Floor 1 / 270 Roma Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Telephone: (07) 3837 5611
Facsimile: (07) 3837 5640
SHHS Clinic 1
GPO Box 8161
Brisbane QLD 4000
|Monday 8:20am - 5:00pm||Walk-in clinic 8:20am - 1:00pm|
|Tuesday 8:20am - 5:00pm||Walk-in clinic 8:20am - 1:00pm|
|Wednesday 8:20am - 12:00pm||Appointment only clinic|
|Thursday 10:00am - 5:00pm||Walk-in clinic 9:50am - 1:00pm|
|Friday 8:20am - 5:00pm||Appointment only clinic|
The walk-in clinic is for people concerned about STI symptoms or those who have a partner diagnosed with an STI.
The walk-in clinic has a limited number of appointments available each day. Once maximum clinic capacity is reached we may be required to close bookings earlier than 1:00pm. To increase the liklihood that you will be seen, please arrive early in the day.
If you require HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) or Emergency Contraception you are encouraged to attend the clinic at the earliest opportunity. You can attend any day during opening hours.
Under 18s are welcome anytime through the day during opening hours, or at one of our young person's outreach clinics.
University students wanting routine sexual health screening who have a medical centre on their campus may wish to consider attending their campus health service.
Appointment only clinic
On Wednesdays (8:20am - 12:00pm) and Fridays (8:20am - 5:00pm) booked appointments are available. Appointments may be made by phoning the clinic or following discussion with a nurse about your health needs and options.
Appointments will only be booked two weeks in advance.
A number of clinics are provided outside of the central Brisbane city service. Appointments can be made at these clinics. These services are particularly suitable for young people under 25. See Young People under 25 for more information and contact information.
Commercial sex worker health certificates
Appointments are available for sex workers requiring sexual health checks. Appointments are available on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays. When possible, please phone for an appointment at least a week before the issuing of a certificate is required.
It is important to bring your Medicare card with you on each visit. A Medicare card is required for obtaining prescriptions that are subsidised by the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) and supplied through a hospital or community pharmacy. A co-payment may be required for some medications.
If you are not eligible for a Medicare card any costs will be discussed with you at your visit.
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.