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Where to get tested for sexually transmitted infections in Montreal

Source: Health Services

At Concordia

Concordia Health Services offers routine (no symptoms) STI screening with a nurse. If you have symptoms, call the booking line at 514-848-2424 ext 3565 to book an appointment with a doctor. NOTE: Concordia Health Services is for registered students of Concordia, as well as staff and faculty of the University.

Free HIV self-testing kits

By participating in the I’m Ready national research program, you can get free HIV self-testing kits delivered to your home, or pick them up on campus, including at the Centre for Gender Advocacy and at the Concordia Student Union. The program provides support with testing through telehealth, and connection to care and treatment. And by answering the surveys, you will help improve HIV testing and care in Canada.

In Montreal

Disclaimer: This list was compiled by Concordia Health Services. Always call before going to confirm the hours and information below. Please note that these are possible services in the community, and this is not a referral or an endorsement of these services. There may be costs that you will have to pay upfront, and you are responsible for finding out if your insurance will reimburse you. Patients are encouraged to inquire about insured and uninsured fees, insurance reimbursement, payment options and receipts.


For routine (no symptoms) testing, and for people who have symptoms of an STI.

Jewish General Hospital infectious diseases and STIs walk-in clinic (Côte-des-Neiges)
3755 Côte-Ste-Catherine Rd., Pavillion G, Room G-200, Second Floor
Monday to Friday, 8 – 10:30 a.m.
Serves all patients but only accept RAMQ cards and refugee claimants. If you have an out-of-province, Blue Cross/Medavie or other insurance, you will pay up front but will be charged RAMQ rates (they offer to help patients to fill in claim forms to get reimbursed from your insurance provider)

CLSC Metro: free STI testing (beside Concordia)
1801 de Maisonneuve West, next to SGW campus
Monday to Friday
By appointment only (no walk-ins)
Call 514-934-0354 Ext. 7399 to book with a nurse, or book on ClicSanté (select STBBI Screening and Treatment Clinics; filter for 'Show services without fees' and 'Health Establishment'). If you have symptoms, you will be referred to a physician.
For people with a Medicare card (not for international students/Blue Cross etc.)

CLSC Youth clinics and Aire Ouverte: for people 25 years old and under. Many locations in Montreal.
By appointment only (no walk-ins)
Book on ClicSanté (select Youth Clinics, filter for 'Show services without fees' and 'Health Establishment', and click on the different CLSCs to find the soonest appointment). If you have symptoms, you will be referred to a physician.
For people with a Medicare card (not for international students/Blue Cross etc.)

Head & Hands’ Youth Clinic: for people 25 years old and under
By appointment only (NO walk-ins)
Serves people living in any neighbourhood, and with any insurance, including RAMQ, out-of-province, Blue Cross/Medavie, etc.
Call 514-481-0277 or email to book

St. Mary's Family Medicine Centre Youth Clinic (Côte-des-Neiges): for people 25 years old and under
3777 Jean-Brillant
Tuesdays 2 - 6 p.m.
By appointment only (NO walk-ins)
514-734-7405 (leave a message and you will get called back)
Medicare AND International/Blue Cross

PRELIB self-testing centre
2121 rue Crescent, Suite 2117 (near Concordia SGW campus)
1485 Saint-Hubert Street (Metro Berri-UQAM)
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
For people with a Québec (RAMQ) Medicare card and people with health insurance that covers analysis in a private lab - check with your insurance provider. Note: There are fees related to testing and sample transport. See their FAQ - Rates page.

Clinique l'Actuel (Gay Village)
1001, boul. De Maisonneuve Est, bureau 1130
Open on weekdays and weekends
Walk-in 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., weekdays and Saturdays (clinic remains closed on Sundays during the pandemic); and by appointment.
Rapid HIV test available (results in 10 minutes)

SIDEP+ clinic (Gay Village): For men who have sex with men and trans people
1705, rue de la Visitation
Monday to Friday
By appointment only (no walk-ins)
514-527-9565 ext. 1480 or online booking
Anonymous testing available on request

Quorum (metro Berri-UQÀM) (info is only in French)
Family medicine clinic with expertise in STI, HIV, and hepatitis care
800, boul. de Maisonneuve Est suite RC-1
Open on weekdays and weekends
By appointment only (no walk-ins)

Clinique Médicale Quartier Latin STI Testing Clinic
1733 rue Berri
Open on weekdays and weekends: see schedule at the bottom of their home page
By appointment only (no walk-ins).
For people with a Québec (RAMQ) Medicare card (not for people with Blue Cross, out-of-province Medicare card etc.)

Clinique Médicale La Licorne (metro Berri-UQÀM) (info is only in French)
808 Ontario St E.
Open on weekdays and weekends: see their schedule
By appointment only (NO walk-ins): make an account on their Portail and book online; or call to book.
For people with a Québec (RAMQ) Medicare card (not for people with Blue Cross, out-of-province Medicare card etc.)
There are fees related to testing and sample transport.  


Private clinics in Montreal that offer STI-testing

Some private clinics also offer routine and urgent STI testing. While there are charges to use these clinics, you may be able to get reimbursed by your insurance provider. Contact the clinic to learn about the fees associated, and talk to your health insurance company to find out more.

Elna clinique A
407 rue McGill, bureau 900    

Expertise 24/7 Clinique Santé
2046 Avenue Mont-Royal Est
Information about sexual health

Groupe de santé Medisys
600 de Maisonneuve

Clinique Privée Créa-MeD
2055 Mansfield
Information about STI testing fees (scroll down to Tarifs)

Clinique Privée RocklandMD
100 chemin Rockland, TMR
Offer a gynecology clinic, including STI screening and treatment

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