Three Patients Describe How The Right Time Providers Made Them Feel At Their Appointments
Hear their stories.
At The Right Time health centers, you can be sure that you’ll have access to all methods of birth control, the methods are free or available at a low-cost, and you can trust that you’ll meet with a provider who will listen to you and collaborate with you to find contraception that meets your specific needs. No matter what you’re looking for, or whether you have insurance or not, the providers at your nearest The Right Time health center can help.
Here is what real patients had to say about their experiences. To make an appointment with the provider nearest you, click here.
“I felt that I could do whatever it was that I chose to do. And again, at each stage, I came in with one thing in mind, I was considering an IUD and after having a few other conversations about my other personal practices, it wasn’t quite in alignment with that choice, and so I made a different choice. And that was really great.”
“They told me, ‘don’t worry, just come in’ and I was able to have my appointment for free too because of the situation I was in. It was just a huge relief when I had to have a lot of stressful things going on, it is the one thing that I know I can count on while I try to get things figured out and things more stable.”
“I think I was just a little surprised by how easy and smooth everything was. You know I think a lot of times when you go into new hospitals or doctors’ offices you're expecting this huge stack of papers asking you all these hundreds of questions about what you've done in the past, what your plans are for the future, medical records, things like that and it was definitely more along the lines of just basic information you know getting to know you and then the doctor and the nurse kind of took care of the rest.”
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