We have resumed back to business as-per-usual and are conducting all appointment types at M Clinic.
We still adhere to restrictions set in place by the government in relation to COVID-19.
Please call us on (08) 9227 0734 for more information.
M Clinic is an appointment-only clinic which provides, confidential, non-judgemental STI, HIV, and BBV testing & treatment for men, trans-men, trans-women and non-binary people who have sex with each other. To see whether you are eligible for our service please click here.
LinQ Medical is our Medicare-billing PrEP-prescribing service within the M Clinic premises, for people of diverse seuxality and gender. This service prescribes PrEP to anyone who is at risk of acquiring HIV. To find out more please visit our LinQ Medical page.
We do 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 has been temporarily closed down. We are sorry for the inconvenience. This will be operational by the end of the week.
Call Us if you have symptoms, if you are a contact of an STI, or if you want to book in for a PrEP appointment at LinQ Medical.
We sell the ATOMO HIV Self Test Kit! Call us on (08) 9227 0734 to find out more!
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