Sexual Health Walk In Clinic

Two of the nurses and all the doctors are trained in contraceptive care and may be seen for consultation during general appointment times.

We also run a specialist nurse-led Sexual Health Clinic which is also open to patients not registered at the medical centre as a community facility. This is open on Tuesday between 4.30 and 7.30pm at the Churchill Medical Centre Kingston. No appointment necessary. Please note that cervical smears are not carried out at the Sexual Health clinic.

This clinic is available to men and women, and can arrange for STI and HIV testing.  As with all our services, confidentiality is assured.

One of our Practice Nurses and two of our GPs are trained in IUD/IUS and implant insertions and removals.  These are seen as separate consultations to this main Sexual Health Clinic and a separate appointment will need to be made with the Practice Nurse.

Other services

The Wolverton centre is a large, modern, purpose built centre, specialising in sexual health services for women and men of all ages.  al consultations are free and the service is confidential. No GP referral is required. the centre I on Kingston Hospital site, on Galsworthy Road (next to A & E) and is open Monday to Friday for a mixture of appointment only and walk in clinics.

You can call the Wolverton on 020 8974 9331 for further infomrastion, or to book an appointment, or look online at www.sexualhealthkingston.co.uk/

KU19 is Kingston’s health service for young people aged 19 and under. For health advice and information, including advice on sexual health, you can call, text, e-mail or simply drop into one of the KU19 clinics around the Borough.

Services available at the clinics include free condoms, emergency contraception, advice and information, pregnancy testing and more. No appointment is necessary, you can just drop in.

Call on 020 8549 6323 (between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm), text on 07781 488019 or e-mail kU19@kpct.nhs.uk

Other useful links

www.Gettingiton.org.uk 

www.Kingston.gov.uk/sexualhealth

www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Sexualhealthtopics/Pages/Sexual-health-hub.aspx