Our community health nurses staff the Sexual Health Clinic at 165-171 Hargreaves Street in Bendigo from 9am to 5pm weekdays and 3 Seymoure Street in Eaglehawk between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Wednesday.

The clinic is open to males and females of any age.

No referral is needed and there is no cost. 

Book an appointment at our Bendigo or Eaglehawk sexual health clinic:

Bendigo
Address: 165-171 Hargreaves Street, Bendigo
Hours: Female GP - Monday to Wednesday. 9am to 5pm / Sexual health nurses - Monday to Friday. 9am to 5pm.
Phone: 5448 1600.
Hours of operation: 8.45am to 5pm Monday to Thursday. 8.45am to 4.30pm Friday.

Eaglehawk
Address: 3 Seymoure Street, Eaglehawk
Phone: 5434 4300
Hours: Sexual health nurse. Monday to Wednesday. 9am to 5pm.

How can your Sexual Health Clinic help me?

Our Sexual Health Clinic team are dedicated to supporting people to make decisions that are right for you. Our Sexual Health Clinic is run from our Central Bendigo and Eaglehawk sites.The clinic offers testing and advice in all areas of sexual health. To book an appointment at our Sexual Health Clinic please call 5448 1600.

Who can attend the clinic?

Everyone is welcome to attend our Sexual Health Clinic. No referral is needed.

Is the clinic confidential?

Yes, our Sexual Health Clinic is confidential and all our services are covered by privacy laws.

What is the cost of attending the Sexual Health Clinic?

There is no charge for an appointment at our Sexual Health Clinic. Some procedures may have a minimal cost but please speak to our staff if this is a concern for you.

Can I see a female or male staff member for my appointment?

Yes, we have both male and female health professionals supporting the Sexual Health Clinic from our Women’s Health Clinic and Men’s Health Clinic.

I had unprotected sex and I’m worried I could have an STI?

Our Sexual Health Clinic tests for all blood borne viruses and sexually transmittable infections. We want you to be well and healthy so please don’t be shy. An STI test is simple and very effective. Watch this great video to see what happens from moment you walk through our Sexual Health Clinic door: http://bit.ly/STI-Mulating

Can I get contraceptive advice?

Our Sexual Health Clinic staff can talk to you about different forms of contraception available, how each works and which one is best for you. We can provide emergency contraception.

Do you provide free condoms?

Yes, free condoms are available in the reception areas of our sites at 165-171 Hargreaves Street in Bendigo, 19 Helm Street in Kangaroo Flat and 3 Seymoure Street in Eaglehawk.

What if I’m pregnant?

The Sexual Health Clinic can provide testing, support and advice for both planned and unplanned pregnancies. Giving you all the facts needed to make an informed choice about your health and wellbeing is important to us.

Does the clinic support the LGBTIQ+ community?

Inclusion is important to our Sexual Health Clinic. We work hard to make sure our clinic is inclusive and safe for everyone.

Our clinic provides access to anti-HIV medication PrEP.

My period cycle is irregular. Is this normal for women?

Periods should never interfere with or control your life. Please come in and talk to one of our Sexual Health Clinic staff if you have any questions or concerns about your period cycle.

Can I get free sanitary products?

We have a Share The Dignithy #PinkBox machine at our Central site at 165-171 Hargreaves Street dispensing free pad and tampon packs. Sanitary products are available free at our Kangaroo Flat and Eaglehawk sites when we have donated supplies too.

General health checks

For general health checks and information you can attend our men’s or women’s health clinic or see one of our GPs at the Bendigo, Eaglehawk or Kangaroo Flat sites.

Men's Health Clinic

Our Men’s Health Clinic helps men to better understand and manage their own health needs. Some of the services provided are annual check-ups, health assessments, information and support. 

The Men’s Health Clinic operates on Tuesdays from 1pm to 7.30pm at our Eaglehawk site, 3 Seymoure Street. The clinic is staffed by a men’s health nurse practitioner. The Men’s Health Clinic is bulk billed and bookings are essential. It also operates from the Charleston Road TAFE campus each Wednesday morning and our Bendigo central site each Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm. Book an appointment on 5434 4300.

Find out more about our Men's Health Clinic: https://www.bchs.com.au/mens-health

Meningococcal C and hepatitis vaccines

Besides all the sexual and general health services offered through the sexual health clinic, we can provide the free meningococcal C and hepatitis vaccines. Please call us on (03) 5448 1600 for more information on these.

Women's Health Clinic

Our Women’s Health Clinic runs from our Bendigo and Eaglehawk sites. The clinic provides information on a range of women’s health issues including sexual and contraceptive health and menopause. 

The clinic operates Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and provides clinical services such as pregnancy testingpap screening, breast checks and insertion of IUDs. Our services are provided by female general practitioners and nurses. The clinic is open to all ages. There may be a minimal cost. Phone 5448 1600 (Bendigo) or 5434 4300 (Eaglehawk) to book an appointment.

Find out more about our Women's Health Clinic: https://www.bchs.com.au/womens-health

Bulk-Billed GP medical clinics

We offer a full medical practice for all your GP needs at our Bendigo, Eaglehawk and Kangaroo Flat sites. Whether it’s related to alcohol or other drugs or just general medical issues, we have GPs on staff that can help. Phone 5434 4300 (Eaglehawk), 5448 1600 (Bendigo) or 5430 0500 (Kangaroo Flat) to book an appointment.