PrEP is a medication taken by HIV negative people to reduce their chance of contracting HIV. Information and guides on PrEP are available from i-base
Appointments to start PrEP are available at Mortimer Market Centre (Camden), Archway Centre (Islington), Edgware (Barnet), Buryfields Clinic (Guildford) and Earnsdale (Redhill) for:
- Men who have sex with men and trans women who have had condomless sex anal sex in the last 6 months
- People whose partner is HIV positive and is having condomless sex, unless their partner has been on HIV treatment for 6 months and their viral load is <200
- Anyone who was registered on the Impact PrEP trial with another service
If any of these apply to you please call us on 020 3317 5252 for an appointment
If none of the above apply to you but you are concerned about your HIV risk, please give us a call and we will book you an appointment to discuss your options
If you have received PrEP from us in the past as part of the Impact Trial, you can still get your supply from us in the usual way. Please book an online STI screen, including HIV test, via SHL for London residents or Surrey online for Surrey residents.
Once you have your results, or if you cannot access either of the online services, call us on 020 3317 5252 for an appointment.
What is PrEP? And how does it work?
Our Specialty Registrar Dr Arthur Wong explains exactly how PrEP works and the benefits of taking the medication
Below are some further links to useful videos about PrEP created by Women and Prep.
- What is PrEP? and how does it work
- PrEP and heterosexuals
- PrEP explanation in Portuguese
- PrEP and sex workers
- PreP and non-binary/trans