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HIV services at Sherbourne

HIV Testing

If you are a registered client – through the Family Health Team, SOY, WINK, HEP C team, Infirmary, Health Bus, or Diabetes program – you can get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections by a nurse. We have regular blood work testing that is sent to a public health laboratory and takes 1-2 weeks to get results.

We also have the rapid HIV Point-of-Care testing, with results in less than two minutes. You need to book an appointment to be seen. We do not do anonymous HIV testing.

Primary Care for HIV Treatment and Prevention

Our Family Health Team has years of experience supporting registered clients with HIV and treating their HIV infection. We also routinely prescribe PREP and PEP for HIV prevention as part of our primary care services.

Blue Door Clinic for People without Health Insurance

Sherbourne Health is proud to partner with the community on the Blue Door Clinic – a clinic serving people with HIV who do not have adequate health insurance coverage or access to HIV medication. See https://www.bluedoorclinic.org/ for more information.

What is HIV?
How can you get HIV?
How can you protect yourself from getting HIV?
What do you do if you test HIV positive?
Community HIV/AIDS organizations

Contact us

Please contact us at 416-324-4100 to get information about registering as a client or see the Primary & Family Care page.

Community Naturopathic Clinic for People living with HIV/AIDS

The Community PHA Naturopathic clinic at Sherbourne Health provides naturopathic care free of charge to people living with HIV/AIDS. To learn more about the clinic, click here.

Naturopathic Medicine incorporates a number of therapies including:

  • Botanical medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Clinical nutrition
  • Homeopathy
  • Lifestyle counselling

Appointments are available:

Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Wednesdays from 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

To make an appointment, contact the Naturopathic Coordinator at 416-498-1255 ext. 229

Questions? Contact us.