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Hey Jane is healthcare, on your own terms

Our US-based virtual clinic is putting the power back in people’s hands by providing care that’s private, safe, supportive, accessible, and convenient—for less than half the average in-clinic cost of a medication abortion.

How it works

Abortion care, delivered

1 in 4 people with a uterus will have an abortion during their lifetimes.
We believe difficulty accessing a clinic should never prevent you from receiving safe, affordable, and effective care.

*Many people who don't identify as women will have abortions too. Hey Jane supports care for all who need it.

Am I eligible?

U.S.-licensed abortion doctors from top institutions

We have full-time US-based medical providers with experience in abortion care from leading institutions like Mount Sinai, UT Southwestern Medical Center, and UCSD School of Medicine.

Meet some of the members on our team

Dr. Kate Shaw, MD

Dr. Shaw (she/her) is a board certified family physician specializing in reproductive health care. She’s passionate about increasing access to healthcare (through innovative delivery models) and spending time with her pup.

Hanna Kim, RN

Hanna Kim (she/them) is a Registered Nurse with nine years of experience working in reproductive health. She's obsessed with her dog and can tell you how to DIY a hot pack.

Sally Rashid, RN

Sally Rashid (she/her) is a Registered Nurse who has worked in reproductive care for a decade as a doula, nurse, and advocate for abortion access. In addition to helping patients, she’s a seasoned writer, music lover, and mother.

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“The staff were 10/10. I couldn’t have had a better experience.”

And this is only the beginning

Soon, we will reimagine care for even more common but underserved treatments, with the ultimate goal of becoming the most trusted healthcare company out there—one that pushes the boundaries of access with convenient, inclusive, and patient-driven care.

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