Need help finding your nearest Sexual Health Clinic?
If you think you may have a sexually transmitted infection and you need to see your GP, school nurse or Sexual Health Clinic or other health care provider. Sexual Health Clinics provide a specialist, confidential, free of charge service to everyone.
Search your region, (by typing into the box below your City/town), press 'Search' then when the page loads, scroll down to find your nearest Sexual Health Clinic or health care provider
Are you under 22 years old? An STI check up could be free.
Free STI checks are available for under 22 year olds at many providers throughout New Zealand.
There are many different places to go for a Sexually Transmitted Infection check up depending on where you live, where the closest and most convenient place is for you to get to, and if it is free or what it may cost.
If you are at school, see your school nurse for an STI check.
The following are some of the other options:
Youth One Stop Shops (YOSS)
Sexual Health Clinics
Other local Maori and Pacific health care providers
A Sexual Health or STI clinic specialises in sexual health and gives free tests and treatment for STIs. People may have to make an appointment or sometimes there's a drop-in clinic (which means you can just turn up). People can go to a sexual health clinic at whatever age and whether or not they have STI symptoms. If someone is under 16, the service is still confidential.
Update or add your health care provider or Sexual Health Clinics information
Please use the following form to either update or supply us with your relevant details for New Zealanders to find their local Sexually Transmitted Infection service or clinic.
Your information will be checked before updating this national online database.
The medical information in JUST THE FACTS is based on the STIEF and NZ Sexual Health Society Guidelines for the management of STIs. The New Zealand Ministry of Health supports the use of these clinical guidelines, developed by clinical experts and professional associations to guide clinical care in New Zealand.