"I work at Planned Parenthood because I believe so strongly in educating and supporting women and men in their choices regarding reproductive health."
"We don’t ever turn anyone away, and that’s why we’re so busy. We don’t want to send anyone away, because for some patients it was really hard for them to get here. It could have been hard for them to leave the house, to find time, or to be safe from a dangerous partner. So once they’re here, we always serve them."
"If you have a question or if you’re worried about something, just call. It takes five minutes for me to go over something or answer a simple question, and then you don’t have to worry anymore."
"I fell in love with the patients, the environment, the education, and uncovered my passion for working with young women and caring for them."
"The work we do is pretty profound, and it’s really a privilege. It still amazes me that I get to meet people and have a short interaction with them in which they’ll tell me some of the most intimate things about their lives."
This week, we're saying “thank you” to the compassionate and skilled nurses who work every day to keep the women, men, and young people in their communities healthy, and to ensure they have access to the full range of reproductive health care options, including cancer screenings, birth control, testing and treatment for STDs, and medically-accurate sexual health information. Join us in celebrating the remarkable dedication of Planned Parenthood nurses this week and all year long!
On April 19, hundreds of Planned Parenthood supporters gathered outside the health center on Vandalia Street in Saint Paul for a day of celebrating Planned Parenthood’s role as a crucial health care provider in our community.
Senator Tina Smith Visits Planned Parenthood Health Center to Discuss the Importance of Title X Family Planning Funding for Minnesotans
U.S. Senator Tina Smith visited the Planned Parenthood health center in Richfield to discuss the disproportionate impact of Title X cuts on women with low incomes and communities of color in Minnesota.
Planned Parenthood is still serving the Minneapolis community during construction, providing care at a health center just a few blocks away.