Medical Services Pregnancy Tests Planning Services We provide:
♦ Breast Exam Planning your family? We can help.
♦ Pregnancy testing
♦ Pelvic Exam Planning when to have your
♦ Counseling on all available options
♦ Pap Smear children gives you more control of
♦ Information on available resources
♦ Blood Test for Anemia your life. There are several safe,
♦ Urine Test for Glucose & Blood effective birth control methods
♦ Sexually Transmitted Disease Counseling Services available to help until the time is Screening
♦ Contraceptive counseling: right for you.
♦ HIV Testing upon Request Individual counseling regarding
♦ Contraceptives available include methods of birth control. pills, condoms, diaphragms,
♦ Sterilization counseling: Fees for medical services and IUDs, Norplant, Depo Provera, Information, counseling, and contraceptive supplies are and other methods. referral for sterilization for both determined by your ability to pay. men and women.
♦ Infertility problems: We accept medical cards, private Information and referral to an insurance, Visa and MasterCard. appropriate physician or clinic. Confidentiality — All Conversations and patient records are strictly confidential. Education and North Central Outreach Services District Health Educational programs can be arranged Department for groups, organizations, and schools. 215 10th Street Planning We have speakers, films, and other Lewiston ID 83501 resources. 208-799-3100 Services Our speakers are available to discuss: 333 E Palouse River Dr.
♦ women’s health care Moscow ID 83843
♦ contraception 208-882-7506
♦ sexually transmitted diseases 105 115th Street
♦ adolescent sexuality Orofino ID 83544
♦ teenage pregnancy 208-476-7850
♦ clinic services & operation 903 West Main Street Grangeville ID 83530 208-983-2842 132 N Hill Street Providers Kamiah ID 83536 Services are provided by certified 208-935-2124 nurse practitioners and by public health nurses. We provide individual care to help you make informed, independent North Central District decisions regarding your reproductive Health Department
This brochure was funded by Title X and North Central District Health Department
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