Adrienne Byrne, MS
1900 E. 9th St.
Wichita, KS 67214
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Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and self-pay based on a sliding scale accepted as forms of payment for services rendered.
Read a fact
sheet about the services provided at the Family Planning Clinic.
Maternal Infant Health Coalition Asset Map of Sedgwick County
Eighty-five percent of women who do not use contraceptives during
vaginal intercourse become pregnant each year. The only guarantee
against pregnancy is not having vaginal intercourse. Other
contraceptive methods can greatly reduce your pregnancy risk during
The Sedgwick County Division of Health offers
the following medically recommended methods of birth control:
An appointment with a medical care provider is necessary prior to receiving any methods
of birth control. Parental consent is not required. In addition to reducing the chance of pregnancy, certain types of
birth control, such as condoms, can reduce the chance of
contracting sexually transmitted
Read more about
various forms of birth control.
The Sedgwick County Division of Health offers pregnancy tests.
No appointment is necessary during
clinic hours and results
are available immediately. Parental consent is not required.
Women with positive pregnancy tests will be screened for high-risk health
behaviors and education and referrals will be completed when appropriate. Women
with negative pregnancy tests will be counseled and offered birth control if
All women, especially those who are sexually active, should have an annual
well woman exam. A well woman exam consists of an overall physical exam, breast
exams starting at age 10 and a Pap smear every three years starting at age 21.
Education will be provided based on individual patient risk factors.
Through the Maternal and Child Health Care Coordination program, young men
and women, and women less than one year postpartum, will receive screening and
education to encourage healthy behaviors prior to pregnancy.
The Sedgwick County Division of Health offers the Early Detection Works
program which provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings for women who
meet program guidelines. Call 660-7300 to schedule an appointment and learn more
about this program or
about the cancer screenings offered.
how to do a self breast examination.
The Mission of Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our community so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe, secure, and healthy environment.
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