Our services are still here for you, but we have had to change the way we do things because of coronavirus
Access to our services is via a telephone assessment first. Unfortunately we are not able to provide a walk-in clinic at the moment. Please ring to schedule a telephone consultation and a member of staff will call you back.
We will assess what you need over the phone and advise you what to do next.
This might be ordering a test kit online, coming in to collect medication, or arranging a time to come and see us.
We want your feedback to help us plan how we re-introduce our services
You can test for STIs at home by ordering a test kit online. If you are enquiring about contraception or PrEP please read the links below first.
We are providing services from the Clifden Centre at Homerton University Hospital
Access is via the gate on Clifden Road at the rear of the hospital site. You will be asked to clean your hands, check your temperature, and put on a face mask before entering the hospital grounds.
Please click the link below for information about appointments, medication and advice for people living with HIV:
Please do not attend the clinic if you or anyone you live with has a high temperature, new persistent cough, or a change in your sense of smell/taste – or if you have been advised to self-isolate by NHS Track and Trace. If you are unwell call NHS 111.
The Emergency Department (A&E) is for emergencies only
A&E services are under extreme pressure at the moment. Please do not attend A&E for sexual health problems.
Trans, non-binary, gender fluid and intersex
People who are trans, non-binary, gender fluid or intersex are welcome to use any of our services. At your first visit, you will have a first consultation with an experienced clinician to discuss which tests for STIs are required, and any other needs you might have.
Women who have sex with women
Women who have sex with women are welcome to use any of services.