Chlamydia Case Management in General Practice

This website provides an overview of chlamydia case management in general practice

Test

Offer a chlamydia test annually to all sexually active people aged <30 years, as well as for those who identify themselves at risk

Treat

Treat according to Australian guidelines

Check for PID symptoms

If your patient has female reproductive organs, check for PID symptoms 

Retest

Organise a retest for reinfection 3 months after initial treatment

Support partner management

Sexual partners from the previous 6 months should be notified 

This website provides an overview of chlamydia case management in general practice, including helpful tips, resources and guidelines. It was produced as part of the Management of Chlamydia Cases in Australia (MoCCA) Project