Stay protected and empowered with PrEP Add this message under it. You can keep the rest of the wording on the page, just include this part first, we are committed to making HIV prevention accessible and hassle-free for everyone! Our PrEP program offers flexibility and is covered by most insurances. If you do not have insurance, we have programs available to cover costs.
Curious About PrEP?
PrEp (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is an FDA-approved medicine that is safe and very effective in preventing HIV. If taken as prescribed, PrEP can reduce the transmission of HIV BY 99%! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the city with the highest HIV rates in the US is Miami, Florida.
You may benefit from prep if one of the following applies to you:
- You don’t always use a condom.
- You are sexually active with one or more partners.
- You recently had an STI (sexually transmitted infection).
- You are a person who injects drugs.
- You’re unsure of your sexual partner(s) HIV/STD status.
Why Take PrEP?
Taking PrEP can have many benefits, including:
- Reduced risk of HIV transmission
- Increased peace of mind
- Greater control over your sexual health
- Improved quality of life
PrEP: Pill vs. Injection
PrEP can be taken either in pill form or through injections. The choice is yours, and we’re here to guide you through both options.
- Convenient daily pill.
- Easy to incorporate into your routine.
- No Needles!
- Long-lasting protection with fewer doses.
- Ideal for those seeking an alternative to daily pills.
How it Works:
Speak to one of our healthcare professionals about your healthcare needs. We will answer any questions you may have about PrEP and your sexual health.
Take a urine/blood sample at our clean and confidential clinic.
Our professional healthcare provider will discuss results with you.
We deliver your prescriptions right to your house! We also offer alternative methods such as picking up at our clinic.
Nearly 40% of New HIV infections are transmitted by people who don’t know they have the virus. If you think you may be at risk of getting HIV, talk to your healthcare provider about whether PrEP is right for you. For more information call us at 786-743-4803.
If you’re interested in scheduling a PrEP appointment, please fill out the form below. Our team will be in touch with you shortly to confirm your appointment.