Hormonal Contraceptives

Work with your Pharmacist in select markets to obtain the best options for you.

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Hormonal Contraceptives

Work with your Pharmacist in select markets to obtain the best options for you.

Overview

As part of our commitment to providing quality care to our patients, pharmacists at Kroger Health can now prescribe contraceptives in seven states (CA, CO, ID, NM, OR, UT, WA). Your Kroger Health pharmacist will review contraceptive options and work with you to select an effective method to prevent pregnancy that best fits your lifestyle. During your visit, the pharmacist will prescribe, or supply, the contraceptive method of choice if appropriate based on expert guidelines.

Contact your pharmacy for additional details. Walk-ins are welcome. For appointments, call 1-877-444-9689, or schedule your visit online.

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By The Numbers

Unplanned Pregnancies

45%

Of pregnancies are unplanned.1

Unintended Pregnancy

43 Million

Women in the U.S. are at risk of unintended pregnancy.2

Contraception Prescriptions

4

Contraception Prescription Options available (Pill, Patch, Ring, Shot).3

Benefits

  • One-on-one consultation with your Pharmacist to review contraceptive options for you
  • Receive a prescription for up to one year’s supply of hormonal contraceptives as appropriate
  • Conveniently accessible at the Pharmacy, including weekend and evenings – no appointment necessary!

Get Started

Hormonal Contraceptive visits are available in all Kroger locations within California, Colorado, Indiana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington. Contact or walk-in and see your Kroger Pharmacist today. For appointments, simply call 1-877-444-9689, or schedule your visit online.

Schedule an Appointment

Related Services

References:
  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/contraception/unintendedpregnancy/index.htm
  2. Daniels K et al., Current contraceptive use and variation by selected characteristics among women aged 15–44: United States, 2011–2013, National Health Statistics Reports, 2015, No. 86 - https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhsr/nhsr086.pdf
  3. NASPA - https://naspa.us/resource/contraceptives/