What are the hours at Choices?
Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm | Administrative, NO Clinical Services
Walk-in Pregnancy Testing/ DEPO Provera Birth Control Shots/ Emergency Medicaid Services Only
Tuesday – Saturday 7:00am – 5:00pm (ASC 10:00 am)
How do I get to Choices on public transportation?
Jamaica is a transportation hub for New York City, and you can get there easily through a number of different means.
By NYC Subway: Take the E to Sutphin Blvd. Choices is 400 ft East of Sutphin Blvd.By NYC Bus: Q6 (Sutphin Blvd – Rockaway Blvd), Q8 (Brooklyn to Jamaica), Q44 (Jamaica to Bronx), Q54 (Jamaica to Williamsburgh) and Q56 (Jamaica to East New York) all stop in front of the building.
Express Bus from the Bronx!
Choices Women’s Medical Center is easily reached from anywhere in the Bronx via the Q44 / Q20 Local and Limited-Stop Service between Jamaica and College Point, Queens, continuing local to Bronx Park South, Bronx. The bus stop is in front of our new location on Jamaica Avenue.
The Q44 / Q20 has access from the 2 and 5 subway lines at E. Tremont Avenue exit, the 6 subway line at Parkchester – E. 77th Street exit, the 7 subway line at Flushing – Main Street exit, the E and F subway lines at Briarwood – Van Wyck exit, the F subway line at Sutphin Blvd exit, and the E, J and Z subway lines at Jamaica Center exit.
Choices is now easily accessible from any point in the Bronx!
By Railroad: You can take the Long Island Railroad and the JFK Airport Airtran to Jamaica Station, which is 500 ft from Choices.
I’m an out-of-town patient. What accommodations are nearby?
You will find several hotels nearby: Ramada, Quality Inn and Sleep Inn. You can also make arrangements to stay with a volunteer from Haven Coalition, a nonprofit organization that provides escorts to abortion procedures and a free place to stay. Call us and ask about it.