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Family Planning Clinic

Florida Department of Health - St. Johns County

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For more information about Family Planning, please visit the Florida Department of Health’s Family Planning webpage

Services Available:

The Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County (DOH-St. Johns) provides a variety of family planning and related preventive health services in a confidential manner.  The following services are available:

  • FDA approved family planning and birth control methods (including supplies such as condoms) and abstinence counseling
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Yearly gynecological examination (including pap smear and breast exam)
  • HIV testing and counseling

Clinic Hours

Please call DOH–St. Johns before your visit to schedule an appointment for services. Appointments are available Monday – Friday:  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Who is Eligible?

Our Family Planning Clinic serves both female and male clients.  All clients are evaluated for the method of birth control that will best suit their needs.

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What is the Fee?

The services provided by our Family Planning Clinic are on the Federal Family Planning sliding fee scale, based on family household income and size.  We accept Medicaid.

Is an Appointment Required?

In order to best serve you, we ask that you call DOH-St. Johns to make an appointment.

What should I bring with me for eligibility?

 You will need to bring:

  • A government issued photo identification card (such as a Driver’s License)
  • Four (4) weeks most current / consecutive pay stubs for anyone working in the family household

More Information

Family Planning Reports

*Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Reader may be required to view these files.