If you have URGENT symptoms and are worried you can attend the clinic and
speak to a Health care provider who will advise further.

Please Book your No Symptoms Screen on Line. (See "BOOK AN APPOINTMENT" tab below)


The GUIDe clinic provides a walk-in service for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) assessment.The walk-in service for PEP assessment is
available between 9am-11am and 2pm-3:30pm Monday to Thursday and 9am-11am on Fridays. PEP must be accessed within 72
hours of possible HIV exposure. If it is not
possible to attend at one of these times within the 72 hours following possible
HIV exposure please attend the emergency department.

 

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News/Upcoming Events

Self-Service Kiosk

The GUIDe Clinic introduced Self-Registration Kiosks on the 30th November 2016.

If you are a return patient to the clinic please register at the self service kiosk when you attend for your appointment.

 

How a red ribbon conquered the world

Aids Ribbon

Thirty years after the HIV virus was first documented, the red ribbon is the ubiquitous symbol of support for those living with the illness. Who thought of it and how did it get so big?

In the sparse surroundings of a former classroom on a spring day in 1991 - a decade after the rise of Aids - a group of 12 artists gathered to discuss a new project.

They were photographers, painters, film makers and costume designers, and they sat around in the shared gallery space known as PS122 in New York's East Village.

Read the full story at www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-13597312

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