Walk-in Contraceptive Services
Get all your contraceptive care in one place: the Kenner Army Health Clinic walk-in contraceptive clinic, located in Family Medicine.
All beneficiaries, regardless of gender identity, are eligible for care and counseling at walk-in contraceptive clinics and can receive education on safe sexual practices, contraceptives, and STI prevention and treatment.
The clinic is open Wednesdays, 7:30 –11:30 a.m. and 1 – 3 p.m.
We offer the following products and services:
- Implants (Nexplanon)
- IUDs (hormonal, non-hormonal)
- Emergency Contraception
- Rings (Annovera, NuvaRing)
- Depo-Provera Initiation
How it Works
After arriving at the Family Medicine Clinic, the patient will be checked in by MSA and given a questionnaire to complete. The patient will then be taken to an exam room, where a nurse will review the questionnaire to find out what form of contraception is wanted. The patient will then be seen by a provider for evaluation and either prescribed product or prepared for a procedure. If needed, the patient will go to the Kenner lab for a pregnancy test. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served and waiting is to be expected if patient needs pregnancy testing.
Reproductive Health Care Resources
The Department of Defense is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of our people and is undertaking actions to improve awareness of the reproductive health resources and support available to service members, their families, and other eligible beneficiaries. The Defense Health Agency has assembled information in the resources listed below to address some of the most common questions DHA has received about reproductive health care services. This information will be updated on an ongoing basis, as appropriate.
- Health.mil Women's Health: Comprehensive information and resources related to women’s and gender-specific care including cardiovascular, mental health, musculoskeletal injuries, and reproductive health care.