Women's Health Free Clinic (WHFC)

The Women’s Health Free Clinic (WHFC) became the nation's first comprehensive, free, student-run women's health clinic when it opened in February 2008. The clinic is a partnership between New York University School of Medicine, the Reproductive Health Access Project, and the Institute for Family Health.

  • Routine GYN exam / well-woman exam
  • Pap smears, HPV testing
  • Contraception: Birth control pills, Depo-Provera shot, IUDs, condoms
  • Emergency contraception (Plan B or "morning-after pill")
  • STD testing and treatment (genital warts, gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B)
  • Pregnancy testing, options counseling and ultrasound for unintended pregnancy
  • Medication abortion (up to 9 weeks since the last menstrual period)
  • Treatment of GYN problems - vaginal infections, irregular bleeding, pain
  • Endometrial biopsy
  • Referral for screening mammogram and colonoscopy
  • All necessary bloodwork and laboratory services
  • Outpatient specialty referrals
  • Necessary blood tests and laboratory services

Patients will be seen by teams composed of NYU medical students, Beth Israel residents, and a reproductive health fellow with a specific interest in women's health.

Patients interested in making an appointment, please click here.

Physicians interested in volunteering for the WHFC, please click here.