M Clinic is an appointment-only sexual health clinic in Perth that provides, confidential, non-judgmental STI, HIV, and BBV testing & treatment for men who have sex with men, trans people and non-binary people. We offer interpreter services free of charge! If you need an interpreter please let us know in advance and we can book one for you!
There are two ways to book an appointment with us:
Online Booking if you have no symptoms and want to have a sexual health consultation, vaccination appointment or peer discussion.
Call Us if you have symptoms, if you are a contact for an STI, or if you want to book in for a PrEP appointment.
Due to CV-19 we are offering telephone consultations for routine asymptomatic screens. Our booking and appointment process is shown below:
- Please note appointment fees are as normal. Billing will be conducted over the phone after the consultation for telephone consults.
- Please note we will be calling from a private number around the allotted appointment time.
- Vaccines will be conducted at the clinic, if you have CV-19 symptoms we will require a negative CV-19 test before we can see you.
If you are attending the clinic for sample collection:
- If you are experiencing any CV-19 symptoms, including throat symptoms, we will require a recent negative CV-19 test result before we can see you (please see Healthdirect for more information).
- Please do not bring friends or partners to your in-person appointment.
- Wear a mask (a surgical mask is preferred over cloth).
- Please attend your appointment on time, do not arrive early.
Thank you for your understanding during this time
Please click here for a list of Pathwest collection centres around Western Australia.
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