Important COVID-19 Information
We are pleased to continue to serve our patients’ needs during the current national health emergency.
Eastside Gynecology specializes in providing complete gynecological care and abortion clinic services in a comfortable, private and supportive environment in our Manhattan and Brooklyn facilities.
We are currently providing patients with in-office services Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Call Center staff is available Monday-Friday 7:30am-6pm and Saturday 7:30am-3:30pm to answer any questions you may have and setup your on-site appointment. Please leave your contact information with the answering agent and a patient care team member will call you back as soon as they are available. We appreciate your cooperation as we are working on a limited staff schedule.
You may also reach us during business hours via our chat interface. Or, simply use our convenient contact form and we will reach out.
National Abortion Federation (NAF) Statement on Abortion Provision During COVID-19 Pandemic
“As states and municipalities enact measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, more non-essential businesses will be instructed—or required—to close. At the same time, hospitals are preparing for a surge in COVID-19 cases and increased strain on their staff, resources, and systems, and will likely begin indefinitely postponing non-essential or elective procedures. During this public health crisis, pregnancy care, including abortion care, remains an essential health service. The National Abortion Federation (NAF) calls on leaders to ensure that outpatient abortion clinics can remain open and urges hospitals to continue to provide abortion care.
Abortion care is a time-sensitive service that cannot be significantly deferred without profound consequences for women and their families. Abortion is provided for almost one in five pregnancies in the United States, as part of the continuum of pregnancy care. It is an essential health service. An individual and family decide to end a pregnancy for a complex constellation of reasons that include the impact of pregnancy and birth on their health, ability to work, and strained economic circumstances. These are conditions that do not go away—and are likely heightened—in pandemic conditions. Denying or deferring abortion care places an immediate burden on patients, their families, and the health system, and can have profound and lasting consequences. Patients presenting for time-sensitive care, including abortion care, need timely access to treatment, even during this pandemic.
As we navigate COVID-19, it is critical that leaders treat outpatient abortion providers as essential businesses, and that hospital systems ensure the continuation of abortion care as an essential service.”