Gateway Women’s Care is still open!
Due to Coronavirus, or COVID-19 restrictions, we are here to serve you through either:
- Pre-screened in-center appointments
- Tele-medicine appointments
Gateway will be closed Friday, August 7th for staff development. We will reopen on Monday, August 10th.
We care about your safety and are closely monitoring the spread of Coronavirus, or COVID-19. The threat of infection for most individuals in the general population remains low but varies by location, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our doors are open for appointments, and we’re continuing to see clients at our centers, with appropriate screening precautions in place. Please call ahead of your visit.
Where Do I Begin?
All services are confidential. Currently only taking appointments.
Lab-certified pregnancy tests are administered by trained nurses and medical professionals every day.
Learn whether the pregnancy is viable (detect fetal heartbeat) and is in the uterus. Find out how far along you are and your due date.
Compassionate, caring pregnancy options counselors are available to discuss your situation and all of your choices in a safe and confidential environment.
You are not alone. After an abortion, many women experience initial relief. For many women, however, the crisis isn’t over. Months and even years later, significant emotional and physical issues develop. We’re here to help.
Sensitive and thorough, our nurses will take time to meet one-on-one to explain everything you need to know about your abortion procedure, help you know what to expect, and answer all your questions.
Two Locations Across the Triangle
Our staff is on standby to help. We’ll answer your questions as quickly as possible.
We’re here to help. Call with questions, to learn more or to request an appointment.
What Our Clients Say
“The assistance I received today was so helpful. I felt extremely comfortable.”
“I felt very welcomed & I appreciate that.”
“Everything was great. Very informative & caring. Thank you so very much.”
“I liked the confidentiality.”