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Address: 462 1st Avenue, New York, NY
Cross street(s): East 28th Street
Clinic location: Ambulatory Care Building, Module 3C
Phone: 212-562-1864
Hours: Monday, Thursday & Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM

How do I get an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome for sexual and reproductive care during hours of operation (see below for hours). Walk-ins are also welcome for other services, but appointments are encouraged for faster service. If a staff member is not available to take the call a recorded message will give you instructions on how to proceed to get an appointment scheduled or leave a message. If you need emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill"), you can come in without an appointment. Remember that emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after sex and within 72 hours (3 days). Don't wait to come in!

What kind of care is provided?

We provide both regular primary care and sexual and reproductive care.

Primary care means you can get regular check-ups, sports physicals and exams for working papers, immunizations ("shots"), care for conditions such as asthma, advice about eating and exercise, and care when you feel sick. For a primary care visit, you will need to bring your parent or guardian with you, especially if you are visiting for the first time. After the first visit, they can sign a form so that you can go by yourself for other regular visits.

Sexual and reproductive care includes things like birth control, testing or treatment for STDs, HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. If you're an adolescent minor under the age of 18, you do not need to have anyone with you to get sexual and reproductive health care services. You can ask for a confidential visit when making an appointment. The doctor cannot tell anyone about your visit without your permission.

How old do I need to be?

You need to be 12 to 19 years old to get YouthHealth services at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue. Patients 20 and over are sent to adult primary care for services.

Can both young men and women get care at this location?

Yes.

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Address: 227 Madison Street, New York, NY
Cross street(s): Jefferson Street & Clinton Street
Clinic Location: 3rd Floor
Phone: 212-238-7255
Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Every second Saturday of the month)

How do I get an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome for sexual and reproductive care during hours of operation (see below for hours). For other services please call to make an appointment. If a staff member is not available to take the call a recorded message will give you instructions on how to proceed to get an appointment scheduled or leave a message. If you need emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill"), you can come in without an appointment even if you've never been here. Remember that emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after sex and ideally within 72 hours (3 days). Don't wait to come in!

What kind of care is provided?

We provide regular primary care and sexual and reproductive care.

Primary care means you can get regular check-ups, sports physicals and exams for working papers, immunizations ("shots"), care for conditions such as asthma, advice about eating and exercise, and care when you feel sick. For a primary care visit, you will need to bring your parent or guardian with you, especially if you are visiting for the first time. After the first visit, they can sign a form so that you can go by yourself for other regular visits.

Sexual and reproductive care includes things like birth control, testing or treatment for STDs, HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. If you're an adolescent minor under the age of 18, you do not need to have anyone with you to get sexual and reproductive health care services. You can ask for a confidential visit when making an appointment. The doctor cannot tell anyone about your visit without your permission.

Can both young men and women get care at this location?

Yes.

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Address: 46 West 137th Street, New York, NY
Cross street(s): Between 5th Avenue and Lenox Avenue
Clinic location: Ronald H. Brown Building, Ground Floor (register at pediatric clinic)
Phone: 212-939-8005
Hours: Monday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

How do I get an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome for sexual and reproductive care during hours of operation (see below for hours), but appointments are encouraged for other services. If you need emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill"), you can come in without an appointment. Remember that emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after sex and ideally within 72 hours (3 days). Don't wait to come in!

What kind of care is provided?

We provide both regular primary care and sexual and reproductive care.

Primary care means you can get regular check-ups, sports physicals and exams for working papers, immunizations ("shots"), care for conditions such as asthma, advice about eating and exercise, and care when you feel sick. For a primary care visit, you will need to bring your parent or guardian with you, especially if you are visiting the clinic for the first time. After the first visit, they can sign a form so that you can go by yourself for other regular visits.

Sexual and reproductive care includes things like birth control, testing or treatment for STDs, HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. If you're an adolescent minor under the age of 18, you do not need to have anyone with you to get sexual and reproductive health care services. You can ask for a confidential visit when making an appointment. The doctor cannot tell anyone about your visit without your permission.

How old do I need to be?

You need to be 12 to 19 years old to get YouthHealth services at NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem. Patients 20 and over are sent to adult primary care for services.

Can both young men and women get care at this location?

Yes.

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Address: 1901 First Avenue, New York, NY
Cross street(s): Enter on Second Avenue
Clinic location: 7th Floor Outpatient Department (YouthHealth services)
Phone: 212-423-6603 (YouthHealth services)
Hours: Monday & Friday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Thursday: 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

How do I get an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome for sexual and reproductive care during hours of operation (see below for hours), but appointments are encouraged for other services. If you need emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill"), you can come in without an appointment. Remember that emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after sex and ideally within 72 hours (3 days). Don't wait to come in!

What kind of care is provided?

We provide both regular primary care and sexual and reproductive care.

Primary care means you can get regular check-ups, sports physicals and exams for working papers, immunizations ("shots"), care for conditions such as asthma, advice about eating and exercise, and care when you feel sick. For a primary care visit, you will need to bring your parent or guardian with you. After the first visit, they can sign a form so that you can go by yourself for other regular visits.

Sexual and reproductive care includes things like birth control, testing or treatment for STDs, HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. If you're an adolescent minor under the age of 18, you do not need to have anyone with you to get sexual and reproductive health care services. You can ask for a confidential visit when making an appointment. The doctor cannot tell anyone about your visit without your permission.

How old do I need to be?

You need to be 12 to 18 years old to get YouthHealth services at NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan. Patients 19 and over are sent to adult primary care for services.

Can both young men and women get care at this location?

Yes.

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Address: 264 West 118th Street, New York, NY
Cross street(s): Between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd and Frederick Douglass Blvd
Clinic location: Ground floor
Phone: 212-932-6500
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Monday, Friday & Saturday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

How do I get an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome for sexual and reproductive care during hours of operation (see below for hours), but appointments are encouraged for other services. If you need emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill"), you can come in without an appointment. Remember that emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after sex and ideally within 72 hours (3 days). Don't wait to come in!

What kind of care is provided?

We provide both regular primary care and sexual and reproductive care.

Primary care means you can get regular check-ups, sports physicals and exams for working papers, immunizations ("shots"), care for conditions such as asthma, advice about eating and exercise, and care when you feel sick. For a primary care visit, you will need to bring your parent or guardian with you, especially if you are visiting the clinic for the first time. After the first visit, they can sign a form so that you can go by yourself for other regular visits.

Sexual and reproductive care includes things like birth control, testing or treatment for STDs, HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. If you're an adolescent minor under the age of 18, you do not need to have anyone with you to get sexual and reproductive health care services. You can ask for a confidential visit when making an appointment. The doctor cannot tell anyone about your visit without your permission.

How old do I need to be?

You need to be 21 and under to be seen for YouthHealth services at NYC Health + Hospitals /Sydenham. Patients 22 and over are sent to adult primary care for services.

Can both young men and women get care at this clinic?

Yes.

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