Corner of Jervis Street & Parnell Street, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 1

STI Clinic in Dublin City Centre

€130 includes a doctor’s consultation and STI testing for:

  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphillis
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Chlamydia
  • HIV

Call us on (01) 873 59 59

Sexual Transmitted Infections (STI)

Some Facts About STIs (STDs)

  • Any sexually active person may be exposed to STI.
  • STIs are common. Many infections remain dormant. People with STI may look and feel healthy.
  • STIs could be passed through blood, blood transfusion, body piercing, sharing needles, tattoing, sex, bodily fluid such as semen.
  • STI tests are simple and include testing for HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea.
  • Most treatments are simple and painless.


Human Immunodeficiency Virus.

People with HIV may have no symptoms.

Spread through blood, blood transfusion, body piercing, sharing needles, tattooing, sex, bodily fluid such as semen.


Attacks the liver and is extremely infectious.

Contracted through blood, blood transfusion, body piercing, sharing needles, tattooing, sex, bodily fluid such as semen.


Known as a silent infection. 80% of women have no symptoms. If not treated could cause testicular infection, infertility, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, pelvic infection etc. In women could cause vaginal discharge, abdominal pain, bleeding between period or after sexual intercourse and pain passing urine. In men may cause penile discharge and pain passing urine.


Female: 80% of women are symptom free, however could cause painful urination and vaginal discharge.

Male: Over 90% could have symptoms such as penile discharge and painful urination easily treated with antibiotics.


Men: Often have no symptoms.

Female: Frothy vaginal discharge, itch, painful urination. Treated with antibiotics.


  • Stage 1 – Sores in genital area
  • Stage 2 – Possible rash and flu like symptoms
  • Stage 3 – If left untreated could cause damage to the heart, brain and vital organs.


Painless lumps around the genital area, could be treated using freezing or special liquids or cream. Certain types of genital warts are associated with cervical cancer so regular cervical smear is recommended.

HERPES (Herpes simplex virus - similar to common cold sore)

Painful blisters or ulcers in the genital area, may cause painful urination and flu symptoms. No specific cure however antiviral tablets promote healing.
For more information or to book an appointment, contact us today on (01) 873 59 59.
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Walk-in STI Clinic in Dublin City Centre

Male STI testing involves:

  • Blood Test
  • Urethral sample from penis
  • +/- Urine sample

Female STI testing involves:

  • Blood test
  • Vaginal / cervical sample
  • +/- Urine sample
STD Testing Charge
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* This includes consultation
To make an appointment, contact us on (01) 873 59 59.
This includes testing for HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Syphillis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea. €130 * Mon – Thur between 8.00am – 6pm.
Friday between 8.30am – 1pm.

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Hear what our patients are saying...

"Handy place if you need a GP and you're in the city centre. I had a nasty burn and I was able to call in here and get seen on a work day evening. I rang at lunch time and made an appointment. Doctor was very nice and thorough. I could really trust her. Would definitely go here again."

Eoghan F.


"Been going there years and find the service there excellent. Doctors are thorough and professional. Would highly recommend."

Caitríona N.


“I have attended Jervis Medical Centre for over 15 yrs. I have found Dr. Haka and his team’s approach to patient care to be courteous, quite knowledgeable, professional and reassuring. Getting an appointment to be seen isn’t a hassle and are readily available. Follow up care and referral to relevant services are efficiently executed. I would definitely recommend attending this medical centre for your GP needs.”

Renita L.


"I’ve been with Jervis Medical Centre since 2009. It is indeed a great clinic with a very accomodating and polite staff. Dr. Hakhamanesh Nikookam is exceptionally thorough and professional. He certainly makes everything easy for me. He’s truly helpful. Highly recommended."

Ryan N.


"Great place, go and see for yourself! This is not a Spa or a Restaurant. You get in, get the support you need, get out. Doctors are patient, competent and always nice! Going there since 2007 (vaccines, GP services, etc...) - never a bad experience."

Claudine R.


"Highly recommended. I’ve been attending this medical centre for over ten years and would not attend anywhere else. Reception and Medical staff are friendly/approachable and extremely thorough. 5 stars well deserved!"

S. Flood

To make an appointment, contact us today on   (01) 873 59 59

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Corner of Jervis Street & Parnell Street. Opposite Cineworld Cinema.

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