WombCare Clinic is closed for Rebranding

WombCare Clinic was born out of the need to center the reproductive health issues of women from Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) populations. During these past two years as Co-Founders and Clinicians we have gained deeper insight into our callings. Thus, it is with great love that we announce some courageous changes! 

From Amoy Jacques, MPH 

It is with mixed emotions that I must inform you that I have made the decision to leave WombCare clinic, the company I co-created with Joanne Ukposidolo. I have decided to pursue my passion in public health research with the goal to create evidence-based interventions for BIPOC populations. This was not an easy decision, but the right one for me. While this departure has brought some changes in our practice, you can rest assured that you will still receive excellent care and patient navigation as you continue your health journey 

From Joanne Ukposidolo, MSc. PT  

It has been an absolute pleasure launching and growing the WombCare Clinic community with Amoy Jacques! I have discovered a passion for recruiting and creating multidisciplinary healthcare teams to direct, produce and deliver phenomenal integrative health programs, like the Endometriosis Community Program. With rebranding it was essential that I expand my skill set in Project and Program Design& Management to re-imagine how healthcare can be positively experienced by BIPOC populations! 

On September 30th, 2022, WombCare Clinic will permanently close both virtual and on-site services for rebranding under a new name and leadership. Stay tuned!  

Please understand that the decision to close WombCare Clinic was not made lightly. It was made intentionally for all of us to thrive now and for future generations! We are excited and, with courage and purpose, look forward to independently serving and representing you in the future!  

Yours Truly,  

Your WombCare Clinic Founders & Owners