Testing Locations

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs or STDs) are more common than you might think.

Many STIs don’t have symptoms and are easily overlooked, but can cause serious health problems if left untreated. If you get tested, and your results come back positive (meaning you have an STI), your health care provider can tell you what kind of treatment you need.

Remember: all sexually transmitted diseases are treatable, and many are curable. If you are concerned you might have an STI, consider getting tested to find out for sure. The sooner you know, the better it is for your health.

Where to get tested

There are many options to get tested for STIs. You can:

  • Visit the SmartSex Resource Clinic Locator to find a specialized clinic near you.
  • Get tested through your regular health care provider or at a walk-in clinic.
  • Call 811 to speak with someone to help you find the best place to get tested and to learn more about STIs.

Sexual health services at your local public health unit

Some of our public health units offer sexual health services and provide free and confidential testing, counselling, and education about sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS.

  • STI testing and treatment
  • HIV and AIDS testing
  • Referral for HIV/AIDS testing
  • Point of Care HIV/AIDS testing
  • Free condoms

Available at the following public health unit locations:

City Address Phone and Fax Hours of Operation
Abbotsford #104-34194 Marshall Road
Abbotsford, BC V2S 5E4

Phone 604.864.3400
Fax 604.864.3410

Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm
Chilliwack

45470 Menholm Road
Chilliwack, BC V2P 1M2

Phone 604.702.4900
Fax 604.702.4901
Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm
Mission 7298 Hurd Street
Mission, BC V2V 3H5
Phone 604.814.5500
Fax 604.814.5517
Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm

New Westminster

#218-610 Sixth Street
New Westminster, BC V3L 3C2


604.777.6740
Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm

Surrey – North
#220-10362 King George Boulevard
Surrey, BC V3T 2W5
Phone 604.587.7900
Fax 604.582.4811
Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm

Youth Clinics

Youth Clinics provide services to males and females under 22 years of age. They provide STI clinic services as well as clinical services for contraception, pregnancy testing, and cervical cancer prevention.

  • STI testing and treatment
  • HIV/AIDS testing
  • Referral for HIV/AIDS testing
  • Point of Care HIV/AIDS testing
  • Birth control (call for criteria)
  • Emergency contraception
  • Pregnancy counseling
  • Pregnancy testing
  • PAP testing
  • Free condoms

Available at the following locations:

Location Address City Phone
Abbotsford Youth Health Centre #103-1945 McCallum Road Abbotsford 604.746.3392
Agassiz Community Health Centre 7040 Cheam Avenue Agassiz 604.703.2030
Burnaby Youth Clinic 4734 Imperial Street Burnaby 604.293.1764
Hope Public Health Unit 444 Park Street Hope 604.860.7630
Langley Youth Wellness Centre
20389 Fraser Highway Langley 604.539.2900
New Westminster Youth Clinic 38 Begbie Street New Westminster 604.329.1875
Newport Public Health Unit #200-205 Newport Drive Port Moody 604.614.7688
Surrey Youth Clinic at the Shirley Dean Pavilion

9634 King George Blvd

Surrey 604.585.5999
Vine Youth Clinic

15455 Vine Avenue

White Rock

604-542-3926

HIM Health Centres

We also recognize that gay and bisexual men face unique sexual health issues - that's why we've collaborated with Health Initiative for Men (HIM) to bring specialized health promotion and clinical services to gay and bisexual men in the Fraser region. Call to confirm hours or visit the HIM website

Location Address City Phone
HIM in New West Health Centre 40 Begbie Street New Westminster 604.230.9915
HIM in Surrey Health Centre 220 – 10362 King George Boulevard Surrey 778.872.3014
HIM in Abbotsford Health Centre 104 – 34194 Marshall Road Abbotsford 604.488.1001 or 778.988.1946

Positive Health Services

The Positive Health Clinic offers services to people infected with HIV who live or work in Fraser Health and the surrounding communities. The team works with the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS to treat HIV disease and improve quality of life. Services include HIV/AIDS assessment, treatment, education and support; sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment; and women's health services (PAP smears). Also serves as a referral source to other health services and community agencies. We offer understanding, respect, and confidentiality to clients, families and friends.

Location City Address Phone and Fax Hours of Operation 
Positive Health Services Surrey Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre
9750 140 Street
Phone: 604.582.4581
Fax: 604.582.3783
Monday to Friday 
8:30am-4:30pm

Evenings until 7pm the first Thursday of every month


Fraser Health STOP Team

Our STOP (Seek and Treat for Optimal Prevention) team is a group of highly skilled nurses, specially trained in STIs.

Have a sexual health question?

Email a Fraser Health nurse privately at stopteam@fraserhealth.ca and a nurse will get back to you as soon as possible.

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