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The Division of Family Planning Services and Research at Stanford University offers comprehensive, compassionate reproductive care for women of all backgrounds. Stanford faculty and staff provide individual care to women in a safe, respectful, supportive and friendly environment. The Family Planning clinic provides family planning services for individuals who seek birth control options, management of unintended and abnormal pregnancies, contraception for people with complex medical issues, difficult IUD/Implant insertion and removal, and comprehensive abortion care — including via telehealth. The Family Planning division is also committed to research, resident physician and fellow training, and education in the field of family planning.
Telehealth appointments for abortion care, miscarriage care, birth control, and contraception
You may require a referral to the Gynecology Clinic if you have an HMO health plan. Some services may also require advance authorization by your insurance company. For referral questions, call 650-498-7835.
Stanford Health Care provides comprehensive services to refer and track patients, as well as the latest information and news for physicians and office staff. For help with all referral needs and questions, visit Referring Physicians.