Short Street Centre

Welcome to the Short Street Centre

We are a specialist service providing management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV and are located on the grounds of St George Hospital.

Clinic Hours

  Clinic Hours  Last Appointment
Monday  9am - 4.45pm 4pm
Tuesday  12pm-7.30pm 7pm
Wednesday  9am - 4.45pm 12pm
Thursday  9am - 4.45pm 12pm
Friday  9am - 4.45pm 12pm
Saturday Closed  
Sunday Closed  
Public Holidays Closed  

Who we see

Our priority populations include:

  • People living with HIV/AIDS
  • Gay and other men who have sex with men
  • Trans and gender diverse people
  • Sex workers
  • People who inject drugs
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • People with STI-related symptoms
  • People who had sexual contact with someone with HIV or STI

If you are not included in any of the above groups, you may be referred to a General Practitioner (GP) or another service.

Geographical service area

Our service covers the St George and Sutherland Shire council areas. If you live outside of these areas, please contact your nearest sexual health service:


We offer a variety of sexual health, HIV testing, treatment and management. Our multidisciplinary team includes Medical Specialists, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Social Worker and Reception, specialising in sexual health and HIV.


Please bring your Medicare Card to your appointment and provide this to our reception team. If you do not have a Medicare Card, please let the Nurse or our reception team know.

GP referrals:

If you are being referred by your GP, please bring your letter to your appointment and ask your GP to fax or email your letter to us prior to your appointment.

Checking in for your appointment:

Before arriving at the Short Street Clinic, you must check in at the Hospital entrance. Staff will check your temperature and provide you with a check in sticker. After you have checked in, please make your way to the clinic and show your digital check in and evidence of your COVID vaccinations to our reception team.

Zero tolerance:

Our service has adopted the NSW Health ZERO tolerance policy. Any client found to be aggressive, threatening, abusive or intimidating towards any staff, other clients or visitors, will be asked to leave the service. If you do not leave the service when directed by staff, we will activate our duress alarms to the Hospital Security and NSW Police.