PrEP Health has made prescribing to PrEP medication easy! we’ve done this by fully integrating the process of prescription into an all inclusive monthly subscription.
Subscribe to PrEP today, one initial visit to pathology, then ongoing service including HIV screening and medication is delivered anywhere in Australia contact-free with ongoing care.
PrEP is of two medications, co-formulated tenofovir and emtricitabine combined in one pill for use by people at risk of HIV infection. PrEP when taken with high adherence daily, is a highly effective in prevention strategy for HIV for men who have sex with men (MSM), heterosexual men and transgender people, and people who are at-risk of HIV acquisition.
Sexual health is instrumental to your health and is a fundamental right. PrEP gives you an autonomy over your own body and we’ve completely sorted PrEP for you. Our affordable and most convenient way to get PrEP.
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PrEP is for men who are currently not living with HIV. Before your first prescription we completely screen your sexual health and check out your kidneys. Ongoing, in the last month of each 3 month prescription Dr Tanner needs you to be screened for HIV before he can send another script to our pharmacy partners Healthsmart. Our partners at Atomo diagnostics have made the process easy from home with their HIV Self Test.
The PrEP Health Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Managing Director, Dr Mitchell Tanner is the principal practitioner of a local practice in Singleton, New South Wales, Australia, who completed his Bachelor of Medicine (BMed) at the University of Newcastle in 2008 and was made a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2012. He also holds a Certificate for Medical Practitioners in Sexual and Reproductive Health so he knows his stuff when it comes to STIs and sexual health.
As the leading doctor at PrEP Health, Mitchell recognises how important reproductive and sexual health is to total healthcare and he is committed to reducing the number of STIs in Australia and improve healthcare outcomes by empowering patients.