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Sexual Health Clinic

STD Testing, Treatment, and Wellness Care

Health Hub Springfield :  Offering Sexual Health Clinic 

Get immediate testing and treatment at our Sexual Health Clinic

Health Hub Springfield – offering Sexual Health Clinic Services 

Same Day appointments

Same day appointments available for Sexual Health Clinic patients

  • 8 am to 9pm 
  • Monday to Friday 
  • 30 min appointments
  • We  are experts in primacy care emergency 
  • Fracture Management 
  • IV therapy 

We manage all types of Sexually transmitted disease at Sexual Health clinic 


  • Injections 
  • Prescriptions 
  • Follow up 

We manage all types of Sexual health problems 

  • Erectile dysfunction  
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Lack of desire
  • Female sexual issues – Painful intercourse  

Get tested and treated today at Sexual Health Clinic

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Meet the Team


Dr Sunny Modi
MBBS, FRACGP, Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor, ACCD (SCCA), ACCSMS (SCCA)

Profile Dr Sunny Modi is a specialist GP in Skin Cancer medicine. He initially started working in various hospitals in Queensland, mainly working in General Surgery, prior to gaining his...

Dr Vijay Akkineni
Dr Vijay Akkineni is a passionate General Practitioner who is very passionate about emergency and acute medical care but also developed an interest in family medicine during his time in...
Dr Dushyant Singh
Dr Dushyant Singh
General Practitioner
The founder of Urgent Care Brisbane and now Health Hub Springfield, Dr Dushyant Singh is a passionate General Practitioner who has applied his skills and knowledge of medicine around Australia...
Dr Shaun Kennedy
General Practitioner
At Health Hub Springfield, we are proud to introduce Dr Shaun Kennedy, our seasoned General Practitioner....
Dr Renee Veinotte
Dr Renee Veinotte
General Practitioner

Dr. Renee Veinotte’s profile, as a General Practitioner with qualifications in MBBS and FRACGP, emphasizes her expertise in several key areas. She has significant experience in preventive health checks, focusing...

Janice Hay
Clinical Nurse Consultant
As Clinical Nurse Consultant at Health Hub Springfield, Janice Hay brings over 36 years of acute clinical and managerial skills and experience as a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife and Nurse...

Sexual Health Clinic : FAQs

Introduction to STI Checks
What is STI testing?

STI testing is a process that checks for the presence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in a person’s body. It usually involves collecting a sample of urine, blood, or tissue from the genital area. The sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.

STI testing is important because many infections have no visible symptoms, so testing is the only way to know if you have an STI. Early detection and prompt treatment can prevent the spread of STIs and other complications. Testing also promotes responsible sexual behavior and healthy decision-making.

The procedures involved in STI testing depend on the type of test being performed and the sample being collected. For example, urine tests are commonly used for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, while Blood tests can detect HIV.  The results of these tests provide important information about your sexual health and can guide treatment decisions.

Introduction to STI Check

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a significant public health concern globally. Regular STI checks are crucial for maintaining sexual health, preventing the spread of infections, and ensuring early treatment. Understanding the importance, procedures, and types of STI tests can empower individuals to make informed decisions about their sexual health.

Understanding STI Check

An STI check involves a series of tests designed to detect sexually transmitted infections in asymptomatic individuals or those who suspect exposure. These checks aim to identify infections early, allowing for timely treatment and reducing transmission risks. Common tests include blood tests, urine tests, and swab tests, each targeting specific infections.

Who Should Get an STI Check?

STI checks are recommended for anyone who is sexually active, particularly those with new or multiple sexual partners, individuals with a history of STIs, and those belonging to high-risk populations such as men who have sex with men (MSM), sex workers, and individuals with known exposure to STIs.

Types of STI Tests

Different types of tests are used to detect various STIs:

  • Blood Tests: Used for HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B.
  • Urine Tests: Commonly used for chlamydia and gonorrhoea.
  • Swab Tests: Include vaginal, rectal, and pharyngeal swabs to detect infections in specific areas.

Blood Tests for STI

Blood tests are essential for detecting infections that may not show symptoms immediately:

  • HIV Test: Detects antibodies and antigens; crucial for early detection.
  • Syphilis Test: Serology to identify the presence of syphilis antibodies.
  • Hepatitis B Test: Includes tests for surface antigen, core antibody, and surface antibody.

Urine Tests for STI

Urine tests are non-invasive and effective for detecting certain bacterial STIs:

  • Chlamydia: First pass urine (FPU) sample tested using NAAT.
  • Gonorrhoea: Urine sample tested similarly to chlamydia for accurate detection.

Swab Tests for STI

Swab tests are used to collect samples from specific body sites:

  • Vaginal Swab: More sensitive than urine tests for women.
  • Rectal Swab: Important for detecting infections in MSM and others at risk.
  • Pharyngeal Swab: Collects samples from the throat to detect oral STIs.


STI testing empowers informed health decisions by providing accurate information about a person’s sexual health. The results of STI testing can inform decisions about contraceptive methods, sexual behavior, and treatment options. Regular testing also promotes responsible sexual behavior and helps prevent the spread of STIs.

Who can get tested for STIs at this clinic?

Our clinic offers STI testing to all individuals, regardless of gender, age, or sexual preference. We are committed to providing accessible and confidential sexual health services for everyone in our community.

At our clinic, we provide expert care and treatment for a variety of sexual dysfunctions in both men and women. Our comprehensive services include:

 For Men:
1. Erectile Dysfunction (ED):
– Symptoms: Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection suitable for sexual activity.

2. Premature Ejaculation (PE):
– Symptoms: Ejaculation that occurs sooner than desired, either before or shortly after penetration.

3. Delayed Ejaculation:
– Symptoms: Difficulty or inability to ejaculate despite adequate sexual stimulation.

4. Low Libido:
– Symptoms:Reduced interest in sexual activity.

For Women:
1. Female Sexual Arousal Disorder:
– Symptoms: Inability to attain or maintain adequate lubrication-swelling response during sexual activity.

2. Female Orgasmic Disorder:
– Symptoms: Delay in, infrequency of, or absence of orgasm after sufficient sexual arousal.

3. Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder (Vaginismus):
– Symptoms: Pain associated with intercourse or penetration attempts, including fear or anxiety about pain.

4. Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD):
– Symptoms: Persistent or recurrent deficiency in sexual fantasies and desire for sexual activity.

General Treatment Approaches:
– Psychological Counseling: Addressing emotional and psychological factors contributing to sexual dysfunction.
– Medical Evaluation: Identifying and managing any underlying medical conditions.
– Lifestyle Modifications: Promoting healthy habits that can improve sexual function, such as exercise, diet, and stress management.

Our clinic is dedicated to providing personalized and confidential care to address all aspects of sexual dysfunction. If you have any concerns or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us for expert assistance.

Yes, we welcome walk-ins for STI testing and other services. We strive to provide timely and convenient care for all our patients.

Our clinic is equipped to handle urgent care needs. We prioritize the needs of patients who require immediate care, such as those with acute injuries or severe symptoms.

Management of Positive STI Results

If a test result is positive, the following steps are recommended:

  • Treatment Options: Antibiotics for bacterial infections, antiviral medications for viral infections.
  • Partner Notification: Informing sexual partners for their testing and treatment.
  • Follow-Up Testing: Ensuring the infection is cleared and preventing re-infection.
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