Walk-In Contraceptive Services
Get all your contraceptive care in one place: the 19th Medical Group walk-in contraceptive clinic.
All beneficiaries, regardless of gender identity, are eligible for care and counseling at walk-in contraceptive clinics and can receive education on safe sexual practices, contraceptives, and STI prevention and treatment.
The clinic is open every Thursday, 8 - 9 a.m.
- Prescription of birth control pills, hormonal patches, and vaginal rings
- Same-day insertion of IUDs and Nexplanon
- Depo-Provera injections
- Birth control counseling
- Emergency contraception
- Sterilization counseling
How it Works
The 19th Medical Group is offering a once-weekly walk-in contraceptive clinic. Individuals wanting to start contraception can walk in to the front desk of the Family Health Clinic on Thursdays, 8 - 9 a.m., and will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment or referral is needed. This service is available to all active duty service members, and National Guard or Reserve members on active duty orders, who are interested in starting a contraceptive method of their choosing on the same day (other than sterilizations). This service is also available to dependents and other beneficiaries, on a space available basis. Patients will be expected to provide a urine sample for a pregnancy test. The Contraceptive Care Walk-in Clinic is closed the third Thursday of every month for training.
This service is for starting contraceptives only; all other reproductive-related concerns will need a referral from your Primary Care Manager.