Sexual and Reproductive Health

Emergency Contraception

For women, if you have had unprotected sex and need emergency contraception, please go to your local pharmacy and purchase Plan B, over the counter, and take as recommended. It is best to take it as soon as possible after the encounter. Nausea is a common side effect.

STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) Testing

Sexually transmitted infections are common.  We offer routine testing to determine if you have an STI, and can help manage any urgent sexual-health needs. If you have had an encounter that places you at risk for HIV transmission, please call our office or log in during virtual walk-in hours for a same-day appointment. There is medication available that can significantly reduce your risk of getting HIV, but it needs to be started quickly.  

Sexual Assault

If you have been sexually assaulted, or if you are not sure if you have been sexually assaulted, please contact RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) for immediate assistance at: or go to an emergency room.  Do not take a shower or wash until you have had a forensic rape-kit test. Even though you may want to, do not throw away sheets or clothing as they may contain key evidence.