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The Wolverton Centre at Kingston Hospital
Consultant-led sexual health services for patients with more complex sexual health & contraception needs, the Wolverton offers a full range of contraceptive methods (including emergency contraception and Long Acting Reversible Contraception), as well as HIV testing, STI testing and treatment. The service also offers treatment and care for people living with HIV. Services at the Wolverton are confidential, free and available for everyone, regardless of age or gender. You do not need a referral.
The Wolverton currently does not offer walk-in clinics, so you need to call to arrange an appointment. But if you are concerned for your safety you can attend the service without calling first.
Telephone Call Centre – 020 8974 9331 – Opening times vary Monday - Friday
Specific clinics are available as follows, and you should ring to get an appointment:
The Point - a dedicated service for young people aged 18 and under. Young people are welcome to discuss any mental health or emotional issues or to talk about relationships. Health Advisors can see young people either once or for a few times and also refer them to the service that is best for them.
LGBTQ+ clinic - previously known as K2 clinic, this offers all the above services as well as hepatitis vaccinations, HPV vaccinations (Human Papillomavirus) and treatment following HIV risk (PEPSE)
Connect Service - for people of all ages with learning difficulties (including autism, aspergers and ADHD). People can attend by themselves or are welcome to bring someone with them for support if they prefer.
Parents, carers and professionals can also book appointments for themselves for advice and support.
Community Contraceptive and Sexual Health (CASH) clinics are run by Your Healthcare. Their non-judgemental, free and confidential service welcomes all genders, sexualities and age groups. Walk in and appointment services are offered, including:
- Contraception: long acting methods, for example: implants, IUD/IUS (coils), injectables and the pill.
- Emergency contraception
- Sexually transmitted infections and HIV testing
- Pregnancy testing and options
- Treatment for chlamydia infection and follow-up
Free health services from KU19
KU19 is Kingston’s free and confidential health service for young people aged 19 years and under. It's provided by Your Healthcare. You can get:
- free condoms
- emergency contraception
- chlamydia and gonorrhoea screening
- advice and information
- pregnancy testing
You can contact KU19 or drop into one of the KU19 clinics around the borough (you don't need an appointment). Find out more about KU19.
Find a service with 'Getting it on'
The Getting it on website gives advice on:
- sexual health
- sexually transmitted infections
- emergency contraceptives
- LGBTQ questions
You can also use the service finder to find a sexual health service near you (Getting it on)
Local pharmacies or chemists
At many pharmacies in the borough, you can get:
- free emergency contraception (‘morning after pill’) for those under 25
- chlamydia screening for those under 25
- gonorrhoea screening for those under 25
Local GP surgeries
Most GPs offer:
- free contraception for all ages, including long acting reversible contraception (LARC), implants, coils and the pill
- free Chlamydia testing for 15 to 24 year olds
- free Gonorrhoea testing for 15 to 24 year olds
Some local GP surgeries offer contraception and sexual health services to those not registered with the practice. Please call individual practices to check.
Spectra work with diverse communities to improve the positive and informed health choices of individuals. Non-judgemental and peer-based services include: health checks, HIV testing, groups (including for trans, non-binary, genderqueer and questioning people), free condoms, counselling and one to one support. Delivered locally across London, see the web pages for details www.spectra-london.org.uk