NEWARK, NJ – Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey, which serves Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties, is seeing as many patients as possible amidst the chaos of the COVID-19 outbreak. Three of the affiliate's five health centers remain open to patients seeking reproductive health care, by appointment only.
PPMNJ is also proud to announce the launch of a new telehealth program in Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties, which allows patients to access high-quality, affordable health care services by phone and/or through a private and secure video conferencing platform that connects them with PPMNJ’s trusted providers.
“The health and safety of our patients and staff is very important to Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey (PPMNJ), and we are taking precautions to adhere to social distancing recommendations. We are proud to offer services through telehealth and in-person at our health centers to ensure that all of our patients can continue to access high-quality reproductive health care,” said PPMNJ CEO Roslyn Rogers Collins.
The following Health Centers are open:
Paterson Health Center, 680 Broadway, Paterson; 10am-4pm
Montclair Health Center, 29 North Fullerton Ave, Montclair; 9am-5pm
Mulberry Health Center, 240 Mulberry Street, Newark; 9am-5pm
In-person and Telehealth appointments available via www.ppmnj.org OR by calling 973-622-3900.