Sexual health and HIV clinics

  • 10 Hammersmith Broadway
    Sexual health clinic—formerly West London Centre for Sexual Health

    10 Hammersmith Broadway
    W6 7AL

  • 56 Dean Street
    Sexual health and HIV care in Soho

    56 Dean Street
    W1D 6AQ
  • HIV Service in Harlow
    HIV outpatient clinic

    1 The Stow
    CM20 3AH 
  • HIV Service in Hertfordshire
    HIV outpatient clinics

    Watford Clinic
    1st Floor, The Annexe
    Watford Town Hall
    Hempstead Road
    WD17 3EX

    Stevenage Clinic
    Southgate Health Centre
    SG1 1HB

  • John Hunter Clinic for Sexual Health
    Sexual health clinic

    3rd floor, St Stephen’s Centre (next door to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital)
    369 Fulham Road
    SW10 9NH
  • Kobler Day Care Unit
    HIV/oncology day care

    2nd Floor, Lift Bank B
    Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
    369 Fulham Road
    SW10 9NH
  • Kobler Outpatient Clinic
    HIV outpatient clinic

    Ground Floor, St Stephen’s Centre (next door to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital)
    369 Fulham Road
    SW10 9NH
  • Sexual Health Hounslow
    Sexual health and contraception services across various clinics in the London Borough of Hounslow. Main clinic located at:

    Twickenham House
    West Middlesex Hospital
    Twickenham Road
    TW7 6AF

Outreach sexual health clinics based in the community

These are services based in the community for the following groups of patients. Some operate by a walk-in system, others require an appointment.

  • Black and ethnic minority communities
  • Men who have sex with men
  • Male and transgender sex workers
  • Transgender community
  • Teenagers/young persons aged under 25
  • Socially excluded or those who use Supporting People Services

Specialist sexual health services

These are services for selective groups of patients and are based in 10 Hammersmith Broadway, 56 Dean Street or John Hunter Clinic. Some operate walk-in services while others require an appointment.

  • HIV+ patients
  • Lesbian/bisexual/men who have sex with men
  • Transgender community
  • Black and ethnic minority communities
  • Young persons/teenagers
  • Learning difficulties and disabilities

Important information about new treatments for COVID-19

The NHS is using new treatments for coronavirus. You might be suitable for these treatments if a PCR test confirms that you have coronavirus. These treatments need to be given quickly after you start to feel unwell. They can help to stop you from getting seriously ill from coronavirus.

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