To empower our community to make healthy decisions regarding their reproductive health, their family, and their sexual integrity by providing medical services, foundational education, and material services to women, youth, and families.
A strong community that values and respects the life of the unborn, the life of the mother, the family unit, and the physical well-being of our youth.
Obria Medical Clinics is a nonprofit women’s healthcare clinic staffed by professional personnel which exists for the benefit of women and their children, both born and unborn, as well as for the fathers. Our work includes providing evidence-based medical information to the woman who faces an unexpected pregnancy, is hurting from a previous abortion, or is in need of sexual/relational guidance. Likewise, support is available for the father. As a nonprofit, non-political organization, Obria Medical Clinics Gwinnett is funded entirely by private donations and grants.
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLE
Obria Medical Clinics is committed to providing its patients with evidence-based information about both prenatal development and abortion.
The Obria Medical Clinics, formerly PRC of Gwinnett, was founded in 1991. Since that time, pregnancy testing, limited ultrasound scans, STD testing, and education classes have been provided to the community. In order to meet the needs of the growing millennial population, a new patient website was constructed utilizing SEO, and technology was incorporated in the consultation rooms in 2015.
In 2016, electronic health records were introduced for our patients, a new donor platform was constructed, an accreditation process with AAAHC began, treatment for STDs was implemented, and a a patient blog & social media platforms were launched.
In 2017, Obria began offering Abortion Pill Rescue Treatment, and telemedicine appointments. The Clinic moved to a new location, joined the national Obria brand, expanded STD treatment, and began providing well-woman care.
In 2018, Obria was featured on PBS News Hour and Atlanta Alive, became more involved in the community participating/volunteering at Unite, One Race, Operation Christmas Child, Cink It Challenge, and the Gwinnett County Homeless Count. Six staff members received training and certification at Ascend.
In 2019, the clinic received National Accreditation from the American Association of Ambulatory Healthcare.