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Sexual Health and HIV Service: Brisbane


Street Address
270 Roma Street
Brisbane QLD 4000

Postal address
GPO Box 8161
Brisbane QLD 4000

Telephone: (07) 3837 5611
Fax: (07) 3837 5640

The Sexual Health and HIV Service provides specialist HIV care and services for people with complex sexual health needs. For most services a referral from your General Practitioner (GP) will be required. 

Services provided:

A doctor referral is NOT required for the following services

Opening hours
The specialist services are provided by appointment during opening hours:
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:00pm (closed public holidays)
Pharmacy is closed Wednesday afternoons

Outreach services to Redcliffe and Caboolture.

HIV testing clinics
If you think you might be at risk for HIV, having a test is important. Free and confidential HIV testing is provided at the following times:

Rapid HIV testing and other STI tests may be offered as part of this visit. Please phone to request an appointment.

Doctor and Nurse Practitioner referrals
Referrals from GPs and Nurse Practitioners are welcome. Please forward referrals to the service directly (see details above). We will contact the patient within three working days from the time we receive it. If the matter requires immediate management, GPs and other health staff may phone the clinic during opening hours and ask to speak to a doctor or nurse for further information.

Patient information

Geographical coverage
This service is for residents in the northern Brisbane region, covering the are north of the Brisbane River through to Caboolture and Kilcoy. If you live outside this area you may be referred to a sexual health clinic or health service nearer to you. Sexual Health Services can be found by clicking the Where Can I Go For Help link on the left hand menu of this page.

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Seroconversion Study for people newly diagnosed with HIV

HIV Seroconversion Study

Above is a link to an invitation to people who have recently been diagnosed with HIV to participate in a national study. The study aims to collect information about HIV knowledge and HIV risk behavious before and after HIV diagnosis which will provide valuable information for health promotion and HIV prevention programs and policies. All information provided by participants is confidential and is kept secure by the Kirby institute at the University of NSW. Study reports produced by the Kirby Institute present information in a de-identified form to protect the confidentiality of study participants. Queensland Health is a funding partner of the study.

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Last Updated: 23 June 2014
Last Reviewed: 21 November 2013