Sexual Health Centre locations and hours

Victoria, Quadra Street clinic hours

#101-3960 Quadra Street

Monday9:00am – 4:00pm
Tuesday9:00am – 4:00pm
Wednesday9:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday9:00am – 4:00pm
Friday9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 4:00pm (*Closed on Saturdays as of June 1, 2022)

Camosun College clinic hours

Our Camosun location is closed for the year and will re-open in September 2022. Stay tuned for the re-opening date.

Camosun students are encouraged to access services through our Quadra Street location during the clinic closure.

COVID-19 safety practices

Testing Kit/Medication/Supply Pick Up

Please follow the instructions posted on the outside of our clinic when you arrive if you are picking up supplies.

STI Testing kit and medication pick up is accessible 9-4 pm Monday-Saturday

Birth/Bleed Control is only available to pick up Mon-Sat between 12-4 pm with the exception of the 1st Tuesday and 3rd Thursday of the month when pick up hours are 1-4pm. We are closed Sundays and Statutory Holidays.

Our satellite clinics (Camosun and Tsawout) are CLOSED and clients of these locations are asked to call our main clinic location at 250-592-3479 to access supplies/service.

How to find our Quadra clinic (Open Year Round)

Our office is located on the ground floor in The Quadra Centre building across the street from the White Spot near McKenzie.  Our centre is located on the far left side of the building on the ground floor. Free 2 hr client parking is available in front of the building.

There is also a large bike rack available for clients in front of the main entrance to the building.

Suggested buses to take:

QOM, QEM SLANI Tsawout First Nations Clinic

QOM, QEM SLANI Tsawout First Nations Clinic logo.
QOM,QEM SLANI means Strong Woman in Sencoten. The bear culturally represents strength and facing forward. The logo was created by Kristal Underwood who is a youth artist of the Tsawout First Nation.

SERVICES REDIRECTED to our Quadra St clinic DURING COVID RESPONSE Please call us 250-592-3479 to access services.

  • Tsawout Health Department at 7728 Tetayut Road
  • Open to anyone from the 4 Saanich First Nations’ communities

We offer a sexual health clinic at Tsawout the 1st Wednesday of the month between 5-8 pm on a drop-in basis with a nurse providing sexual health care and education. Check out the Tsawout facebook page for any changes to the schedule. All services are confidential and free. This clinic is generously supported through funding from the United Way of Greater Victoria.