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What is a primary care clinician?
We are the clinicians you see for typical medical problems or symptoms. We are “relationship-centered” in our approach. We feel that you will have a better medical experience when you have a relationship with and trust the person providing your care. Primary care clinicians include family doctors (MDs and osteopaths) and advanced practice clinicians like physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and midwives. We can refer to specialists when a clinical situation is beyond our experience or scope of practice.
What is the MYA Network?
MYA Network is short for MY Abortion Network. We are an activist group of clinicians who are working to make abortion part of routine medical care. We have our own practices.
Is abortion safe enough to be offered by non-specialists?
Yes! Early abortion is one of the safest medical treatments available. Primary care clinicians are trained in minor surgery and gynecological care and procedures. Providing an early abortion is a lot safer than delivering a baby! The abortion pill and manual aspiration methods are considered the safest abortion methods by the World Health Organization.
Why is abortion mostly provided in clinic settings?
When abortion was legalized through Roe V. Wade in 1974, abortion clinics were opened to provide safe abortion care. However, this centralized way of providing services left clinics, clinicians, and patients vulnerable to targeting through violence, bullying tactics, and unprecedented laws. The clinicians who are part of the MYA Network feel that if abortion were made available as part of “normal” medical care, these targeting practices would soon be obsolete.