Center for Adolescent Health at Stanford

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford's Center for Adolescent Health provides comprehensive health services for teens and young adults in a confidential and age appropriate setting.  Our services cover a complete range of health care needs from yearly check-ups and immunizations, to acne treatment, birth control and urgent care.  We also provide specialty clinics where teens and young adults can be treated for health problems common to their age group such as eating disorders, reproductive health, psychosocial issues, weight management and sports-related injuries.  In addition, our mobile medical clinic provides outreach services for traditionally underserved communities.

Our pediatric and adolescent providers provide accessible and comprehensive HIV prevention services, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), to adolescents and young adults up to 26 years of age.

The Virtual PrEP Program is dedicated to increasing youth access to HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis through telehealth visits connecting youth with dedicated PrEP providers.