Walk-In Contraceptive Services
Beginning January 4, 2023, William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC) will offer a second weekly opportunity for female beneficiaries to get all contraceptive care in one place:
Every Tuesday morning at the Department of Women’s Health, located at WBAMC, West Clinic, 5th FloorThe clinic is open every Tuesday morning, with check in from 0800-0900 for WiCS.
Every Wednesday afternoon at the SSG Hugo V. Mendoza Soldier Care Clinic, 1st
Floor, with check in from 1300-1500.
The clinic is open every Wednesday afternoon from 1300-1500 for WiCS, pap exams and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing.
Both options are available for all female beneficiaries enrolled to WBAMC.
How it Works
- Service 1 Contraception
- Service 2 Menstrual Management and Menstrual Suppression
- Service 3 Referral for Tubal Ligation or Vasectomy
No appointment is necessary as the services are offered on a walk-in basis. Consider exploring your contraception options on the DoD approved Decide & Be Ready app
to get an idea of your preferred method of contraception or menstrual suppression.
On Tuesday morning, sign in at the Department of Women’s Health front desk for the WiCS Clinic between 0800-0900.
On Wednesday afternoon, sign in at the SSG Hugo V. Mendoza Soldier Care Clinic’s front desk for the WiCS Clinic from 1300-1530.Services will be offered on a first come, first serve walk-in basis.