Adelaide Sexual Health Centre (formerly Clinic 275) provides a free and confidential specialist sexual health service for South Australia. This includes medical consultations and advice, testing and treatment for all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV, on-site laboratory testing, partner notification and support, and much more.

See the about us page for a list of opening times.

Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) Adelaide Sexual Health Centre has slightly changed the way we operate:

  • Services are available by appointment only.
  • Before contacting us, Please complete the “AM I OK” self-assessment tool. This will advise you if you need to attend. At this time we are only able to see people with symptoms of an STI or for PEP or PREP. If you are advised to seek care elsewhere, you will be given options at the end of the self-assessment.
  • people with symptoms of an STI should call us on (08) 7117 2800 to speak to a nurse.

Invitation to become a HIV PrEP Prescriber in South Australia!

Co-formulated tenofovir and emtricitabine for use as HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) by people at risk of HIV infection is now recommended as standard care in clinical guidelines in Australia. As PrEP is now listed as a Schedule 85 (s85) drug, any doctor can write a script for PrEP which can be taken to any pharmacy for dispensing.

Adelaide Sexual Health Centre (ASHC) are currently seeking General Practitioners interested in offering their patients PrEP and receiving referrals. Please call (08) 7117 2800.

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Tablet recall

Consumers are advised there is a recall of all batches of Tenofovir Disoproxil Emtricitabine Mylan 300/200 tablets due to the potential for broken/split tablets. This medication is prescribed for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) by this clinic.

Anyone with unexpired tablets should return them to their pharmacy. Further information is available on the Therapeutic Goods Administration website or contact the clinic on (08) 7117 2800 to discuss.

SA Health COVID-19 government requirements

We have a legal requirement to operate a contact tracing system. This will involve using a QR code or a written record.