Potomac Family Planning Center (PFPC)
Jackson Place North
966 Hungerford Drive, Suite 24
Rockville, MD 20850
Monday – Friday
9am – 5pm
9am – 2pm
Schedule An Appointment
After you request an appointment online, we will contact you as soon as possible, usually by the next morning. If you have not heard from us after 24 hours, please call us.
Potomac Family Planning Center (PFPC) in Rockville MD
* Patients with previous C-sections who are 13 weeks or over, are required to pay an additional $100.
Abortion by Pill (Medical Abortion – RU486)
Available up to 10 weeks (70 days) LMP: $390
If you have a negative blood type you will require Rhogam
Up to 12 weeks LMP: $50
13 weeks and above: $100
Accepts MD Medicaid, and most private insurances with prior verification.
- Take Route I-270 to Exit 8 EAST toward Gaithersburg.
- Turn right on Route 355 (also called Frederick Road and Hungerford Drive).
- The Center is 2 miles on the right immediately after the entrance to Montgomery College.
- It is located in the rear of a business townhouse complex.
Take the Red line to the Rockville Station. The office is approximately 1 mile NORTH Take the Q2 bus NORTH and get off at Montgomery College. The clinic is located in Jackson Place North across the street. You can also take a taxi from the metro station.
We're Open 5 Days a Week
We offer appointments most days of the week for your convenience. We take appointments by phone (301-251-9124, Rockville OR (410) 788-4400, Catonsville ) or you can request one online.
Monday to Friday : 9am – 5pm
Saturday : 9am – 2pm (Rockville and Catonsville locations)
The information asked online is no different than what you would be asked over the telephone. Your information will be transmitted by secured, encrypted e-mail. Though we make every effort to keep your information secure, it is still possible that the information you provide could be captured by individuals who are engaged in illegal internet observance. By providing and submitting your confidential information, you accept the risk of sending this information by e-mail to Potomac Family Planning Center(“PFPC”) personnel. When submitting by e-mail, you also agree not to hold Potomac Family Planning, it's subsidiaries, including its employees or agents, liable for any damages you may incur as a result of the transfer or use of this information.
Is having an abortion safe?
Yes. Even minor complications are very rare, and our doctors are gynecologists who have decades of experience specializing in abortion care.
Can I get pregnant again after having an abortion?
You could become pregnant again right away. Abortion generally does not affect fertility. You should consider the day of the abortion as the first day of your period—ovulation normally occurs about 14 days later.
How do I know which anesthesia to choose?
General anesthesia is the best choice if you do not want to feel, hear, or remember anything during the procedure. The procedure lasts a few minutes.
Alternatively, Local anesthesia involves administering lidocaine into the cervix. This offers some numbing to the immediate area. You will be fully conscious during the procedure. You can drive yourself.
Finally, “twilight sleep” induces a light sedation via intravenous (IV) medication. The sedative will help you to relax during your procedure. However, you will be partially conscious and may feel discomfort.
Please note that twilight sleep and general anesthesia are available only in the Rockville and Baltimore offices.
Do I need a referral? Or do I need to see my doctor to confirm the pregnancy?
No. We will perform all the required tests and gather all the necessary information during your visit.
How do I know whether to choose an in-clinic abortion or abortion by pill?
This is a personal decision. The pill must be done early in pregnancy—up to 10 weeks (70 days) from the first day of your last period. The pill option is more involved than an in-clinic procedure, and will require a follow-up visit. By contrast, an in-clinic abortion is more efficient than a pill. Everything is usually completed in one visit, while follow-up visits are optional.
Does it hurt?
If under local anesthesia, you should expect moderate to strong cramping—similar to a bad period—during and immediately after the abortion. Twilight sleep relaxes you, but you may still feel cramping during the procedure. General anesthesia will ensure that you are fully asleep during the abortion; you will feel only some light cramping when you awaken. Twilight sleep and general anesthesia are available only in the Rockville and Baltimore facilities.
If you choose an abortion by pill, you should expect moderate to strong cramping after taking the medication at home.
How private and confidential is my visit?
Your appointment and all information about your health history and visit will be protected and kept completely confidential. We will not confirm your appointment by phone or email, other than to respond directly to an initial scheduling request. We will not release any information concerning you or your appointment without your permission. For ultimate privacy, you may also choose our Private VIP appointment option.
When can I go back to work?
Most people return to their usual activities the next day.
To use your private insurance provide the insurance information 24-48 hours prior to your appointment. You may call our office before your appointment to see what is covered.
You will need to bring a photo ID and your health insurance card to your appointment. Any other payments can be made by cash or credit card.
We are providers of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, Carefirst, and Maryland Medicaid.
Federal Insurance plans, DC and VA Medicaid DO NOT pay for abortion services.
We are NOT providers of Allegiance, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Keepers, Highmark, and United Healthcare.
We accept most pre-verified insurances to cover abortion services in all of our facilities. All of our facilities accept MD Medicaid. If your insurance is through an employee of the federal government it will not cover abortion services. If you do not have insurance or your insurance does not cover the procedure, we do work with local funding programs.
Insurance Verification Form: Patients may fill out their insurance information for prior verification. Insurance information must be received more than 24 hours before a scheduled appointment to be verified by the appointment time.