Get Testing, Treatment and Prevention
For HIV, Hepatitis C and STDs​

At LifeLine Health, we specialize in providing comprehensive primary care for HIV, Hepatitis C, and STDs. This includes prevention and treatment, including PrEP, and PEP. In addition, we connect our patients to specialized support services. Our goal is to create a welcoming and supportive one-stop medical home where all patients, regardless of their sexual orientation, cultural background, financial status, or social status, receive exceptional care and attention.

Here's What We Do

At LifeLine Health, we specialize in providing comprehensive primary care for HIV, Hepatitis C, and STDs. This includes prevention and treatment, including PrEP, and PEP. In addition, we connect our patients to specialized support services. Our goal is to create a welcoming and supportive one-stop medical home where all patients, regardless of their sexual orientation, cultural background, financial status, or social status, receive exceptional care and attention.

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Our Mission​

The goal of LifeLine Health is to enhance the overall health of Floridians by providing everyone access to high-quality healthcare services. We prioritize the provision of HIV, Hepatitis C, and STD support services to underserved communities in Florida and educate the next generation of healthcare providers on community-focused and patient-centered care. We strive to provide a welcoming, compassionate and supportive environment. Our approach is to exceed patients' expectations every time.

Specialized Treatment and Prevention Servi​​​​​​​ces​​

  • HIV

    With effective HIV treatments available and ways to prevent HIV transmission, taking care of yourself and your loved ones has never been easier. LifeLine Health is your trusted partner. We are here for you and ready to help when you are ready.

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  • Hepatitis C

    With new and highly effective treatments available, Hepatitis C can now be cured in most cases Direct-acting antiviral treatment can result in a virologic cure in most persons with 8–12 weeks of all-oral medication regimens . LifeLine Health provides helpful, up-to-date resources and information on ways to prevent Hepatitis C transmission and keep your liver healthy.

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  • STDs

    We believe that knowledge is power, and we want to give you the tools you need to take control of your sexual health. Our website provides information on how to get tested, effective treatment options and ways to reduce your risk of contracting an STD.

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Our Three Easy Steps

  1. Complete This Form
  2. Make An Appointment
  3. Receive Treatment

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HIV Assistance

Our goal is to make sure that everyone affected by HIV has access to the resources and support they need to live a healthy and fulfilling life. We offer a variety of assistance services, such as financial assistance, counseling and support groups, and help with accessing medical care. You are not alone in this journey, and we are here to help. Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you need assistance.

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Hepatitis C Assistance​

LifeLine Health is your local Hepatitis C assistance resource. We want to ensure everyone affected by hepatitis C has access to the latest information and support they need to manage their condition and improve their overall health. Our assistance services include financial aid for treatment, case management and counseling, and help with navigating the healthcare system. Living with Hepatitis C can be challenging, but you don't have to go through it alone. We're here to help.

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STD Prevention

LifeLine Health offers local STD services such as confidential testing, counseling, and education on how to prevent the transmission of STDs. We understand that navigating the healthcare system and managing an STD can be difficult, but we're here to help. By being proactive and informed, you can take control of your sexual health and reduce your risk of contracting an STD. Reach out to us for any assistance you may need.

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Listen To What Our Patients Say…

Cristina Anderson

I am thankful to the nice people at Lifeline Health. I was so scared when I found out I had been exposed. They guided me and made me feel so at ease. I have not had an issues and I know it's because I went to Lifeline Health first.

Juan Bustamonte

Thankfully there are places like Lifeline Health to get tested. This place is lowering the risk for our community by educating us and providing the resources to stay healthy. They are making positive changes in the community. 

Most Asked

Hepatitis C is primarily spread through contact with the blood of an infected person. The most common ways that hepatitis C is spread include:

  • Sharing needles or other equipment used to inject drugs. This is the most common way that hepatitis C is spread.
  • Having unprotected sex with an infected person. However, this is a less common way to spread hepatitis C.
  • From an infected mother to her baby during birth
  • Accidental needle sticks or exposure to an infected person's blood in a healthcare setting
  • Sharing personal items like razors or toothbrushes with an infected person
  • Tattoo or piercing with unsterilized needles or equipment
  • Exposure to blood on the job, such as for healthcare workers.

It's important to note that hepatitis C is not spread through casual contact such as hugging, sharing food or drinks, or using the same restrooms. It is important to test for Hepatitis C and get medical treatment if needed to prevent the virus from progressing to chronic infection.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication taken daily that can help prevent the contraction of HIV. It works by blocking the virus from entering and infecting cells in the body. When taken as prescribed, PrEP is highly effective at preventing HIV.

While missing doses of PrEP can decrease its effectiveness in preventing HIV infection, it still has some level of protection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that even if someone misses several doses, the medication still provides some level of protection against HIV.

It's important to note that if you miss doses of PrEP or stop taking it altogether, your risk of contracting HIV increases. For maximum protection, it's recommended to take PrEP consistently and as prescribed. To ensure that you continue to receive the protection you need, it's important to talk to your healthcare provider about strategies to help you stay on track with your PrEP regimen. At LifeLine Health, we can help.

It's also worth to note that taking PrEP alone may not protect against other sexually transmitted infections and other protective measures such as regular testing, barrier methods, and practicing safer sex should be used in conjunction with PrEP.

There are several ways to prevent the contraction and spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs):


1. Abstinence: Avoiding sexual contact altogether is the most effective way to prevent STDs.
2. Condom use: Consistently and correctly using condoms during sexual activity can greatly reduce the risk of contracting STDs.
3. Regular testing: Getting tested for STDs on a regular basis and discussing your sexual health with your partner(s) is important to ensure early detection and treatment.
4. Vaccinations: Getting vaccinated for certain STDs such as HPV and Hepatitis B can help prevent their contraction.
5. Limiting the number of sexual partners: Having fewer sexual partners decreases the risk of contracting an STD.
6. PrEP: for HIV, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication taken daily that can help prevent the contraction of HIV
7. PEP: for HIV, post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is a medication that can be taken after possible exposure to HIV to prevent infection.
8. Get treated if you do have an STD. Many STDs can be treated and cured, which helps prevent their spread.

It's important to remember that STDs can have serious long-term health consequences if left untreated, and it's important to take steps to protect yourself and your partners. If you have any concerns or questions about your sexual health, please contact LifeLine Health today.

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Talk to a Lilfeline Health staff member by phone or in-person at your local health center to get the care you need. Make an appointment online or call 1-888-202-6052.

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