About Adelaide Sexual Health Centre
If you require PEP during our closing hours please contact the PEP hotline on 1800 022 226 or the emergency department at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Any other STI test can be performed by a general practitioner.
Adelaide Sexual Health Centre provides a free, confidential service. This includes advice, testing and treatment for all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
We also require all clients to complete the “AM I OK” self-assessment tool. This will determine if an appointment is needed. For those that do not need an appointment, options will be provided at the end of the self-assessment.
Monday: 9.15 am to 4.30 pm
Tuesday: 11.15 am to 6.30 pm
Wednesday: 11.15 am to 6.30 pm
Thursday: 1.00 pm to 4.30 pm
Friday: 9.15 am to 4.30 pm
To help improve patient access and waiting times, we are now taking appointments. To make an appointment please call us on (08) 7117 2800. We will offer you the next available appointment or refer you to an alternative clinical service, such as a General Practice or SHINE SA.
Please note if you arrive more than 10 minutes late for your appointment you will be rescheduled.
137 East Terrace
Adelaide, South Australia
All the information you give us, and the results of tests, are strictly confidential. We will not release information about you without your written permission.
If you would like further information, please ask your doctor or health adviser.
My Health Record
ASHC does not provide information to My Health Record.
Please see the following statements from our partners within the sexual health sector for specific information on how to protect your privacy.
We offer a range of services, especially to those within our priority groups including:
- medical consultations, including testing and treatment for STIs and HIV
- on-site laboratory testing
- sexual health advice
- partner notification, including support
- specialist clinical advice for health care workers
- teaching unit for health care professionals.
For more information on our services and priority groups, please see the Services available at Adelaide Sexual Health Centre page.
Annual sentinel surveillance reports are produced by Adelaide Sexual Health Centre. These reports can provide early indication of an outbreak.