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Programs & Services

Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Clinic

The Calgary STI clinic will be accepting both walk-ins and a limited number of appointments Monday to Friday, and will be walk-in only on Saturday's. If patients wish to book an appointment, please call our toll-free number. Otherwise, walk-in to receive services. We will make every effort to make appointments for patients, however, those with URGENT concerns will be prioritized. All patients will be expected to mask and complete a COVID screen upon arrival at the clinic.

STI Clinic Changes:

  • accepting both walk-in's and limited number of appointments Monday to Friday
  • walk-in's only on Saturday's
  • please call the clinic for an appoint or proceed to the clinic for a walk-in
  • due to demand, please expect to wait to be seen
  • all patients will be required to performance hand hygiene, mask, and complete a COVID screen upon arrival at the clinic
  • urgent concerns are prioritized, which include:
    • patients with a known STI and require treatment
    • contact to a known STI and require testing / treatment
    • symptoms of an STI
    • care following a recent sexual assault
  • routine testing may be provided, as appointment and walk-in spots are available
  • want to be tested faster - self-collection testing is available - please ask reception

STI Clinic services provided:

  • diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections in a non-judgmental and inclusive environment
  • detailed syphilis diagnosis, treatment and follow up
  • Hepatitis A, B and HPV vaccine program for qualified individuals
  • HIV, hepatitis A, B and C testing for qualified individuals
  • post sexual assault care (excluding forensic examinations)
  • emergency contraception
  • HIV PEP/nPEP referrals
  • pap smears and follow up for those unable to access care elsewhere
  • accepting referrals to infectious disease physicians who specialize in STI and HIV care
  • counselling and client education as well as support for community partners and physicians
  • contact tracing and partner notification
  • testing and treatment provided in community to those unable to access other sites or providers
  • harm reduction supply distribution (e.g. needles, condoms)
  • Community Based Naloxone kits and training
  • referrals to other services

Service Providers May Include
doctors, registered nurses (RNs)

Clients must be over 14 years of age to access care

Service Access

The Clinic accepts both walk-ins and a limited number of appointments. Please call the clinic mainline to schedule an appointment or proceed to the clinic for walk-in appointments.

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Service Locations
Also Known As
STI Clinic, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinc
STD Clinic