UNM Center for Reproductive Health Seeing Patients

The UNM Center for Reproductive Health, a joint collaboration between the UNM Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and the UNM Department of Family and Community Medicine, opened in July, 2007 at 1701 Moon Medical Plaza NE (at the intersection of Moon and Indian School NE.) Faculty physicians and staff at the Center offer a full range of reproductive health services.

Our experts will help you with all methods of birth control including IUDs, Implanon (the new implant), and female sterilization with laparoscopy and the new “no cut” Essure sterilization by hysteroscopy. The clinic also offers pregnancy termination, both surgical and medical.

We have special expertise in helping women with medical complications for both contraception and pregnancy termination. We also offer prenatal care and vasectomy. We accept Medicaid, UNM Care, SCI and private insurance.

We also have cash prices for many services. For more information or an appointment, phone 925-4455.

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