If you think there is a risk you have been infected with HIV, you should get tested.

You can get tested at the Sexual Health Clinic, by your family doctor, at the hospital, or at the Primary Care Network Street Clinic.

If you get infected with HIV, your body will make antibodies to fight it. The HIV test (a simple blood test) looks for these antibodies. It can take 8 to 14 weeks after you get infected for your body to produce enough antibodies to show up in the blood test.

If you have questions, please call us at 403.346.8858 and ask for am outreach worker.