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, Nexplanon implant
  • Comprehensive women's health and family planning
  • Emergency contraception (Plan B or "morning-after pill")
  • STD testing and treatment (genital warts, gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B)
  • Treatment of GYN problems - vaginal infections, irregular bleeding, pain
  • Endometrial biopsy
  • Referral for colposcopy, screening mammogram and colonoscopy
  • Bloodwork and laboratory services
  • Outpatient specialty referrals

Patient care teams may include NYU medical students, reproductive health fellows, and family medicine attendings.

Patients interested in making an appointment, please click here.

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