The Wyandot County Public Health continues to build on the Family Planning Clinic that was started in October 2005. Sexual Health and Family Planning Clinics are held on the the first and third Thursdays of the month, by appointment and include: a physical, PAP, pelvic exam, STD testing and treatment, HIV counseling and testing, birth control options such as: oral contraceptives, injections, IUDs and implants, along with education, on-site Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) insertion, and education. Confidential services serve men and women starting at age 13 years.
Cost is based on income using a sliding fee scale. Private insurance companies will be billed as will Medicaid plans.
Clinics are staffed by a medical doctor or certified nurse practitioner, public health nurses, and clerical staff.
Appointments are required and can be made by calling the health department at 419-294-3852, ext. 211.
Sexual Health and Family Planning clinics are partially funded by the Reproductive Health and Wellness Program Grant through the Ohio Department of Health.