Walk-in Contraceptive Services
Get all your contraceptive care in one place: Rader Walk-in Contraceptive Clinic.
Active duty service members, regardless of gender identity, are eligible for care and counseling at walk-in contraceptive clinics and can received education on safe sexual practices, contraceptives and STI prevention and treatment.
The clinic is open 8–10 a.m. every Wednesday.
We offer the following products and services:
- Birth control pills & refills
- General contraceptive education & counseling
- Intrauterine (IUD) removal
- Emergency Contraception / Plan B
- Patch – Estrogen / Progesterone
- Depo Provera Injection (HCG testing)
How it Works
All active duty (AD) service members (SMs) can walk in Wednesday mornings from 8–10 a.m. for contraceptive services listed above. ADSMs who know which form of contraception they desire will be screened (appropriateness, rule out pregnancy) and prescribed same day. ADSMs seeking education on options will receive resources and can return to the clinic the following Wednesday for desired contraception.
Services Not Available
All services not available at Rader Clinic will be referred to the following clinics:
- Nexplanon insertion & removals
- Intrauterine (IUD) insertion
- Kimbrough: 7:50–11 a.m. every Wednesday
- Malcolm Grow: 8–11 a.m. every Tuesday
- Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: 7:30–11 a.m. every Wednesday
- A.T. Augusta National Military Medical Center: 8 a.m. to noon every Tuesday; 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. every Friday