SHV Box Hill clinic
SHV Melbourne clinic
Appointments are by booking only. Walk-in appts will be considered depending on the availability of clinical staff.
Fill in an online patient registration form - SHV Box Hill Clinic
Fill in an online patient registration form - SHV Melbourne Clinic
You can book online for these types of consultations:
- Oral contraception prescription (the Pill)
- STI testing
- HIV & hepatitis testing and referral
- Reproductive and sexual health vaccinations
- Contraceptive options
- Cervical screening (if you're over 25)
- Pregnancy testing and advice
- Common gynaecological and vulva conditions
- Menopausal conditions and referral
- Implanon insertion, removal and changeover.
If there isn’t an online appointment available, please call for an appointment.
- You can only book appointments for yourself, not for other people.
Our clinics provide advanced training for doctors and nurses
At your appointment, you may be seen by a qualified health professional completing advanced training with us.
An SHV staff doctor or nurse will always be present to provide supervision.
Please call our friendly reception staff if you need help to understand what this means for you.
Changes to HPV vaccine dose
New evidence shows that only one dose of the Gardasil®9 vaccine is needed to give protection against the strains of HPV most likely to cause cervical cancer and genital warts.
From February 2023, young people aged 12 to 13 years will only require a single dose of the vaccine. Any person who was aged 25 years or younger at the time they had a single dose of any Gardasil vaccine is now considered immune and no more doses are needed.
Vaccination is now free for all people in Victoria aged up to 25 years who have never had any type of Gardasil vaccine. This includes those without a Medicare card. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines are a safe and reliable way to protect young people from a range of HPV-related cancers and diseases.
You can discuss your vaccine options with your doctor or nurse.