PrEP can be prescribed by various healthcare providers such as an HIV or Infectious Disease Specialist, a Family Doctor or General Practitioner, a Nurse Practitioner, or Pharmacists with additional prescribing authorization.
Not all healthcare providers are knowledgeable about PrEP. This site is meant to provide guidance, including linked resources, to provide all the information a provider needs to know to feel comfortable prescribing PrEP for someone who is eligible based on current guidelines.
If you provide this resource to your healthcare provider and they still indicate discomfort providing PrEP, we recommend the following options:
- Have them contact us. We can answer some questions your healthcare provider might have and/or provide them additional resources.
Once you find a healthcare provider who is knowledgeable about and comfortable prescribing PrEP, you can begin the process of determining if PrEP is the right option for you.
The Costs of PrEP