We are introducing online bookings for the Guide Clinic. For the initial Phase of the project, we are only catering for Non-Symptom STI Screening Tests and PrEP clinic appointments. We will look to bring other Appointment Types online soon, but for now only those patients with no symptoms can book online. For all other patients please see the Coming to See Us area of the website.
Update to GUIDe service as of Tuesday 4th January 2022
In line with public health guidance, please do not attend the GUIDe clinic if you have symptoms of COVID19 or if you have been recently identified as a COVID19 contact. If you need to change an appointment please email email@example.com
Additional clinic contact details are available here,
Our HIV service will continue. Please come to the clinic at your appointment time. Please do not attend the clinic if you have symptoms of COVID19 infection or have been identified as a recent close contact of COVID19.
Our STI service will continue with restrictions. At this time there is no walk-in STI service. If you have been contacted to attend please attend at your appointment time. We are accepting GP referrals and assess these on a daily basis to prioritise urgent care.
Free online STI testing for people who do not have symptoms is available at https://sh24.ie/
Please do not attend the clinic if you have symptoms of COVID19 infection or have been identified as a recent close contact of COVID19. We hope that the restrictions on our STI service will be short-lived. We will update the website as the situation evolves. If you do not have symptoms you could book a free online STI test at
Our PrEP Service is currently at capacity
New PrEP appointments will be released only when capacity allows via our online booking system www.swiftqueue.com
Please find details of other services offering Prep appointments on the sexualwellbeing website https://www.sexualwellbeing.ie/sexual-health/PrEP
Please note given the increase in C19 infection numbers some up-coming PrEP in person appointments have been cancelled. The PrEP service will revert to a phone consultation. This will ensure a safer service. If you had an appointment, please expect a phone call from a PrEP nurse.