Homerton provides sexual health services at its four locations, HIV care at the Jonathan Mann Clinic, and a range of outreach services

We want to help you enjoy happy and fulfilling sexual lives. Our services are friendly, free and confidential.

Until further notice, access to Homerton Sexual Health is via telephone assessment only

Please ring to schedule a telephone consultation and a member of staff will return your call. Please do not come in to our clinics unless we have advised you to after a telephone consultation. At the moment we are only providing services from the Clifden Centre, Homerton University Hospital.

020 7683 4103

Access to the Clifden Centre is currently via the gate on Clifden Road at the rear of the hospital site. You will be asked to clean your hands and put on a face mask before entering.

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.

For information on contraception, click the link below:

Contraception

The easiest way to get a check-up is to order a testing kit online from SHL - Sexual Health London

Order tests

We are vetting all appointments in the Jonathan Mann Clinic. Do not attend unless we have contacted you.
Please click the link below for information about appointments, medication and advice for people living with HIV:

Jonathan Mann Clinic

If you are on the IMPACT (PrEP) Trial, click the link below for more information:

IMPACT Trial

Please do not attend any of our clinics if you or someone you live with are suffering from fever, a new continuous cough, or loss of taste or smell

Get help

 View our clinics and opening hoursTelephone sexual health enquiries and appointments 

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