Questions About Your Visit

Will my visit be confidential?
A Woman's Place Medical Clinic will hold in strict confidence all information provided, except as is required by law.

Do I need an appointment?
We accept walk-ins, but it is better to schedule an appointment in order to minimize your wait time. See our Clinic locations and hours.

Do I have to be 18 to come in and take a test?
There is no age requirement to come in and take a pregnancy test.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Just like any doctor’s visit, we ask that you bring a photo ID with you to your appointment for your own safety.

Is there a cost?
All of our services are free to our clients. We don’t benefit financially from any decision you make, so you can rest assured that we have no financial interest in the outcome of your pregnancy.

Since 1985, Pregnancy Center of Pinellas County, now A Woman’s Place Medical Clinic, has been providing women, teens, and couples with free medical services and reproductive health education. We strive to empower every woman to make informed decisions about her health and future by offering:

  • Free pregnancy tests
  • Free limited ultrasounds
  • Pregnancy Options Education
  • Community and Medical Referrals
  • Pregnancy Support Services
  • Holistic care
  • Well Woman Care

Throughout our history, we have served thousands of women and their partners. Our staff and volunteers understand the situations and questions many women face regarding their reproductive health. We provide a confidential, caring environment where you can be empowered with the information and support you need to make the choice that’s best for you—physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

A Woman’s Place Medical Clinic is a non-profit 501c(3). Community funding allows our organization to maintain the ability to provide free services. Schedule an appointment today or contact us at 727-545-1234 in Pinellas County or 813-931-1804 in Tampa.