Sexual Health

We offer a wide range of multidisciplinary services to treat, screen and educate people about sexually transmitted infections. A general practitioner (GP) referral is not needed to attend the clinic.

The clinic operates on an appointment system and patients with urgent symptoms will be seen as a priority. A walk-in clinic is available on Monday morning for people with symptoms.

The Wednesday afternoon clinic is for people aged under 26 and is a walk-in service with no appointment necessary. People with urgent symptoms will take priority.

Services include:

  • testing and management of sexually transmissible infections (STIs)
  • pap smear screening form women having an STI screen
  • testing for blood-borne viruses
  • clinical psychology and psychotherapy
  • contact tracing
  • counselling
  • telephone information
  • safe sex advice
  • community education.

Please note, sexual dysfunction services are not offered.

The service also runs free outreach clinics for young people aged 13-25 through the Headspace Fremantle and Rockingham branches. To make an appointment, call the clinics direct. No referrals are needed.

Services include:

  • testing and management of STIs
  • pap smear screening for women having a STI screen
  • testing for blood-borne viruses
  • contact tracing
  • counselling
  • safe sex advice
  • community education.

Information for health professionals

Information for GPs

General Enquiries/Medical: +61 8 9431 2149
Fax: +61 8 9431 2035


Please contact the clinic to discuss urgent cases. Urgent appointment requests can be faxed direct. Other requests for outpatient clinic appointments should be submitted through the Central Referral Service

Central Referral Service
Fax: 1300 365 056
Central Referral Service
PO Box 3462
Midland WA 6056
Or via Secure Message (mMex) to:

Postal Address: Sexual Health Service, A block, Fremantle Hospital, PO Box 480, Fremantle 6959

Latest research

We are currently recruiting for a surveillance of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) study for men to monitor the impact of the HPV vaccine in Australia.

Education/training opportunities

We are strongly committed to facilitating the provision of opportunities for continuing education and professional development to medical and nursing staff. Please contact us to discuss specific training needs. Opportunities also exist for student placements.

The Staff Development Service provides a range of continuing education programs to support the learning needs of staff.

Employment opportunities

See current job vacancies (external site).

Contact Us

South Terrace Clinic (formerly B2 clinic)

Phone: 9431 2149
Address: A Block, South Terrace side of hospital, Fremantle Hospital

9am – 4pm, Monday to Friday
Walk in (all ages)
9am – 11:30am, Monday
Walk in (under 26)
1:30pm – 5pm, Wednesday
Walk in (sex worker screening clinic – no symptoms)
1:30pm – 4pm, Thursday
Other times
Please call (08) 9431 2149 to make an appointment

Free services / Medicare card is not required/ travellers welcome in all of our clinics

Rockingham Sexual Health clinic (under 26 years)

Headspace Rockingham, Unit 3, 18 Goddard Street, Rockingham
Phone: 6595 8888

2pm – 5pm, Tuesday

Free sexual health testing, no medicare card required, walk ins welcome

Armadale Sexual Health clinic (under 26 years)

Headspace Armadale, 40 Fourth Road, Armadale
Phone: 9393 0300

2pm – 4pm, Thursday

Free sexual health testing, no medicare card required

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