Teleprep: HIV Prevention at Your Fingertips

HIV prevention is easy with TelePrEP. We currently provide online PrEP services and delivery to patients in the regions of Texas and New Mexico. Services are provided via a laptop, a smartphone, or a tablet. Patients are able to visit with a TelePrEP provider through a secure, HIPAA compliant app and can obtain labs locally through an outpatient site.
Individuals can have PrEP safely and privately delivered to their homes without having to travel long distances.

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PrEP is a daily pill that prevents HIV.

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HIV Prevention is Easy and Private with TelePrEP

HIV prevention via TelePrEP allows you to start or continue PrEP from the comfort of your home.
New and current patients are able to visit with a Primary Care Provider online. This is done by using a HIPAA compliant (secured) app on a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. Your labs can be obtained locally by visiting an outpatient lab site or by utilizing a test kit mailed to you.  We arrange for PrEP to also be mailed to your home.

About PrEP

-PrEP is intended to be used together with safe sex practices.  This has demonstrated a reduction in new HIV infections. PrEP is not to be used alone as an only HIV prevention method.
-The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) both recommend the use of PrEP for those at higher risk of contracting HIV.

Who Should Take PrEP?

PrEP is for anyone who is HIV negative and wants to stay that way. You may particularly benefit from PrEP if you are:

Gay and bisexual men without HIV and who are sexually active

Heterosexual men and women without HIV who are sexually active

Transgender persons without HIV who are sexually active

Someone without HIV who injects drugs

Someone on post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) with continued risk behavior

Someone who have used multiple rounds of PEP

Someone having anal sex without a condom

Someone with an STD within the last 6 months

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