Sex Workers FAQ
Some helpful information for sex workers.
Can I get a sexual health certificate?
We see many sex workers for sexual health testing and management. Sexual health certificate of attendance are an essential element for those working in a licensed brothel and we regularly issue certificates for this reason.
In Queensland, a sexual health certificate must be provided every 3 months by a sex worker to their manager at a brothel by law.
Can I see a female Doctor?
I think I might have an STI, what do I do?
If you think you may have an STI, book an appointment with one of our Doctors. You can book by calling us on 07 3857 1222 or online via the Book Appointment button at the bottom of the page.
Can I take PrEP as a sex worker?
PrEP is used by many people to prevent the spread of HIV. To check if PrEP is right for you, book an appointment with one of our GP’s or Sexual Health Physicians.
You can book by calling us on 07 3857 1222 or online via the Book Appointment button at the bottom of the page.
Do sex workers need to use condoms?
Sex workers must use a prophylactic (condom) under the Prostitution Act in Queensland. Further sex workers are only eligible to work in licensed brothels if they are subject to three monthly sexual health examinations.