Consultation fees

Consultation with an NP: starting from $120

Consultation during weekday: starting from $140

Consultation on weekends and holidays: starting from $160

STD profile (gonorrhea/chlamydia/HIV/VDRL): $210

Service available at these clinics

STBBIS/STD screening

Screening for the most common sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) is generally performed by taking a blood sample (for HIV and syphilis) and genital secretions and/or urine (for gonorrhea and chlamydia). For some infections, such as herpes and condylomata (genital warts), a diagnosis is also based on a clinical assessment of symptoms or visible lesions.

It is recommended that you be tested for STBBIs after any risky sexual encounter without protection, with inadequate protection (condom tear), or after sharing sex toys, syringes or other injection equipment. In addition, people in stable relationships who want to stop using condoms and women considering pregnancy, can also take advantage of these screening tests.

If you receive a positive screening test result, a member of our team may be assigned to you and ensure your medical follow-up.

Men who experience the following symptoms should consult a doctor:

  • Pain or swelling of the testicles
  • Difficulty urinating or burning sensation when urinating
  • Pain during ejaculation
  • Urethral discharge
  • Fever
  • Itching, appearance of visible lesions (pimples, spots, etc.)

Women who experience the following symptoms should consult a doctor:

  • Difficulty or burning when urinating
  • Fever
  • Itching, appearance of visible lesions (pimples, red patches, etc.)

Frequently asked questions

What types of STBBI tests do you offer?

We offer the following screening tests: gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, syphilis, trichomonas, herpes, hepatitis B, mycoplasma/ureaplasma, HPV. The various screening tests may include blood tests, urine tests, swabs or a combination of these.

What can I expect during an STI screening appointment and how does the consultation at your clinic work?

A consultation for an STBBI screening usually includes a discussion of your sexual history as well as potential exposure and risks. The treating professional will first assess all your symptoms and then take the necessary samples or tests to confirm a diagnosis (or provide you with a prescription for tests). You’ll receive information on the procedure, including how to receive lab results and how to treat your symptoms, if any.

What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?

A Nurse Practitioner is a nurse who has obtained a Master of Nursing Science degree after completing a Bachelor of Nursing Science and accumulating 3600 hours of practice in a chosen specialty. They possess advanced clinical skills and can diagnose certain illnesses, prescribe treatments, and collaborate closely with other healthcare professionals. This role, established through a partnership between the Quebec Order of Nurses and Nurses and the College of Physicians, aims to provide more accessible and affordable quality care while relieving pressure on the healthcare system.

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