Signs of Quality Care

At Whole Woman’s Health, it is our philosophy to maintain a holistic approach to healthcare. We understand that women experience medical issues with their whole selves, often including their families, their religion and beliefs, their history, and their dreams. We listen to women, trust women, and are here to guide them through their choices.

As part of our mission, we provide quality care that women deserve. But, what exactly does quality care mean? What does it look like?

Quality care is:


Each woman must be at the center of her own healthcare decisions. Being patient-centered means each visit is customized for that patient and her needs. We are here for every step of the way, and we trust women to make the best healthcare decisions for their bodies, families, and lives.


No matter which Whole Woman’s Health clinic you visit, you’ll notice our signature purple walls, empowering women’s quotes and photos, down to soothing aromatherapy diffusers. On top of our inviting atmosphere, our medically trained and licensed staff is ready to help you in any way possible.


It is our mission to serve women and improve women’s health and happiness in the communities surrounding our clinics. No matter the situation, we are here to help and will never judge. No one gets pregnant to have an abortion, and every day, good women have abortions.


Whether you have questions about the abortion procedure, birth control, the recovery process, emotions, anything you can think of, we are here to educate and inform our patients and their loved ones with medically accurate information.


We are here to offer support for our patients in many ways: through counseling and guidance, funding assistance, and further recommendations. Outside of the clinic, we are taking steps to improve abortion access in the communities and states in which we serve.

Navigating healthcare isn’t easy, and every state has their own laws and regulations for clinics, making it difficult to know if you’ve ended up in a place that works for you. Ultimately, it comes down to the way a medical facility makes you feel. Trust your gut, ask questions, and go with your instincts.