Skip to main content

Table 1 Reproductive Health Practices of New York State Primary Care Physician Respondents, 2017

From: New York State Primary Care Physician Practices and Perspectives on Offering Reproductive Health Services

Variable Total
(N = 443)
n (%)
Family medicine
(n = 216)
n (%)
Internal medicine
(n = 183)
n (%)
Other
(n = 25)
n (%)
Provided any reproductive health services in the last year*,† 381 (88) 209 (97) 148 (82) 17 (68)
Reproductive health services provided in the last year†,‡
  HIV/STI testing and counseling 318 (74) 185 (86) 115 (64) 14 (56)
  Contraceptive counseling 289 (67) 185 (86) 88 (49) 11 (44)
  Cervical cancer screening 270 (63) 183 (85) 74 (41) 11 (44)
  Sexual dysfunction counseling 217 (50) 139 (64) 66 (37) 8 (32)
  Routine pregnancy intentions screening 208 (48) 147 (68) 51 (28) 9 (36)
  Preconception care and counseling 191 (44) 143 (66) 37 (20) 10 (40)
  Postpartum care 111 (26) 94 (44) 12 (7) 5 (20)
  Prenatal care 110 (26) 89 (41) 17 (9) 4 (16)
  Infertility evaluation 109 (25) 84 (39) 19 (11) 5 (20)
  Transgender services 94 (22) 70 (32) 18 (10) 5 (20)
  Spontaneous abortion management 72 (17) 63 (29) 3 (2) 6 (24)
  Induced abortion 40 (9) 38 (18) 1 (1) 1 (4)
  None 51 (12) 7 (3) 33 (18) 8 (32)
Provided any contraceptive services in the last year* 317 (74) 195 (91) 108 (61) 11 (46)
Contraceptive services provided in the last year‡,§
  Birth control pill 305 (71) 190 (88) 103 (58) 10 (42)
  DMPA/Depo-Provera injection 168 (39) 140 (65) 20 (11) 8 (33)
  Emergency contraception 166 (39) 129 (60) 29 (16) 7 (29)
  Distribute male condoms 159 (37) 110 (51) 41 (23) 7 (29)
  Vaginal ring 120 (28) 98 (46) 14 (8) 7 (29)
  IUD removal 104 (24) 93 (43) 5 (3) 6 (25)
  IUD insertion 92 (22) 77 (36) 9 (5) 6 (25)
  Implant insertion 71 (17) 67 (31) 2 (1) 2 (8)
  Implant removal 67 (16) 63 (29) 1 (1) 3 (13)
  Distribute female condoms 58 (14) 42 (20) 11 (6) 5 (21)
  Diaphragm 31 (7) 25 (12) 5 (3) 1 (4)
  Female sterilization/tubal ligation 20 (5) 14 (7) 4 (2) 2 (8)
  Vasectomy 19 (5) 14 (7) 5 (3) 0 (0)
  None 110 (26) 20 (9) 70 (39) 13 (54)
  1. *p < 0.0001
  2. n = 11 missing
  3. ‡Percentages sum to greater than 100 as respondents were able to choose more than 1 response
  4. §n = 16 missing