Tulsa nonprofit to expand services to women, teens

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — One of Oklahoma's largest community health centers is expanding care for women and teens in Tulsa later this week.

Morton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. will begin offering the expanded care Friday.

The services include free pregnancy testing, pregnancy care for healthy moms and babies, breast health, family planning and additional family health care needs.

Free transportation to all appointments is available.

MCHS accepts all private health insurance, plus Medicaid, SoonerPlan, Soon-to-be Sooners, and Medicare.

All patients are welcome regardless of their ability to pay.

For more information, visit http://www.mortonhealth.org .

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