We’re adding phone consults

We’re making a small change to the process of being approved for PrEP that’ll help us better look after your health.

We're adding phone consults |


All PrEP patients may have 1 short phone consult before being prescribed PrEP medication, depending on their eligibility for the medication. 

This is for first timers & those who’ve used PrEP in the past or are currently taking PrEP. This is a once off phone consult, you’ll only require a subsequent phone consult if your pathology results in 3months impact your PrEP eligibility & need to be discussed with you.

 

How it works:

  1. If you have been with us for a while
    – Next time you use PrEP Health you will visit pathology then have a phone consult with our doctor who will discuss your results & PrEP eligibility.
    – For future PrEP cycles (every 3months you’re required to visit pathology again) you won’t need another phone consult unless your STI & HIV tests are positive or you have poor kidney health.
  2. If you are new to PrEP Health
    – All newbies will have an initial phone consult to discuss pathology results before being prescribed PrEP.
    – For future PrEP cycles (every 3months you’re required to visit pathology again) you won’t need another phone consult unless your STI & HIV tests are positive or you have poor kidney health.

How much will it cost me?
These phone consults are 100% bulk-billed and you pay anything as it’s covered by Medicare. The exception is if you don’t have Medicare you’ll need to pay a fee for this phone consult that is drastically lower than seeing a doctor in person.

How does the phone consult happen?

You’ll be directed to book your appointment through our website.

It’s important you are available at the allocated time for your consult so your PrEP process can be finalised.
Once the consult is done, you’ll receive your medication or prescription depending on your choice.

We hope you’ll enjoy being intro’d to our awesome team of PrEP doctors.
If you have any questions, please contact us.

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