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12 May 2020 update

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic we have suspended our walk-in services but are still providing a sexual health service via phone assessment.

If you have concerns relating to your sexual health or need contraception please call 0333 300 2100 Monday to Friday, 8am to 7pm. You will be offered a telephone triage appointment with one of our nurses or doctors who will discuss options available to you.

Please only attend our clinics if you have been told to do so by one of our clinical staff and if you have no symptoms of coronavirus and no need for self-isolation.

If you have no symptoms and need an STI self-test kit order online for home delivery.

Women only clinic at 160 Falcon Road (for contraception and simple screening)

During covid 19 pandemic we are changing the way we deliver our services.

We are currently unable to offer routine implant fittings or removals or insertions and removals of intra uterine contraception (Coils).

We are still able to offer oral contraception and emergency contraception.

Please call 0333 300 2100 for a telephone consultation.

I think I might have an STI:

Urgent announcement

12 May 2020

Because of the current COVID-19 crisis, walk-in sessions in all our clinics have been cancelled.

Updates will be provided as soon as we have more information.

  • If you have no symptoms and need an STI self-test kit, order online.
  • If you have symptoms and need an appointment, call 0333 300 2100 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 7pm).

I've been raped or sexually assaulted 

If you have been sexually assaulted and need an appointment please call 0333 300 2100 and ask to speak to a health adviser.

For further advice and information, visit The Havens.

I need contraception

I need emergency contraception

Links to support organisations can be found here, including:

  • Transgender support
  • Support services for women and transwomen selling sex
  • Support services for men selling sex

HIV testing, PrEP and PEP

HIV testing and HIV post sexual exposure treatment (PEP) is available at the Falcon Road centre (near Clapham Junction station). Find information about both PEP and PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV).

In Wandsworth, we work with METRO Charity to provide advice and support for HIV positive residents. Support includes advice, advocacy, counselling, health information and a peer support group.

More information can be found on the Metro website.

Clinical support for HIV positive people is provided by local hospitals:

Gay men

Our dedicated walk-in clinic is closed during the Covid 19 pandemic . We are still offering services so if you need urgent care relating to your sexual health please call 0333 300 2100 to book a telephone consultation.

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