What we can do for you

Primary Care

Get your annual physical or work with us to manage or prevent chronic diseases. Got the flu? Come see us. We also provide vaccinations.

Family Planning

We can provide a full complement of sexual and reproductive health services, including birth control, emergency contraception, pap smears, and sex education.

HIV/STD Testing

We can provide rapid HIV testing, STD testing and treatment, and hepatitis B and C screenings.
Wellness Clinic

We are a fully-licensed, federally qualified health center (FQHC) serving people of color and the LGBTQ community. Our team provides respectful, compassionate health care that focuses on you as a whole person. Your medical staff can connect you to counseling, therapy, case management, and community services—everything you need to reach health, wellness, and equality.

The Tenderloin Clinic:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am- 5:30 pm
Thursday: 9:30 am -5:30 pm
Friday: 1:00 pm -5:30 pm (Clinic @ Trans Thrive)

The Castro Clinic
1800 Market Street, Suit 401
San Francisco, CA 94102

Mon: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Tue: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Closed for Lunch Daily:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Also By Appointment Contact 415-292-3400 or theclinic@apiwellness.org to make an appointment.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If you need to reach a provider after hours for urgent matters, please call (415) 292-3400 ext.368


Transgender Health

Our team respects and understands transgender health. We can help you manage your hormones and offer hormone injections.

Mental Health & Substance Use

We can connect you to our mental health team to help you deal with crisis, depression, anxiety, addiction, or other issues preventing you from reaching health, wellness, and equality.

Health Education

Come to our workshops and support groups to learn more about your health.
Carlos Bermudez Director of Nursing / Nurse Practitioner For over 15 years, Carlos has stayed true to his passion for individual care and basic human rights for all, actively seeking opportunities to work with people living with HIV/AIDS, mental health disorders, and substance abuse. He has a Masters degree in Advanced Nursing, a degree in Clinical Psychology, and has worked in social service agencies and federally qualified clinics with communities that face isolation, trauma, poverty, discrimination, and severe social inequalities. Carlos was forced to leave Colombia, his native country 16 years ago. He was persecuted for his sexual orientation and for working with people living with HIV/AIDS. During that time, he volunteered at a non-profit organization where he counseled people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, learning about cultures, spending time with his fiancé and friends, working out, training for triathlons, and walking his two dogs at the beach.
Jacey Laborte Clinic Operations Manager In the past 10 years, Jacey Laborte has been a private consultant in the health care industry specializing in practice management. Jacey has an educational background and earned degrees in Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology. His experiences in the corporate and nonprofit realms have fostered a passion for navigating the innovative health care domain, with experience in strategic management and growth. Jacey’s belief in valuing and sustaining culture and our unique human expressions help to grow our community in meaningful ways. Jacey celebrates diversity and it, along with a primary focus on patient care with clinical diligence, directly drives his goals and future aspirations. He has travelled extensively throughout the world and enjoys arts, culture, new cuisine, and spending time with all his friends. He strives to support his favorite charities and organizations whenever possible.
Liam Elliot Medical Assistant Liam joined the Wellness Clinic as a Medical Assistant in May 2017. As a volunteer medic for the Berkeley Free Clinic, he assists uninsured people with Hepatitis and HIV prevention. At UCSF, he acts as a research assistant for studies on HIV and mental health. He is passionate about improving LGBTQ health care. Liam holds a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley in U.S. and Environmental History. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his fiance and his family.
Jawon Jang Clinical Nurse Jawon Jang was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1988. She then moved to San Francisco when she was two years old and lived happily ever since. She graduated Nursing school at City college of San Francisco, where she also studied being an EMT. She has a passion helping those who are in need, especially the homeless community, since she has seen the raw struggle of those who live on the streets in the tenderloin. In her spare time she loves to just spend time with her family and friends, trying out new ideas whether it is food or traveling.
Make an appointment
Contact 415-292-3400 or theclinic@apiwellness.org to make an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is eligibile?

    We provide health care to everyone, regardless of immigration status or ability to pay. We specialize in health care for LGBTQ communities and people of color.

  • How much does it cost to see a doctor?

    We are a federally-qualified health center offering on-site primary medical care, mental health care, and social/community support services. Services are provided on a sliding scale based on income level and ability to pay. We accept private insurance through Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, and Humana in addition to Medi-Cal and Medicare. We will not turn you away if you are unable to pay for high-quality health care.

  • Is my information kept private?

    Yes, all of your information here is kept confidential.

  • What do I need before coming in?

    Download your patient primary care demographic, history, and consent forms prior to your visit.

  • How do I refill my prescription?

    When you need a refill for a medication prescribed by our clinic, please call your pharmacy and request a refill. It is helpful to have the prescription number on the bottle or the packaging available when you call. The pharmacy will contact our office if approval is needed. If you do not have refills remaining, please still contact the pharmacy and they will send a refill request directly to us. Please call the pharmacy at least 72 hours (3 business days) before you run out of medication for refills to be processed. If you are planning to go on vacation, please check your supply. If you need an early refill please notify your pharmacy.