The Association of PAs & NPs (APANP) supports all women’s rights to complete reproductive health care. APANP calls for quality reproductive health care appropriate to every woman’s needs throughout her life and for assuring that a full array of clinical services be available to women without costly delays or the imposition of cultural, geographic, financial, or legal barriers.
APANP's membership is committed to facilitating both access to and quality of women’s health care. Fellows should exercise their responsibility to improve the health status of women in the traditional patient-provider relationships and by working within their communities and at the state and national levels to ensure access to high-quality programs meeting the health needs of all women. Fellows must not discriminate against patients based on race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, perceived gender, or any other basis.