This millennial women’s health brand is expanding with a controversial partner

Women’s clinic Tia is going national by partnering with a Catholic health system that actively limits women’s health choices—raising political questions.

Carolyn Witte says she’s building the future of women’s healthcare. Her company, called Tia, is a beefed up primary care clinic with gynecological services and mental healthcare that’s been called a “gynecologist for the self-care generation.” Now, it’s partnering with Catholic healthcare system CommonSpirit in order to go national. Tia doesn’t currently perform elective abortion or in vitro fertilization, two services the relationship would bar. But the partnership begs the question: Can Tia be the future of women’s healthcare if it partners with entities that actively limit women’s health choices?

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