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The AIDS Network offers a variety of clinical services out of our office space at 140 King St E suite 101 (lower level).

 

Sexual Health / HIV

Testing at TAN 

The last Wednesday of every month from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. In partnership with Hamilton Public Health Services.

Services include:

  • Rapid, anonymous HIV testing
  • Confidential STI screening

 

The Men4Men Clinic

Sexual health clinic for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. The second Tuesday of every month from 5:00pm – 8:00pm.

Services include:

  • Rapid, anonymous HIV testing
  • Confidential STI screening
  • vaccinations
  • PrEP referrals
  • free safer sex and harm reduction supplies

Harm Reduction Clinic – Dr. O’Shea

Tuesdays, 1-4pm (No appointment needed, however times may vary. We advise patients to call our office ahead of time at 905-528-0854 to confirm Dr. O’Shea’s availability)

Dr O’Shea is an infectious diseases and general internal medicine physician focusing on providing service to individuals who have difficulty accessing medical treatment.  Dr O’Shea works directly with the Hamilton Social Medicine Response Team (http://www.hamsmart.ca/) who specializes in serving individuals with chronic or infectious diseases who are affected by poverty, homelessness, and substance use.  

 

Shelter Health Network Clinic

The Shelter Health Network has a weekly clinic at The AIDS Network on Wednesdays. To confirm clinic times, visit the Shelter Health Network Website

Who is the Shelter Health Network?

The Shelter Health Network aims to serve people living in Hamilton who have no family doctor, are homeless or precariously housed, and have complex health and social needs.

 

What are the goals of the Shelter Health Network?

  • Improve health, social stability and quality of life.
  • Decrease emergency department visits.
  • Provide inter-professional health education learning environment for health and social service professionals.
  • Strengthen ‘bridges’ between acute health care, primary health care, social housing programs and social service agencies.
  • Always be open to new patients in need of our services by linking more stable clients with community family physicians.

 

The Shelter Health Network has a weekly clinic at The AIDS Network on Wednesdays with Dr. Guenter or Dr. Lennox.