New W.O.R.T.H. Clinic hours: Now Open all day Thursdays!



Women of W.O.R.T.H., Inc. Rome, GA



OFFERING AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN        . . . because women are WORTH it

WHO WE ARE: WOMEN OF W.O.R.T.H., INC. is a non-profit organization of health care providers and other providers and volunteers dedicated to improving the health status of women in Georgia. W.O.R.T.H. stands for Women's Organization for Reproductive and Total Health care.

Our Mission Statement:

Working to provide healthcare services
and education to empower women in Georgia. 

DONATE TO THE W.O.R.T.H. Clinic on PayPal or Network for Good:




Donate through Network for Good  http://alturl.com/4vnaz
View our SOS filings
                                                                                                                

Health care Services provided:
  • WOMEN'S ANNUAL HEALTH SCREENINGS AND PAP SMEARS
  • MANAGEMENT OF ABNORMAL PAP SMEARS (COLPOSCOPY)
  • ALL BIRTH CONTROL METHODS INCLUDING IUD AND IMPLANON INSERTION AND REMOVAL
  • STD TESTING AND TREATMENT
  • PREGNANCY TESTING
  • PRE-PREGNANCY COUNSELING
  • MEDICAL FOLLOW-UP FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS
  • COMMUNITY ACTION GROUPS TO IMPROVE WOMEN'S HEALTH IN GEORGIA
  • W.O.R.T.H. provides free pregnancy tests, free HIV tests, free condoms and free chlamydia and gonorrhea tests: because prevention makes cents for Georgia.
 See the temporary price list below.





 
W.O.R.T.H. in the NEWS

W.O.R.T.H. price list --see bottom of page


 

1513 Dean St.
Rome, GA  30161

MAPQUEST DIRECTIONS

Why do we need this clinic in Rome?
See the file below entitled "The State of Georgia's Women."
READ "Why did we Open Women of W.O.R.T.H?"
  • 5/2009: A Gallup survey showed that 1 in 7 women have cut costs by postponing her annual gynecology checkup and women are foregoing breast cancer exams and Pap smears.
  • 11/2010, a report shows that nearly 1 in 4 US women put off a gyn or birth control visit to save money.
  • 5/11/11.  The Commonwealth Fund  finds that in 2010, nearly half of women ages 19 to 64 skipped needed care because of the cost, up from one-third in 2001.
  • Why are the numbers always worse in Georgia?



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