If you don't have a doctor and you'd like to start PrEP, getting an appointment is the first step. The clinics listed below all have experience with PrEP & HIV, and they're all located in Toronto, in or near Church-Wellesley Village.

Medical Clinics & Doctors for PrEP, PEP & HIV – Toronto

Here is a list of Medical Clinics in Toronto that specialize in PrEP, PEP and HIV.

Please note that not all clinics will be accepting new patients all the time. Call the clinics directly to find a doctor and setup your appointment. Most offer blood work on-site. This information is a public service - The Village Pharmacy is not associated with these clinics in any way.

If you get a prescription for PrEP, you can ask your doctor to fax or email it to The Village Pharmacy, and we'll have it ready for you. We have all brands of generic PrEP in stock, always. Or use our app, or bring it in at your convenience and we'll fill it while you wait. Get in touch with us if you need help getting started and to answer your questions.

Toronto Public Health PrEP Clinics

Church Wellesley Health Centre, 491 Church Street, Toronto. 416-463-1500

  • As of November 2017, the Church Wellesley Health Centre has added more doctors and they are all accepting new patients. 

St. Michael’s Health Centre at 410, 410 Sherbourne Street, Toronto. 416-867-3728

St. Michael’s Health Centre at 80 Bond Street (at the Hospital), Toronto. 416-867-3728

Maple Leaf Medical Clinic at 14 College Street. 416-926-9696

Dr. Andrew Bennett, BSc MD CCFP at 27 Roncesvalles Ave, Suite 303. 416-534-4230. Email:

Info for your Family Doctor 

If you already have a family doctor but are not sure if they know about PrEP, you can use the 'Thinking About PrEP' card to connect your doctor to an accredited medical education resource about PrEP.

Download the card.







On November 27th 2017, a Canadian Guideline on HIV PrEP and nPEP was published by the CMAJ. The guideline provides evidence-based information for primary care practitioners on prescribing PrEP and nPEP.  You can read more about the new guideline here. 

If your family doctor or healthcare practitioner is not familiar with PrEP you can refer them to the new Guideline on HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis and nonoccupational Post-exposure Prophylaxis. See links below:

Guideline on HIV PrEP and nPEP - CMAJ

Download PDF: Guideline on HIV PrEP and nPEP

CATIE Overview of Canadian Guideline on PrEP and nPEP to Prevent HIV