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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Catholic health care? What makes Catholic health care different?
Catholic health care services are comparable to medical services offered at other family practice offices; however, Catholic health care is a type of faith-based health care that facilitates natural family planning and does not recommend or prescribe contraception.
Q: Who can be seen at the clinic?
Everyone is welcome! Adults, children and families of all faiths and from all backgrounds are encouraged to establish with the St. Gianna Clinic.
Q: Do I have to be Catholic?
You do not have to be Catholic or Christian to be seen at the clinic.
Q: Is St. Gianna Clinic a free clinic?
St. Gianna Clinic is not a free clinic; however, most insurance companies cover office visits at the St. Gianna Clinic. We recommend you call your insurance company to verify coverage.
Q: Is St. Gianna Clinic only for women and fertility?
No. St. Gianna Clinic provides care for men and women of all ages, including children and elderly.
Q: What services does the clinic offer?
St. Gianna Clinic offers family medicine, or primary care and women’s care. This means the clinic treats the whole person—each organ and every disease in men, women and children.

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