Appointments - Frequently Asked Questions


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Scheduling An Appointment

Is it necessary to come to the facility for a pregnancy test before my appointment?
Will I have to wait long for an appointment?
Are appointments available for evenings and weekend?
Is everything confidential?
Why does the entire visit require 2 or more hours in the facility?
Should I worry about protestors outside the office?

Scheduling An Appointment

Is it necessary to come to the facility for a pregnancy test before my appointment?
No. It is not necessary because we will be performing a pregnancy test along with your other laboratory tests on the day of your procedure.

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Will I have to wait long for an appointment?

All of our offices offer a wide variety of appointment times to meet your needs. We can arrange early morning or evening appointments. We will do our best to see you the same day or the next day from the time of your call if you choose.

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Are appointments available for evenings and weekend?

For the convenience of our patients, we are able to provide evening and weekend appointments at one or more of our five easily accessible facilities located throughout Florida. An exclusive VIP appointment can be scheduled for you to be the only patient in the office. Please call for details.

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Is everything confidential?

Yes, everything is strictly confidential. We cannot give out any information about a patient without her written permission.

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Why does the entire visit require 2 or more hours in the facility?

Although the actual procedure takes only a few minutes, there are various other important aspects to your visit. Upon arrival, you will be asked to complete medical history forms and read a variety of information and consent forms. You will receive laboratory tests which will include an analysis of your blood volume, your Rh factor, and a routine urinalysis which will also include a pregnancy test.

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Should I worry about protestors outside the office?

There are certain days and times when there may be several people standing on the public sidewalk. Our privately owned parking lots separate the demonstrators from our patients. Their techniques are to attempt to speak to you, give you pamphlets of literature that discourage you from having an abortion performed, tell you how unsafe the abortion procedure is, and eventually call you a child murderer, and say or do anything to prevent patients from coming in our offices. The best thing is to avoid them, not speak to them, and walk directly into our offices.

Although they can be annoying, loud, inappropriate, and harass patients, they have a legal right to voice their opinion on the public right of way. They are not allowed to walk onto our properties. If you have any concerns or would like to be escorted to and from your car, please let us know.

 

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