The Jonathan Mann Clinic (JMC) is based in the Clifden Centre at Homerton University Hospital. Our diverse team provide holistic care to help people live well with HIV.
The Jonathan Mann Clinic remains open for people living with HIV, but we have had to make some changes because of coronavirus
Learn more about COVID-19 and HIV
Please do not attend unless you have an appointment. We will try to do everything that we need to in one appointment, rather than having separate appointments with the nurse and doctor. Occasionally we may have to re-schedule appointments in order to ensure social distancing in the clinic.
If you or someone you live with has had a fever, new continuous cough, or loss of taste or smell in the last 14 days, please stay at home and contact us to re-book your appointment.
We had some measures in place since the start of COVID pandemic for medication supply, these have now changed.
The different options for medication supply are now:
- Collection at the hospital - you can take your prescription to pharmacy for same day collection. If you do not wish to collect your medication on the same day, then you or someone you nominate will need to collect within 2 weeks.
After 2 weeks your medication will be returned, and you will need to contact the clinic for a new prescription. This is as pharmacy have limited storage space to keep medication.
We are no longer able to have your medication ready in advance.
- Home delivery - medication can be delivered to your address or to certain Boots pharmacies if you are registered to this service.
If you have are running out of medication before your next appointment, please contact us by phone or email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ):