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Where to get tested for sexually transmitted infections in Montreal

Learn where you can get STI-testing in Montreal, including during COVID-19 pandemic measures.

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At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic measures, most visits for routine STI testing (no symptoms) were temporarily suspended. Some centre are now gradually reopening to offer routine STI screening. See below for testing centres that we have confirmed are offering appointments for routine testing. We recommend you call or make an appointment before you go. 


At Concordia

Concordia Health Services is now offering a limited number of STI testing appointments with the nurse: this is for your routine test when you are not having symptoms. If you are having symptoms, call to book a timely remote appointment with the urgent care doctor. 

Other places in Montreal

These places have restarted routine (no symptoms) testing, and continue to offer testing to people who have symptoms of an STI.

Jewish General Hospital infectious diseases and STIs walk-in clinic (Côte-des-Neiges)
3755 Côte-Ste-Catherine Road, E-0064, Level S1
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

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. If you have symptoms, you will be referred to a physician
For people with a Medicare card (not for international students/Blue Cross etc.)

St. Mary's Family Medicine Centre Youth Clinic (Côte-des-Neiges)
3777 Jean-Brillant
For young people 25 years and under
Tuesdays 2-6pm
By appointment only
514-734-7405 (you can leave a message and you will get a call-back)
Medicare AND International/Blue Cross

PRELIB self-testing centre
1485 rue Saint-Hubert
Monday - Friday: 7:20-1 p.m, Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Note: Online medical services and electronic medical consultation fees are being waived during pandemic measures (question 6 in their FAQ). There can be fees for the online consultation, as well as additional fees related to testing or sample transport. For people 15-20 years old, some fees are waived.

Clinique l'Actuel (Gay Village)
1001, boul. De Maisonneuve Est, bureau 1130
Open on weekdays and weekends
By appointment; walk-in 8 AM until 12 PM weekdays and Saturdays (clinic remains closed on Sundays during the pandemic)
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
514-527-9565 ext. 1480 or online booking
Anonymous testing available on request

Quorum (info is only in French for now)
Family medicine clinic with expertise in STI, HIV, and hepatitis care
800, boul. de Maisonneuve Est suite RC-1 (station Berri-UQÀM)
Open on weekdays and weekends
By appointment only

Clinique Médicale Quartier Latin STI Testing Clinic
1733 rue Berri
Monday to Friday

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 STI testing fees (scroll down to Tarifs)

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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