Dr. Tan and Partners is one of the few approved Anonymous HIV Testing Centres in Singapore. A detailed write up on our service is available here.

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Anonymous HIV Testing at Our Clinic.

In 2008, we were given the mandate by the Ministry of Health to conduct anonymous HIV testing.

Registration form for Anonymous HIV Testing. No personal details required.

Registration form for Anonymous HIV Testing. No personal details required.

Not all clinics are allowed to conduct anonymous HIV tests. This is because according to the Infectious Diseases Act, all medical personnel are required to inform MOH of the details of any person they know or suspect of being infected with HIV. Our clinic signed a gazette that is filed with the Supreme Court of Singapore to excuse us from this section of the Infectious Diseases Act. We are therefore mandated under Singapore Law to be allowed to conduct Anonymous HIV tests. Yes, it is a big deal.

We use only Gold Standard HIV tests that are validated and approved according to the latest International Standards.

All Our Doctors are fully certified and trained in advance HIV testing.

We use only single use and disposable equipment and are validated by MOH for Good Infection Control Practices.

Here is step-by-step guide to getting an Anonymous HIV test done at our clinic.

1. Anonymous HIV tests are conducted at our clinic at Robertson Walk.

2. You do not need an appointment. Just walk in to our clinic anytime during our opening hours.

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3. Let our staff at the counter know that you are here for the ‘3 step test’

4. You will be given a form that looks like this: AHT Registration Form

5. As you can see, the form does not require any personal details from you.

6. This form has a serial number on it : AHT####. You will be identified according to this number.

7. You will be given a pamphlet with information on various HIV and STD tests. Your serial number will also be on this pamphlet. Hold on to it.

8. When the doctor is ready to see you, the staff will ask you to go into the doctor’s room.

9. When you meet the doctor, this is your chance to ask all the questions you want to ask.

10. You should also let the doctor know if you suspect or wish to test for any other STDs.

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11. We offer both the Oraquick Advance HIV 1/2 Test, the Determine HIV 1/2 Test and the SD Bioline HIV Combo test.

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12. The doctor will ask you a few pertinent questions then conduct the test for you.

13. You will need to wait 20 minutes for the results.

If you test Negative for HIV

1. The doctor will advise you on when to come back for a repeat test if you are in the window period.

2. This is another chance for you to ask whatever questions you have with regards to HIV or any other STDs.

3. You can then leave the clinic but please remember to come back for your repeat test if required.

If you test Positive for HIV

1. The doctor will draw a blood for a confirmatory Western Blot test. This test is also anonymous.

2. This test might take up to 2 weeks for us to get the results.

3. Because you tested at our clinic, there will be no notification requirements.

4. You can leave a contact number or email for us to contact you with the Western Blot results. Or you can contact us after 2 weeks.

5. Our doctor will then discuss with you the next steps.

6. All of this still remains anonymous.

Do not hesitate. Come for a test now.

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Please post any questions you have with regards to Anonymous HIV testing in the comments section below.

Also, if you have had HIV testing at our clinic and have any feedback on our service, please also post in the comments section below.

If you have any questions, visit our free online forum on sexual health, HIV and STDs.

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If you had a high risk exposure to HIV within the past 72 hours, you can take medicines to reduce your risk of actually contracting HIV. Find out more on HIV PEP Treatment.

If not read more about HIV symptoms.

Can’t wait for 3 months to find out? Find out more about Rapid HIV Combo test at our clinics.

Your are welcome to visit Our Doctors at Our Clinics anytime during our opening hours.

Robertson Walk            6238 7810

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About Dr. Tan
Dr. Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2001. His residency was in the two largest public hospitals in Singapore; Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Singapore General Hospital.

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Consultation Rapid test only $20.00
(not inclusive of test)Other STD Consultation starts from $60.00
STD screening
Standard HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B/C, Herpes Simplex Virus Type I and II $ 200.00
Male
Urethritis
Urine – Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea PCR, Monilia, Trichomonas, NSU, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Urine Culture, Candida $ 280.00
Female
Urethritis and Vaginitis
Vaginal Swab – Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea PCR, Monilia, Trichomonas PCR, Gardnerella PCR, Candida PCR, Group B StrepNSU, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Direct Microscopy, Candida, Vaginal swab culture $ 345.00
Comprehensive (Male) Blood – Syphilis, Hepatitis B/C, Herpes Simplex Virus Type I and IIUrine – Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea PCR, Monilia, Trichomonas, NSU, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Urine Culture, Candida $ 390.00
Comprehensive (Female) Blood – Syphilis, Hepatitis B/C, Herpes Simplex Virus Type I and IIVaginal Swab – Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea PCR, Monilia, Trichomonas PCR, Gardnerella PCR, Candida PCR, Group B StrepNSU, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, Direct Microscopy, Candida, Vaginal swab culture $ 525.00
Individual STD Tests
Determine Syphilis test Rapid Syphilis Test $ 50.00
Determine Hepatitis B Test Rapid Hepatitis B Test $ 50.00
Herpes Simplex Virus PCR Herpes Simplex Virus Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Test $ 190.00
Chlamydia and Gonoccocal PCR Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
Herpes Simplex Virus Type I IgG Antibody Herpes Type 1 $ 40.00
Herpes Simplex Virus Type II IgG Antibody Herpes Type 2 $ 40.00
Non-Specific Urethritis (NSU) Culture Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma $ 118.00
HIV test
HIV RNA/DNA Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Test $600
Add $100 for expedited results
Rapid Fingerprick Blood HIV-1/2 P24 Antigen/Antibody Combo (HIV Duo Test) (4th generation!) $ 150.00
Rapid Oral Saliva HIV-1/2 Antibody Test (Oraquick) $ 50.00
Rapid Fingerprick Blood HIV-1/2 Antibody Test (Determine) $ 50.00
PEP $2000- $2200

