Planned Parenthood - Metro Health Center - Salt Lake City Low Cost Clinic

  • 160 South 1000 East, Suite 120
  • Salt Lake City UT, 84102
  • Contact Phone: 801.257.6789
  • Website: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center
  • Services: Abortion Services, Birth Control,HIV Testing,LGBT Services,Men's Health Care,Morning after pill(Emergency contraception),Pregnancy Testing & Services,STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines,Women's Health Care.
  • Remarks: N/A
  • Operation Hours: mon,thurs:11am-7pm,tues-wed:9am-5pm,fri:10:30am-5pm

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