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Official: Planned Parenthood Opening in N. 25th St

First reported by Richmond Free Press:

The former home of Edloe’s Pharmacy and Drs. Frank S. and Harry W. Royal’s medical practices in Church Hill is being transformed into a full-service women’s clinic for the Virginia League for Planned Parenthood. The Planned Parenthood organization purchased the building two years ago and is pouring $5 million into the building at 1122 N. 25th St. to create a modern space, according to Paulette McElwain, VLPP president and chief executive officer. Under construction with an opening date not set, the Church Hill clinic would be VLPP’s fourth in the state and the second in Richmond, she said. The other VLPP clinics are in Hampton and Virginia Beach.
Jeremy M. Lazarus

If you’re curious about what Planned Parenthood does, here’s a breakdown of the patient care services that they provided from October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018.

From Page 22 of the Report

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Clarissa Dery
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This is awesome!!!!!!

Will Weaver
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A bit of karmic justice here. I like it!

Lynn Rudock Fibbiani
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Who’s paying for it?

Kelly Weber
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Does anyone know if they will provide prenatal care as part of being full service at this location? May seem an odd question, but we know several neighbors who could benefit from access to affordable prenatal care and I’m not sure if being “full service” will include this. I don’t think it does at at the other Richmond location.

Kendall Joplin
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Lynn Rudock Fibbiani, per the article, Planned Parenthood is.

Paulette McElwain
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Excited to be providing care in the East End soon. The back is much prettier right now! Glad to see folks are excited.

Paulette McElwain
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Kelly Weber We used to provide this service at our Hamilton site and worked out an arrangement with the health department to take our prenatal patients actually. We are considering it at this site. We know there is a real need in the community. We need to open and then start working on partnerships with folks for deliveries.

Paulette McElwain
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Exactly. All private funds raised by VLPP.

Kelly Weber
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Thanks for the fast reply. Is there a specific person/office at the health department that people can be directed to? And, for instance, would this be who people could go to for ultrasounds and prenatal checkups? Thanks!

Paulette McElwain
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They have recently rolled back their program. I can find out more for you about where people who don’t have insurance can go for care right now though. I will send you a message next week.

Raidah Ziadeh Hudson
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Paulette McElwain thank you for doing the work you do. Everyone deserves affordable accessible excellent healthcare.

Ned Haley
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Paulette McElwain , congrats … I recall this was one of your objectives when you moved to Church Hill!

Paulette McElwain
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Excited to have my office so close to my house!

Kelly Weber
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Great. Thanks!

Tiffany Ingram
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Awesome news!!!!!!!

Anonymous
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Paulette McElwain – did you happen to find any options for people without insurance who need prenatal care?