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PRCH represents doctors from across the United States who believe that all women, men, and children should have access to quality reproductive health care. Our physicians are nationally recognized experts in abortion, contraception, and sex education. They can explain how political interference limits the delivery of reproductive health care, and offer an insider’s perspective on new developments in reproductive medicine.
PRCH is your source for background information and firsthand insight into reproductive health care. To arrange an interview with a physician or get additional background information, contact:
Alexandra Ringe, Director of Communications: 646-649-9907, 917-207-2290 (cell), firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Topic: Adolescent Reproductive Health
- Teen birth rates fell in 2008 after climbing for two years. Is this a sign of progress, or simply stagnation? Ask our physician experts.
Recent Press Releases
Our press kits offer you background information on key issues in reproductive healthcare, as well as stories and perspectives from pro-choice doctors.
Help us recognize Eve Espey, MD, MPH, and Willie Parker, MD, MPH, MSc, at the 2013 Rashbaum-Tiller Abortion Provider Awards.
Video: Pre-Roe Doctors
The documentary Voices of Choice features physicians and advocates who witnessed women's suffering before Roe v. Wade. They helped as many women as they could obtain safe abortions.
Who We Are
PRCH is a doctor-led national advocacy organization. We use evidence-based medicine to promote sound reproductive health policies. We believe in reproductive choice for everyone.
Show Your Support
Sign the Abortion Provider's Declaration of Rights. Stand up for patients seeking abortion and those who provide that care.
To receive press releases about reproductive health care, email Director of Communications Alexandra Ringe.
“[A]ll people, male and female, should have as much autonomy as possible and the best medical care feasible. That means caring and competent physicians in each community should provide abortions.”
William F. Harrison, MD, from “Why I Provide”