Positive Care Clinic

The Positive Care Clinic is designed to be a "one stop shop" for our clients seeking HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C care. We work closely with people to give them the information and care they need to manage their health. 

The clinic is staffed by an interdisciplinary team that includes Infectious Diseases Specialists, Registered Nurses, Social Worker, Dietitian Pharmacist and Administrative Support.

The Positive Care Clinic provides individual assessment and follow-up care, nutrition and medication counselling, onsite laboratory work (blood work), a retail pharmacy and education opportunities. Services are fully funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health (OHIP).


Contact us to discuss if PrEP (HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) is right for you.


People can refer themselves to the program by calling 905-668-6831 ext. 53127. We also accept referrals from family doctors or other healthcare professionals, community agencies and friends and family members. 

Referral Form

Fax number: 905-665-2409


Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


The Positive Care Clinic is offered at our Whitby site and through our Peterborough satellite location.

300 Gordon Street, Whitby, ON L1N 5T2

At Lakeridge Health Whitby, enter through the north visitors' entrance and continue past the security desk and follow the signs to the Positive Care Clinic.

The Peterborough satellite location is located at 159 King St. Suite 305, Peterborough.


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