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HIV: Where Do I Get PrEP?

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Any doctor can prescribe pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). You may want to ask your doctor if he or she would prescribe PrEP for you. There are also online, and TelePrEP services available.

Not all doctors are familiar with PrEP.

Below are resources for locating health care providers and materials about PrEP:

If you do not have a doctor or would like to go to a different medical provider to get PrEP, see the Wisconsin Prep Providers List, P-01180, (available in English and Spanish) in Wisconsin. This is a list of providers who are offering PrEP and indicated interest in being included on this listing. It is not an exhaustive list of all clinicians providing PrEP in Wisconsin. The Department of Health Services does not recommend specific providers.


Last revised April 2, 2024