Sexual Health Services Important Update :
Sexual Health Services in both the Murrumbidgee and Southern NSW Local Health Districts are currently reducing non-essential, and non-urgent activity in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
We will continue to provide urgent and essential sexual health care, this includes;
- Management of medication and vaccination for people living with HIV,
- People requiring post exposure prophylaxis for potential exposure to HIV,
- People who are displaying symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection, and
- Management of current sexually transmitted infections.
We will not be providing a walk-in service at this time, and we encourage you to see your GP for non-urgent sexual health care such as PrEP and asymptomatic screening.
You wil need to speak with the Nurse prior to your appointment.
To make an appointment, please phone us on;
Community Intake Line: 1800 999880
Queanbeyan: 02 6150 7150
Goulburn: 02 4827 3913
Bega: 02 6491 9800
Eurobodall Shire: 1800 999 880
Griffith: 02 6966 9900
Wagga Wagga Brookong Centre: 02 5943 2830
Partnering with Albury Wodonga Health: Clinic 72 Albury 02 6058 1831
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC IF:
- You have returned from overseas in the last 14 days
- You are a contact of COVID-19
- You have been on a cruise ship in the last 14 days, OR if
- You have a fever, cough, sore throat or any respiratory symptoms
About Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs)
Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are infections that can be passed on from one person to another during sex.
NSW Health provides up to date fact sheets on the most common STIs in Australia. These include: genital herpes, genital warts, Chlamydia, trichomoniasis, gonorrhoea, hepatitis B, syphilis and HIV.
You can call the NSW Sexual Health Infoline on 1800 451 624 for assistance.
Sexual Health Info Link - This is a confidential and anonymous state-wide service where experienced sexual health nurses will answer your questions on sexual health and sexually transmissible infections.
They can also provide referrals to services close to you. The service is available to the general public and also to health professionals.
Play Safe - Young people aged 15-29 can access sexual health information and ask questions on the NSW Health Playsafe website.
Play Safe Pro - We've collected the best tools for workers with young people around sexual health. Check out the organisational tools to help your service become more sexual health friendly,
The best way to protect yourself from STIs is to practice safe sex. Always use a condom when you have sex.
Testing for STIs involves taking swabs, providing a urine sample and blood test. Many STIs do not have any symptoms so regular STI check-ups are important. Discuss with your GP or local sexual health service.
Infectious Syphilis ALERT - For information for Aboriginal medical services, sexual health clinicians, general practitioners and antenatal services
If you are diagnosed with an STI your GP or sexual health service will prescribe treatment.
Telling your partners – If you test positive for an STI it is important to tell your partner/s so they can be checked and treated. This is called contact tracing or partner notification. Your doctor or nurse can help you with this or you can use the websites listed below.
Let Them Know - This website will help people who have been diagnosed with Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Mycoplasma genitalium, Syphilis and Trichomonas to tell their sexual partners that they might also be at risk.
Better to Know - A resource designed especially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to help inform partners who may be at risk of an STI.
How will our Sexual Health Service help you?
Our clinic staff provide free testing, management, support and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) in a safe and private space.
We run programs to increase awareness of Sexual Health and supply information resources, free condoms and lubricant.
We provide Sexual Health Clinic Services that include:
- Testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections
- Testing for HIV, HIV monitoring, management and treatment
- Hepatitis A and B testing, diagnosis, and immunisation
- Hepatitis C testing, diagnosis and treatment
- PEP - Post Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV and Hepatitis B
- PrEP- Pre Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV
We work with specific groups in our community:
- Men who have sex with men
- People with HIV
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
- People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds
- People who inject drugs
- People recently released from prison
- Sex Industry Workers
- Young people at risk