MyCatholicDoctor is pleased to partner with Reta Trust to provide its Kaiser Permanente members with a nationwide network of faithful, certified natural family planning / fertility awareness educators. This network is available to you primarily through real-time video-based telehealth consultations.
We have certified educators in the following methods: Billings Ovulation Method, Creighton Model, FEMM, Marquette Model and SymptoThermal Method.
Not sure which method is right for you? Take the QUIZ!
Not sure if you want to use Fertility Awareness/NFP? Learn more from our friends at Natural Womanhood.
These educators are not bound by state licensure and can teach you regardless of where you are located. Our instructors look forward to meeting the ongoing needs of Reta Trust members and their families.
Once you’ve decided which one of our Reta Trust / Kaiser Permanente NFP educators you’d like to see, the next step is to make an appointment online using the scheduling form found on each clinician’s profile page. During this process please be sure to upload a picture of your Reta insurance card so we know you are with Reta and we can bill your insurance.
After making an appointment you will receive a confirmation email that contains a link for your real-time video consultation. At your scheduled time you simply click the link which will launch your consultation in Zoom. Please make sure Zoom is installed on your device beforehand.
After your visit our team will send an insurance claim to Reta on your behalf. The claim will be processed by Reta like any other in-network insurance claim. The precise amounts allowed and the amount you may owe as co-pay, co-insurance, or deductible will be determined by Reta.
We are pro-life and pro-eternal life. Catholic doctors are needed to ensure God comes first in the decisions, treatments and procedures that heal the mind, body and spirit of patients and their families. A Catholic doctor’s commitment to heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom serves to make present the healing hands of Christ to those in need. Comprehensive and dignified medical care is only possible by people who understand the responsibility attached to their patients‘ immortal nature, being made in the image and likeness of God.