Satellite Clinics

Kirketon Road Centre runs four satellite clinics to help people access services where they need them. Two of our clinics are especially for young people. 

Free, anonymous care

Our services are:

  • confidential
  • anonymous 
  • free
  • provided by experts: multidisciplinary doctors, nurses and counsellors 
  • available without a referral 
  • available without a Medicare card 

More information

For further information give us a call on 02 9360 2766.

NSW Users and AIDS Association (NUAA)

You can see a free Kirketon Road Centre nurse at the NUAA needle syringe program. The nurse can help out with

  • blood tests
  • sexual health checks
  • vaccinations
  • liver fibroscans (book ahead)
  • referrals for treatment for hepatitis C
  • any other health questions or concern you may have.


345 Crown St, Surry Hills.


NUAA Open: Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm

KRC Clinic at NUAA: Monday - Friday 12pm-3pm

How do I access the program?

Let the NUAA staff know if you are keen to see a nurse.

Youth Clinics

Each week, our youth friendly nurses provide a variety of free and confidential services at two inner-city locations.

  • Sexual health testing
  • Contraception information and support
  • HPV virus (Gardasil) vaccinations
  • Blood tests
  • Hepatitis A & B testing and vaccination
  • Hepatitis C testing and treatment
  • HIV testing and treatment
  • General health checks
  • Social welfare advice
  • Assessment and referral to drug treatment services

Where and When?

Oasis Youth Support Network

The Salvation Army
365 Crown Street Surry Hills NSW 2010

11.45am-1.30pm Monday

How do I access the program?

Let Oasis Youth Support Network service staff know if you are keen to see a nurse or health educator.