Our Mission and Vision

Physicians for Reproductive Health (PRH) organizes, mobilizes, and amplifies the voices of medical providers to advance sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. Our programs combine education, advocacy, and strategic communications to ensure access to abortion care and equitable, comprehensive health care. We believe that this work is necessary for all people to live freely, with dignity, safety, and security.

We envision a just and equitable world where all people are free to make their own decisions about their bodies, families, and futures.

Our Focus

Ensuring access to the care we all deserve.


Upholding access to abortion care for everyone


Ensuring everyone has access to the best family planning method for them

Access to Care

Advocating for all reproductive health care needs over the course of a lifetime

Our Approach

Amplifying physician voices to bring scientific expertise to the public.


We bring medical knowledge and evidence to the conversation.


We break down what bills will mean for our patients and physicians, and we advocate for better policies.


We bring facts to the courts so that legal action can be fully informed.

Empowering medical providers with our training and resources.

Leadership Training Academy

Guiding physicians to be strong advocates for reproductive health Learn more

Call Congress

Every week, take action with us by calling your legislators on the latest reproductive health issue. Let Congress know that constituents want them to stop playing politics with patients’ bodies. Learn more

Meet Our Advocates

Get to know some of our incredible physician advocates Learn more

Our Beginnings

Physicians for Reproductive Health was founded in 1992 by a small committee of concerned physicians in New York City, where we opened our first national office in 1995. Since then, our presence has spread from coast to coast enabling us to conduct our recruiting, organizing, advocacy, and educational activities at the grassroots level.

Breaking the Silence

My decision to quickly end my pregnancy was to protect my health and to allow me to be a mother for my children. I am so grateful to the doctors and nurses who helped me maintain my health.

—Renee, Texas