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This website allows you to book appointments for free HIV and related sexual health services at the Ivan Toms Centre for Health. Not sure where to start? Begin by taking the simple and private assessment to see services recommended for you and your needs. After booking, remember to save your appointment information. If you need to change your appointment, contact our team on our private call4care line and they will assist you.
At the Ivan Toms Centre for Health you can access the following free and MSM-friendly services, which can be booked through this website:
The Ivan Toms Centre is an established partner of the Western Cape Department of Health, so your privacy and confidentiality are protected by our trained and experienced clinic staff.
The information you share while using this site will be used to help you get access to our health care services. Learn more about how this data is protected and used below:
The Ivan Toms Centre for Health was the first clinic for men who have sex with men (MSM) in South Africa. Launched in 2008, the clinic is also the birthplace of Health4men, a national programme providing comprehensive, free, and sensitive health care for all MSM. At the Ivan Toms Centre for Health you can access completely free services to keep your health and well-being strong. If you have any questions or need advice, we are here to help - you can always reach our team directly on our whatsapp Call4care line
This site is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The development of this site was supported through a PEPFAR and USAID-funded project called EpiC and implemented by FHI 360, which has offices in Pretoria.
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