Covid-19 Safety - Risk Level RED

In order to minimize the risk of exposure to the coronavirus and to keep our clients, staff, and community safe, we have made temporary changes that impact some of our policies and services.

Please see our blog to get the most up to date information.

With Woman Fridays

Due to the continued need for social distancing and screening to minimize the risks of exposure to Covid-19, our With Woman Fridays and Con Mujeres programs will use a “same day scheduling” model instead of walk-in hours for the foreseeable future.

Need your annual exam, STI testing or birth control? We can help! You can call every Friday for a same day appointment for primary gynecological care at The Midwife Center every Friday from 1:00-5:00pm.

To make a same day appointment, please call our main number at 412-321-6880 (option 4) any Friday between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm to schedule an appointment between 1:00 – 5:00 pm.

During With Woman Fridays*, our goal is to provide clients of all ages who are insured or uninsured with the best possible care.

Services include:

  • Complete history and physical exams, including annual exams
  • Pelvic exams and Pap tests
  • STI/vaginal infection screening and treatment
  • Contraceptives, including emergency contraceptives
  • Fertility awareness
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Wellness promotion
  • Referrals for mammography
  • Menopausal care

Learn more about the primary gynecological services we offer.

If you don’t have insurance we can talk to you about your options, including medical assistance. For people who do not qualify for medical assistance, as a member of Adagio Health we are able to provide care for free or on a sliding fee scale. The sliding-scale fee will be based on your income and family size.

We also offer primary gynecological appointments during the rest of the week. If you would rather come in for a scheduled appointment, please call us at 412.321.6880.

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*Why is the program called With Woman Fridays?
The name comes from the origins of the word midwife. midwife (n.) c. 1300, "woman assisting," literally "woman who is 'with' " from Middle English mid "with" + wif "woman

If you don’t have insurance we can talk to you about your options, including medical assistance. Please call us at 412.321.6880.

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