Primary Care

Primary care is the day-to-day health care given by a health care provider. Your primary care physician serves as the first contact and principal point of continuing care for patients within a health care system and coordinates other specialist care that the patient may need.  Here at Two Spirit Health, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide your medical needs with the LGBTQ+, and ally, patient in mind, delivered in a safe, friendly, and culturally competent environment.

Specialized Transgender Health

Two Spirit Health Services is the leader in specialized medical care for transgender persons, featuring hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for MTF, FTM, and gender-queer patients of all ages in a safe, friendly, and culturally competent atmosphere. We can also serve as your primary care health provider.

Free Rapid HIV, Hep C & STI Testing

Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays 8AM – 4PM
HIV, Hep C & STI Testing Provided by Ken Terrell, Certified HIV Tester
No Appointment Needed
Results In 15 & 20 minutes
801 N Magnolia Avenue, Suite 402
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“PrEP” stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. PrEP is a way for people who don’t have HIV but are concerned about protecting themselves from HIV to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill every day. The pill contains two medicines that are also used to treat HIV. If you take PrEP and are exposed to HIV through sex or injection drug use, these medicines can work to keep the virus from taking hold in your body.

PrEP is a powerful HIV prevention tool and can be combined with condoms and other prevention methods to provide even greater protection than when used alone. But people who use PrEP must commit to taking the drug every day and seeing their health care provider for follow-up every 3 months.


When taken every day, PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection in people who may be exposed by more than 90%. PrEP is much less effective if it is not taken consistently. PrEP can be even more effective if it is combined with other ways to prevent new HIV infections like condom use, drug abuse treatment, and treatment for people living with HIV to reduce the chance of passing the virus to others.

PrEP was tested in several large studies with men who have sex with men, men who have sex with women, women who have sex with men, and people who inject drugs.


Some people in clinical studies of PrEP had early side effects such as an upset stomach or loss of appetite, but these were mild and usually went away within the first month. Some people also had a mild headache. No serious side effects were observed. If you are on PrEP, you should tell your healthcare provider if these or other symptoms become severe or do not go away.

IS PrEP Affordable?

PrEP is covered by most medical insurance plans. At Two Spirit Health Services, you don’t need insurance to afford PrEP. Through generous partnerships with the State of Florida and Quest Diagnostics, your physician’s appointment and necessary lab screenings can cost as low as $40 office visit. Through patient assistance programs, your prescription can be filled for free. STI testing is free.

IS PrEP right for me?

Call us at 321-800-2922 or to make an appointment to learn more.