Specialty Clinic for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Discreetly Helping Those in Distress
305, Emgate Building, Sheikh Zayed Road south, Dubai
Same Building as ‘Deals on Wheels’  Car Showroom
(Dubai to Jebel Ali Direction), Between Interchange 1 & 2, Exit 49 on Sheik Zayed Road (Immediately after Al Safa Salik Gate)
  Nearby Landmarks: Bank of Baroda, Villa Rotana Hotel, Safestway Supermarket.

GPS Coordinates: N 25° 11.577’   E 55° 15.629’

(150 meters away from Exit 2 of Business Bay Metro Station on Red Line)

Phone: +971 4 3884 111        Toll Free: 800-STD (783)   Mobile: +971 50 3821800  
   Please call us between 9 am and 6 pm  on working days

HIV Testing: Convenient & Confidential            HIV Early Detection Tests

HIV tests: ELISA Fourth generation   RNA PCR     Proviral DNA PCR

 STD Tests & Treatment*    (Herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Hepatitis, Genital Wart)   

Same day result  (for samples collected before 12 noon; excluding culture and PCR tests) 

Premarital / Annual Sexual Health 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.

 Nonjudgmental staff.      Specialty clinic, never crowded.   
Precision is our passion

    * We do not treat HIV. HIV treatment is currently not available in private clinics in UAE.  Hepatitis treatment involves hepatology referral.

  Working Hours         Location Map

For-Profit Private Clinic     All Services Chargeable    No Telephone Consultation    Test Menu starts at AED 500

Tubal factor infertility accounts for 14% of all infertility and is usually the result of infection with Chlamydia trachomatis. European Society of Human Reproduction: 16 June 2015

Human papillomavirus (HPV), causative agent of cervical cancers, is transmitted through skin-to-skin genital contact with a partner of any sex. All sexually active women — regardless of sexual orientation — should consider HPV vaccination. Agenor M et al.  Ann Intern Med; 2015 May 12; [e-pub]

It is estimated that 450 million people worldwide are newly infected with STIs each year. Monash Institute of Medical Research, Australia March 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