Sexual Health After-Hours Clinics

Sexual health after-hours clinics are available to all individuals of all ages and offer sexually transmitted and blood-borne infection testing, including gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, syphilis, Hepatitis C, etc. HPV testing is also available if required.

Will I need an appointment?

No appointment or referral is required, but clinic dates and times are subject to change so please call ahead before attending.

At the clinic, you will be able to see a nurse practitioner or registered nurse for the STBBI testing.

Test results will take approximately one to two weeks, depending on the test.

Non-nominal testing is available. This means the test can be ordered using a code and not your name. However, if the test is positive, the result is reported to public health using your name (nominally). The test result (positive or negative) will also be recorded in your health record at the clinic.

Clinic hours and locations:

Clinics alternate monthly between Charlottetown and Summerside from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Charlottetown 

The Mount
141 Mt. Edward Road, 3rd Floor (to the right of the elevator) 
Note:  Patients enter using the North Entrance of the building
Telephone:  1-844-365-8258

2024 after-hours clinic dates in Charlottetown:  

  • Monday, May 27
  • Monday, August 19
  • Monday, October 28

Summerside

Prince County Hospital
65 Roy Boates Avenue
Telephone:  1-844-365-8258

2024 after-hours clinic dates in Summerside:  

  • Monday, April 22
  • Monday, June 17
  • Monday, September 23
  • Monday, November 18
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) and blood-borne infection (BBI) testing are also available during regular business hours by calling 1-844-365-8258 to schedule an appointment.

Sexual health services are provided through the Sexual Health, Options & Reproductive Services to Islanders of all genders, orientations, and ages at various sites across Prince Edward Island. 

For more information or to access safe, confidential, and supportive services, call 1-844-365-8258 (toll-free).

What are the STI rates in Prince Edward Island?

For information on STI rates, visit Sexually Transmitted and Bloodborne Infection Rates in PEI.
 

Published date: 
February 2, 2024
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