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Diagnosis, testing and treatment of STI’s
- Testing for STIs
- Diagnosing STIs
- Treating STIs
- Reporting STIs
- Dealing with specific populations
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Order STI medication
Follow these steps to order free STI medication for your practice:
- Print and complete a STI Medication Order Form (PDF, 247 KB).
- Complete the form in full.
- Fax the completed form to Public Health Services at 905-546-2203.
The Mandatory Blood Testing Act ensures that specific health care providers, victims of crime, persons providing emergency services, first aid or correctional services get faster access to information that can help them decide treatment or preventive measures should they be exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and C.
Mandatory Blood Testing Forms must be filled out by a physician, as well as the exposed person. Call Public Health at 905-546-2489 to let us know you are sending a form, due to time sensitivity. Fax completed Mandatory Blood Testing Forms to 905-546-4078.
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