Health Initiative for Men opens new clinic in Surrey

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      Health Initiative for Men has continued to make STI–testing more accessible for men (who have sex with men) in Metro Vancouver.

      After opening health clinics on Commercial Drive and in New Westminster (in addition to their Davie Street clinic), HIM has opened a fourth clinic in Surrey.

      The clinic, a partnership with Fraser Health, is located in the Surrey Health Centre (220–10362 King George Highway, Surrey) which is a few blocks away from the Surrey Central Skytrain station. It's open on Wednesdays (4:30 to 9 p.m.) and Fridays (3 to 8 p.m.).

      Weekly yoga classes will also be offered at the clinic on Wednesdays (7 to 8:30 p.m.).

      STI– and HIV–testing can be done at other facilities. However, HIM's clinics cater specifically to the needs of men who have sex with men and can provide sexual-health information about same-sex sexual activity.

      Here's Mr. Gay Canada 2014 Christepher Wee introducing the clinic:

      For more details about HIM's health centres, visit the HIM website