Whether you need routine gynecological care or have a specific gynecologic concern, we’re here to help.
*Telemedicine appointments are now available for certain Gynecology services. For more information and to schedule a telemedicine appointment please call 919-515-7762.
The Gynecology Services clinic at the Campus Health Center provides a full range of women’s health services in a confidential setting.
- Annual gynecology examinations, including Pap tests, pelvic exams, and breast exams
- Emergency Contraception, such as
- Plan B – available in our Pharmacy without a prescription
- Ella – prescription needed
- Minor outpatient gynecological procedures
- Pelvic ultrasound for the evaluation of pelvic pain and other gynecologic problems
- Contraceptive methods, including long‐acting reversible contraception insertions (Nexplanon, IUDs) and Depo‐Provera injections
- Sexual assault response services for survivors
- STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing and treatment including STI Express (click here for more info)
We evaluate, treat, and manage common gynecologic issues, such as:
- Abnormal Pap tests
- Absent or irregular menstrual cycles
- Breast disorders
- Genital rashes or warts
- Heavy periods
- Infections of the vagina, vulva, uterus, tubes or urinary tract
- Menopausal concerns
- Painful periods
- Pain with sex
- Pelvic pain
- Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
How to Get Your Test Results
We’ll send Pap test results to you through HealthyPack Portal as a secure message one week after your test. If your Pap test result is abnormal, your provider will send you a secure message and ask you to schedule a telehealth appointment to review your results, discuss appropriate management, and follow up according to the latest pap guidelines. Please provide us with your current address and phone number so that we can contact you if needed.
There are costs associated with annual physicals, Pap tests, procedures and laboratory testing. Visit our insurance and charges page to learn more about charges and payments.
How to Make an Appointment
Currently, we are scheduling appointments in Gynecology Services both by phone at 919-515-7762 or online via the HealthyPack Portal. Some appointments must be seen in the clinic and others are performed via telehealth.
Clinic appointments available by calling or online scheduling include:
- Breast problems
- Contraceptive follow-ups (3-month checks after starting hormonal contraception)
- Depo Provera injections
- Intercourse problems (bleeding or pain with vaginal sex/penetration)
- Menstrual problems (irregular, heavy, prolonged, and/or painful periods)
- Pelvic pain
- Urinary problems
- Vaginal problems
Telehealth appointments available by calling or online scheduling include:
- Contraception discussions or refills
- Lab or ultrasound follow-ups
- Menopausal symptoms
Please note that you must call our office at 919-515-7762 to schedule all of the following appointments:
- Annuals (with or without contraception refills)
- Procedures (including, IUD insertions and removals, Nexplanon insertions and removals, colposcopies, and many others)
- STI testing
Please understand that we cannot schedule a contraceptive device insertion, removal or replacement unless you are seen by our providers in consult first.
Lastly, please note that some appointments require more time (40 minutes) for a full evaluation, such as pelvic pain, menstrual problems, intercourse problems, contraception discussions, and abnormal pap discussions. We ask that if you schedule these appointments online, please schedule them in the correct visit type. If you schedule these types of appointments in a shorter (20 minute) visit slot, you may be asked to reschedule your appointment when you arrive.
FC2 Female Condoms Now Available by Prescription
The Female Condom (FC2) is the only FDA approved hormone-free contraceptive that also protects against sexually transmitted infections/diseases. Most insurance companies cover 24 FC2 condoms per month at a $0 copay. If you are interested in obtaining a prescription for FC2, please make an appointment with a provider or speak with a pharmacist.