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Sexual Health (GUM) Clinic

Sexual health (Genito-Urinary Medicine)

Clinic times are:

Opening times for advice and to book an appointment:

Mon: 8.30 - 7.30 

Tues: 8.30 - 5.00      

Weds: 1.30 - 7.30                      

Thurs: 8.30 - 5.00    

Fri: 8.30 - 12.30              

 

Walk in clinics

Monday, Thursday & Friday mornings   9.00 - 11.30

Tuesday  & Wednesday afternoons  1.30 - 3.30

Monday evening 4.00 – 6.00

 

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

PLEASE NOTE

THERE WILL BE NO AFTERNOON OR EVENING CLINIC’S

ON CHRISTMAS EVE AND NEW YEARS EVE

 

Monday 22nd December         -   Normal

Tuesday 23rd December        -   Normal

Wednesday 24th December   -   09.00 - 12.30 Walk-in

Thursday 25th December       -   Closed

Friday 26th December            -   Closed

Monday 29th December         -   Normal

Tuesday 30th December         -   Normal

Wednesday 31st December   -   09.00 - 12.30 Walk-in

Thursday 1st January             -   Closed

Friday 2nd January                 -   Normal

Clinic will be open for advice until 13.30 on

Christmas Eve and New Years Eve

 

Walk-in clinics

Our walk-in clinics are run on a drop-in basis, there is no need for an appointment. These clinics can be very busy and you may have to wait a while before being seen. You should allow for being in the department for two to three hours.

We ask that men avoid passing urine for at least 2 hours before being seen by a doctor or nurse.

 

For our morning clinics doors open from 8.30 am and clinics commence at 9.00am. Afternoon clinics doors open at 13.30 and 16.00 for the evening clinic

Some walk-in session may not always be available - an alternative appointment may be given.  If you prefer an appointment or need advice you can telephone us on 01246 513500/ 512121

Appointments available on the day or within 48 hours.

For more information about the Sexual Health Clinic, why not watch our video?

A comprehensive service is provided within a dedicated department including HIV counselling, contact tracing and other aspects of sexual health. Recent redesign work has been undertaken and improvements made. The department provides a confidential service to all patients (including under-16s) that includes...

  • Information and advice on sexual health

  • Tests for sexually transmitted infections and other genital conditions

  • Choice of tests from a simple urine test to a full screen

  • HIV testing, treatment and care

  • Support and information following sexual assault

  • Hepatitis B testing and vaccination

  • Hepatitis C testing

  • Management of chronic genital problems

  • Free treatment and condoms