Sexual Health Clinic
The Sexual Health Clinic provides screening, diagnosis, and treatment for most sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV testing. Counseling on HIV and STI prevention and risk reduction is also provided.
Sexual Health Hours
M|T|R|F : 8:30am to 5pm
Wednesdays: 9am to 5pm
333 East Campus Mall
After-Hours Nurse Advice Line
Call 608-265-5600 (select option 1)
STI testing at University Health Services is easy!
Why get tested? Because getting tested for STIs is an important part of taking care of yourself. Many STIs don't cause any symptoms, so getting tested is the only way to know.
The good news is that tests have gotten easier and quicker. Even better, many STIs are curable, and ALL are treatable. To help determine which tests to take, talk to your clinician or utilize tools such as Check Your Risk.
All you need to do is schedule an appointment, online or by phone (no walk-ins).
- Our services are available to UW-Madison students.
- Minors do not need parental consent for testing or treatment.
All services and clinic medical records are strictly confidential.
- There is no charge for UW-Madison students enrolled for the current semester.
- The cost of any medication prescribed is not included.
Services Not Provided
The Sexual Health Clinic does not provide contraceptive care, pregnancy screening, marital exams, routine gynecological care, or other primary care. Students may contact the Women’s Clinic for these types of appointments.
Please note: University Health Services discontinued providing services to non-students in our sexual health clinic effective January 1, 2014.
Patients are encouraged to see their regular health care provider for screening, diagnosis or treatment of sexually transmitted infections. Residents of Dane County, including the City of Madison, can also be seen in the STI clinic operated by Public Health Madison – Dane County. The clinic is located at 2705 East Washington Ave, Madison. Please visit their website for additional information.
Students currently enrolled at UW-Madison may continue to use the UHS Sexual Health Clinic for any STI concerns or testing.