Supporting the sexual health of men who have sex with men, trans, gender diverse & non-binary people

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, gender diverse 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.

M Clinic has Moved!

M Clinic has moved to 20 Colin Street in West Perth.

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M Clinic phone line 8th March 2023

The M Clinic phone line is currently down. We are hoping to have this issue resolved tomorrow (9th of March 2023). In the mean time if you have any questions please contact M Clinic via email on We apologise for any inconvenience.

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Monkeypox Virus

What is Monkeypox? Monkeypox (MPXV) is a rare viral infection that is transmitted to humans from animals. It is endemic to Central and West Africa, typically in tropical rainforests but also increasingly more in urban areas.   What are the symptoms? It usually takes 1-2 weeks from infection to beginning of symptoms, but can be…

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Covid-19 & STI Testing at M Clinic

Beginning 01/02/2022 M Clinic will commence telephone consults for all routine testing clients and PrEP appointments*. We will conduct the consult over the phone and provide a pathology form for testing. Please note we will be calling from a private number around the allotted appointment time.  If you have STI symptoms, require treatment, or are receiving a…

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Safety of Staff and Clients at the M Clinic

Hello everyone, We like to think of the M Clinic as a welcoming and inclusive environment where you can feel free and safe enough to express your true self. Recently, we have seen clients of the service as well as our outreach clinics sexually harass our staff. This is absolutely not ok and will not…

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Don’t Forget the Balls!

Masturbation and Testicular Self Examination Masturbation is an excellent way to explore your body and sexuality and is known to have multiple health benefits. Regular masturbation is an effective stress reliever, can relax and boost your mood and even help you sleep better. In saying that, the testicles sometimes feel a little left out. They…

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PrEP is still on the PBS!

Hello everyone! We’ve had a number of people say that their pharmacists have told them PrEP is no longer on the PBS and that they have to pay $170 a bottle to continue taking PrEP. We just want to let you know that PrEP is still on the PBS and you can still get it…

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PrEP and COVID-19

Hey all. If you have questions about taking PrEP in the midst of COVID-19, this post by Get PrEPD may answer your questions: Some people have asked if they can stop taking PrEP if they are no longer having sex as part of social distancing…Posted by Get PrEPD on Tuesday, 24 March 2020

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COVID-19 and Casual Sex

Hey everyone, Thorne Harbour Health has made a resource regarding casual sex in these times. Please click here CORONAVIRUS_SEX_INFO_SHEET for a printer-friendly version. Sex, intimacy and coronavirus How does COVID-19 (coronavirus) spread? COVID-19, a disease caused by coronavirus, spreads mostly from person-to-person contact through viral particles dispersed through the mouth by coughing, sneezing, laughing, singing or…

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Medicare Billing with PrEP Appointments

  PrEP Appointments charge differently to M Clinic appointments The appointment requires a large initial payment which you can pay with any card. To get the Medicare rebate, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A CHEQUE OR SAVINGS ACCOUNT. As a result, we will NOT be accepting payments by Apple/Google/Samsung Pay or from any wearables. Please…

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