Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is a treatment that can reduce the risk of HIV infection after contact with the virus. If you feel that you may have been in contact with HIV within the last 72 hours then PEP may be appropriate for you.
We provide PEP to people who may have been exposed to the HIV virus through sexual contact. If you think you are at risk for another reason, such as a needle-stick injury at work, please visit your Occupational Health Team or your local A&E department.
Here is a useful PEP Quiz to help you decide if PEP might be a good idea for you.
If you think you may need PEP following sexual exposure, you can attend any of our clinics shown on this map. But remember during Covid you will need to phone us first on 0300 008 5522