2,467 Comments

  1. Doctor , any factor make hiv window period prolong more than 3 month ?

  2. Hi doctor,
    From six months I have weakness and fatigue , skin color changed ,and still with me too much weakness in body

    I did HIV twice at 3 and six months both negative.

    But my last blood test show low in platelets and high hemoglobin and MCHC

    Question:
    I heard that if someone is infected with hiv and he take any medicine , result will show negative till one year to become positive. Is that right?

    • I would consider your HIV testing conclusive. Only anti-HIV medications can affect viral load testing, but will not change antibody/antigen testing.

  3. Hello,

    After an encouter with a CSW worker in BKK i did folowing tests:
    1. 28 days – 4th gen – Negativ
    2. 3 months – 4th gen – Negativ
    3. 6 months – 4th gen – Negativ
    4. 7 months – oraquick – home test ( saliva) – Negativ

    shall i test more or will be a waste of time as this is conclusive?

    thanks

    ARC

  4. Low risk exposure 78 days elfa negative is it conclusive thanks sir

    • If it is a 4th generation test with both antigen and antibody then it is conclusive. If it is just antibody testing, then you would need to repeat one at 3 months.

  5. If the needle is merged with a syringe needle then in a needle with a needle injection there is a blood hiv, the drug addict who hiv through the needle put the needle and needle injection that the hiv is in the cushion, (in the sofa means he opens the couch and he sneezes a needle with an injection of blood hiv) then the person who does not have the hiv and does not take the drug is sitting on the couch, the needle coupled with the syringe in the hiv is punched on the limbs of a hiv no and do not take the injection drug. The syringe is overlapping with the surface and the injection needle sticks itself off due to pressure during a person who does not have the hiv and does not take the injection drug sitting on the couch, and the blood hiv in the needle and syringe enters the body of a non hiv and did not take the injection. Does a person who does not have a hiv and does not take drugs with the injection can be affected by the hiv?

  6. Hiv is transmitted through:

    No .1 Unprotected penetrative sex with someone who is infected.(unprotected vaginal / anal intercourse )

    No. 2 From a mother who is infected to her baby; this can occur during pregnancy, at birth and through breastfeeding.

    No. 3 Sharing needles with hiv infected person during iv drug intake

    My question is :

    What is sharing needles with infected person during iv drug intake ? I’m so stress now

  7. Good morning doctor .

    Here are the only ways HIV is transmitted:

    1. Unprotected anal or vaginal sex
    2. Sharing IV drug works
    3. From mother to child at birth or via breastfeeding.

    My question is :

    1) What the meaning of IV drug works ?

  8. Currently on medication.
    Antibiotic.. will the test result be affected ?

  9. Dear Sir ,How you doing well?i am confused and feeling unhealthy due to mistake what i did last year.Two months ago in December i tested for hiv.From first day of encounter i got rashes on my skin at back sides.I am happy the tests came negative .But now i am facing sore throat and mouth problems.So please advise what test i will do now? last test was on hiv 4th generation EIA advia,centaur chemiliminiscence cdc-guidelines 2014 and second at the same time on hiv kit.

  10. Sir I had unprotected last year in same month I got skin rashes and now I have sore throat and stomach problem and I lost much weight.I tested for hiv today elisa 4th generation eia came negative .I have hiv? What test I will do next please help

    • My tongue is also white and tonsils are enlarged

    • If your test is done more than 28 days post-exposure, it is conclusive and no HIV. If you are still concerned about symptoms, please speak to a doctor to get a proper assessment.

      • Thanks for kind reply.what type of hiv i will do after long period.Should i will test for viral load? please suggest.Actually problem is that doctors are not listening and they dont want to treat hiv patient because we did mistake.

  11. Hello Doctor,

    Please reply to this post.

    A girl did blow job for me ( suck penis) It’s unknown status.

    I did hiv 1&2 ab/ag test at 42 days post exposure.

    I have 3 question

    1. It is 4th generation test or 3rs generation test.

    2. It is conclusive.

    3. Doctor advised me to do again after 6 months.

    I am too much worried. Please reply doctor

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