Gay Men's Health Service STI Clinic

The GMHS is currently taking bookings for our PrEP service and both our asymptomatic screening service and symptomatic clinic. Appointments can be made by phoning us on 01 9212730. Deaf or hard of hearing clients can email us: gmhsclinic@hse.ie 

Please note the GMHS Clinic is now at the Meath Primary Care Centre, Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8. D08 HX97

GMHS services are open and free to gay and bisexual men, men who have sex with men and the trans community.

Staff at GMHS Clinics

Doctors provide medical services: screening, treatment, advice and support. Referrals are also arranged if necessary for further treatment or other medical investigations.

Nurses provide screenings, blood testing and vaccinations and further advice and support where necessary.

Triage: A staff member may speak with clients by phone in advance of their appointment to assess what services are needed.

A Health Advisor will offer information and support to those with an STI infection and encourage that their recent sexual partners be contacted to attend for screenings.

Counsellors are available via GMHS referral.

Access 

Gay Men's Health Service (GMHS), HSE, Meath Primary Care Centre, Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8. D08 HX97

Admin: 9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday. Phone: 01 9212730. Deaf or hard of hearing clients can email: gmhsclinic@hse.ie

The STI clinical services are for all gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people.

The service is free, friendly and confidential. Please note: this is a sexual health service only and we will refer clients on to other services for other health needs.

Spoken language interpretation services are available and must be booked one day in advance.

For Deaf service users, please email us in advance to book an ISL interpreter for your visit.