Sexual Health Walk-in Clinics @ The Health Centre (Kingston University)
Term time only:
Monday 6pm – 8pm
Thursday 6pm – 8pm
Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
What we offer:
- Full Sexual Health Testing
- Pill checks
- Contraceptive advice
- Depo Injections
- Chlamydia Testing
- Free condoms
*We offer everyone a confidential service in a safe environment.
*We have a duty to keep you safe. Confidentiality will only be broken in very EXCEPTIONAL circumstances.
There are other Sexual Health services available in the Kingston upon Thames borough, please see below:
The Wolverton Centre (Kingston Hospital)
Walk-in Clinics (no appointment necessary)
Monday 9am – 12pm
Tuesday 9am – 2:30pm then *4pm – 6pm (*18 year olds and under – The Point)
Wednesday 9am – 12pm then *6pm – 8pm (*Gay and bi-sexual men only K2)
Thursday 9am – 12pm
Friday 9am – 12pm
There are also appointments available, please contact them directly for these or for any other information: 020 8974 9331 or go to www.sexualhealthkingston.co.uk
Hawks Road Clinic
Hawks Road community contraception sexual health clinic offers a wide range of Free contraceptive provision and confidential advice. Free pregnancy testing and well woman advice is also available. Chlamydia screening is available for clients aged 15 to 24 years. Cervical screening is available.
The clinic is open to any age group and no appointment is necessary – Call 020 8546 1115 for more information.
Specialist Services for Young People
KU19 is Kingston’s health service for young people aged 19 and under. For Free health advice and information, including advice on sexual health, you can call text or email them or simply drop into one of the KU19 clinics around the borough.
Services available at the clinic include free condoms, emergency contraception, Chlamydia screening, contraception, advice and information, pregnancy testing and more.
Telephone: 020 8549 6323 Text: 07781 488019 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information and services for 13-19 year olds in SW London on sexual and mental health issues, drugs and alcohol and relationship problems, please visit – www.gettingiton.org.uk