Since 2010, First Choice Georgia has been devoted to taking care of you holistically. We are dedicated to providing our patients the highest standard of medical care in a comforting, supportive atmosphere. Call us today to discuss how we may be of service to you and to make an appointment. Remember, all of our services are free and confidential.
If you think you may be pregnant, you should be tested right away. Before you can make important decisions that affect your future, you need reliable, accurate information. At First Choice Georgia, our medical professionals administer free and confidential lab-quality pregnancy tests.
Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. To verify your pregnancy, it is important to get a lab-quality pregnancy urine test which measures your levels of hCG. Human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG, is a hormone that is secreted when you are pregnant. At First Choice Georgia, your test results are confirmed by a nurse within minutes. You’ll be better equipped to make informed choices.
In our office, you can talk about your specific situation with healthcare professionals and trained personnel who have been helping women make knowledgeable, healthy pregnancy decisions since 2010. Our professional staff will help you make an informed choice! Call or text us to make an appointment.
Verification & Proof of Pregnancy
Are you considering applying for Medicaid? If your pregnancy test is positive, we can provide you with a verification of pregnancy form if you need one, which makes applying for Medicaid easier. Let us know if we can provide one for you.
Ultrasounds are the most reliable way to get the true details about your pregnancy before making any decisions. Pregnant patients may be eligible for a free limited obstetrical ultrasound. If you are far enough along in your pregnancy, we are able to provide you with this service.
Ultrasounds are simple, painless procedures that use sound waves to look inside your body so that a trained technician can gain important information about your pregnancy. A limited ultrasound is not intended to be a full medical evaluation. Instead, it is meant to provide answers to the most basic, important questions in the early stages of your pregnancy.
These ultrasounds are performed to:
- confirm the pregnancy,
- detect a fetal heartbeat,
- confirm the gestational age,
- confirm the presence of a viable, intrauterine pregnancy, and
- determine the due date.
Please understand that these ultrasounds are not used to diagnose gender, abnormalities, or any maternal problems.
Even if you are considering an abortion, it is important that you have an ultrasound first. In fact, the state of Georgia requires it. Many pregnancies, even when the test is positive, do not develop into a viable fetus. An ultrasound can rule out a miscarriage in progress or an ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy located in the fallopian tube. Both of these conditions require emergency medical attention and you may be referred to a physician or local emergency room for treatment.
Contact First Choice Georgia today to make an appointment for a free lab-quality pregnancy test and ultrasound.
First Choice Georgia is staffed with professional, well-trained personnel. Our medical director and nurses are committed to providing you with thorough and instructive care at each visit. They are happy to answer your questions and give you the most up-to-date medical information available. Your privacy is extremely important to us and we follow strict HIPAA guidelines.
STD & STI Testing
Sexually transmitted diseases and infections (STDs/STIs) are common. While some can be cured, all of them can be transferred from person-to-person through sexual contact. The staff at First Choice Georgia is ready to provide you with comprehensive information about a variety of these diseases.
It is important to seek treatment for sexually transmitted diseases as early as possible to restore your health and to stop the spread of the disease. If you have had vaginal, anal, or oral sex, we advise that you get tested. Not only do we provide STD testing and treatment, we also educate you on how sexually transmitted diseases are spread. Click here to visit the Center for Disease Control’s information about STDs.
If you plan to have an abortion, you should still make an appointment at First Choice Georgia for a free STD/STI test. Having an abortion while you have an STD or STI puts you at higher risk of developing pelvic inflammatory disease.
You owe it to yourself to be safe. Don’t ignore the important step of being tested. We are here to help you. The caring staff at First Choice Georgia provides confidential consultations and are sensitive to your needs and concerns. Call today to make an appointment.