Free STI/HIV Screening Clinic for men who have sex with men
M Clinic is an appointment only clinic which provides free, confidential, non-judgemental STI, HIV, and BBV testing & treatment for men who have sex with men, including trans men.
Keep up to date here! There are imminent changes on the horizon for how Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis will be accessed in Western Australia. A project for accessing PrEP is anticipated to commence in the second half of 2017 (subject to ethical approvals), whereby PrEP and associated support services will be available to people who may be Continue Reading
With shock and great sadness, the WA AIDS Council advises of the passing of Chief Executive Officer Andrew Burry. Andrew suffered a suspected heart attack while on holiday in Taiwan on Saturday March 25. Andrew served as CEO at the Council for over four years, held the position of Vice President for the Australian Federation Continue Reading
The M Clinic is ecstatic with the news received on the 1st February 2017, that the Government has confirmed funding for a WA PrEP Demonstration Project for 2,000 Western Australians over a two-year period, with M Clinic as the lead clinical site. Our clients, staff and supporters have waited a long time to see PrEP Continue Reading
M Clinic, in conjunction with WA AIDS Council, have developed ME and MY GP, a handy resource to help you get the sexual health tests you need.
M Clinic welcomes the GRUNT campaign by PASH.tm! “Grunt is about hot, fun, informed sex between trans guys and cis guys. It’s a celebration of who we are and the guys we are into. A space to get accurate, inclusive and sex-positive sexual health information so we can keep it safe, keep it hot Continue Reading
Pre-exposure Prophylaxis is easier than you think. Check out this short video about PrEP created by the Western Australia AIDS Council. #PrEPworks
Sometimes it is planned, sometimes it isn’t. For those times when it doesn’t go to plan, consider PEP.
Syphilis is on the Rise. Get tested. Syphilis is a bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) that often has no symptoms. It can be passed around by sucking dick, getting your dick sucked, anal (top or bottom), rimming, fingering and sharing sex toys. It can also be spread through intimate or skin to skin contact with Continue Reading