Specialty Clinic for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
305, Jumeirah Future, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
GPS Coordinates: N 25° 11.577’ E 55° 15.629’
(150 meters away from Exit 2 of Business Bay Metro Station on Red Line)
Ph: +971 4 3884 111 Toll Free: 800-STD (783) firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call us between 9 am and 6 pm on working days
HIV Testing: Convenient & Confidential HIV Early Detection Tests
Conventional tests & nucleic acid amplification tests
Sexual Health Checkup after risky exposure, even when no symptoms.
Assured privacy. Prior appointment is not necessary. Results by phone or SMS or email.
Most conventional test results on same day, for samples collected before 12 noon.
Nonjudgmental staff. Specialty clinic, never crowded.
* We do not treat HIV and do not provide post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) for HIV. HIV treatment is currently not available in private clinics in UAE. Hepatitis treatment involves hepatology referral.
Discreetly Helping Those in Distress
It is estimated that 450 million people worldwide are newly infected with STIs each year. Monash Institute of Medical Research, Australia March 2013
With the right treatment and care, the risk of HIV being passed on from a mother with HIV to her baby during pregnancy, birth or breastfeeding can be reduced to below 1%. HIV Weekly 24 Jul 2013
STDs are often asymptomatic — without any signs or symptoms. Even when symptoms are absent, the infection may be transmitted to the sex partners. STD screening identifies a potential infection. Mayo Clinic
STDs are hidden epidemics of enormous health consequence; hidden because many are reluctant to address sexual health issues in an open way. STD Surveillance Report 2010, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Many Sexually Transmitted Infections are asymptomatic. Diagnosis of STD is an important tool for eliminating the reservoir of infection within communities: World Health Organization
The global HIV epidemic continues to grow with over 2.5 million new infections each year. AIDS epidemic update UNAIDS/WHO 2010