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1350 South King Street, Suite 309
Honolulu, HI 96814
United States
sexual/reproductive healthcare
STI/STD testing and treatment
contraception (birth control) and emergency contraception
pregnancy testing
pregnancy all-options counseling
abortion services
trans gender/gender-variant services
teen-specific services
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Clinical Services Planned Parenthood of Hawaii offers women and men a wide range of reproductive healthcare services. Our high quality, confidential services are available to all people. Planned Parenthood of Hawaii offers the following clinical services: Abnormal Pap Follow-up Medical and Surgical Abortions Birth Control Services Cancer Screening (Cervical, Breast, Testicular) Colpscopy Pregnancy Options Counseling Emergency Contraception Annual Exams HIV Testing Male Health Services Menopause/Midlife Services Norplant Removal Pregnancy Testing and Counseling Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing and Treatment Urinary Tract Infection Diagnosis and Treatment Vaginal Infection Testing and Treatment *Our Honolulu and Kahului health centers now provide Hormone Therapy to Transgender Male-to-Female patients. This service will expand soon to Kailua Kona. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to help you make the healthiest decisions for your life. Honolulu Health Center: 808-589-1149; Fax: 808-589-1160 Kahului (Maui) Health Center: 808-871-1176; Fax: 808-871-1131 Kailua Kona Health Center: 808-329-8211; Fax: 808-329-8222 Kauai Health Center: 808-482-2756 4357 Rice Street, Suite 101, Lihue; Fridays 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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