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We are a Contraception and Sexual Health Service based in Surbiton in the borough of Kingston-upon-Thames.  We offer a wide range of contraception including coil and implant fitting as well as STI screening for people who don’t have symptoms. Our service is non-judgmental, friendly, free and confidential. We welcome everyone, all genders, sexualities and all age groups. 

Call us on 0208 339 4783 (leave a message with your details for a nurse to call you back) or email us on contraception&sexualhealth@yourhealthcare.org with your details and request. 

If you are aged 13-19 and would like to access contraception or support with your sexual health you can text on: 07781 488019

You can also complete our online form via this link https://forms.office.com/r/4WmdMM2PKS  Once completed, one of the team will review your response and get in touch. We aim to respond to your request within one working day.  We will get in touch via phone, email or text to provide advice and support or arrange an appointment/collection.  We can also offer a postal service where appropriate. 

Our clinics are currently run from Hollyfield House, Surbiton, KT5 9AL and we offer a range of appointments Mon-Sat, including evenings and weekend.

Current opening hours

Monday Phone lines open 9-5

Tuesday Phone lines open 9-7.30pm 

Booked appointments 2.30-4.30pm and 5.30-7.30pm 

Wednesday Phone lines open 9-5

Thursday Phone lines open 9-7.30pm 

Booked appointments 09.30am-12pm and 5.30-7.30pm 

Friday Phone lines open 9-5

Saturday Alternate Saturday clinics 11am-1pm 

You do not need to live locally, or for your GP to refer you, or even be registered with a GP in order to access our services. We regularly see people from other parts of Surrey or Greater London.

We offer the following services, which are all free:

· Condoms: including the C-Card scheme 

· Contraception: pills, injections, patches, vaginal ring,

· Long acting contraception: implant insertions and removals, IUD/IUS (coil) fitting, coil checks and removals. 

· Emergency contraception including emergency IUD (coil) 

· STI Screening for people without symptoms: blood tests, urine tests and self-taken vaginal swabs. You can also visit www.shl.uk and www.freetest.me for postal testing kits, or if you live in Surrey 

Please note that if you have symptoms (for example discharge, pain, unusual bleeding, itching, rashes, lumps and bumps) you will need to be seen at the Wolverton Centre at Kingston Hospital please visit www.sexualhealthkingston.co.uk for contact details and opening times.

· Pregnancy tests, pregnancy options discussion, referral for abortion

· Cervical screening tests (smear tests) 

· Treatment for chlamydia infection in people who do not have symptoms

· Information and advice about all aspects of sexual health

Further information:

· Emergency contraception pills are available from pharmacies. These will be free of charge if you are under 25.

· There are many online services that offer supplies of the contraceptive pill and emergency contraception which you may find useful. Here are some examples:

https://fettle.health/

https://sh24.org.uk/

https://www.simpleonlinepharmacy.co.uk/online-doctor/contraceptive-pill-online/

https://onlinedoctor.superdrug.com/contraceptive-pill.html

https://onlinedoctor.lloydspharmacy.com/uk/contraception

https://www.freedoms-shop.com/(NHS run online shop for condoms)

 · Please visit the sexwise website or Contraception Choices for information on all contraceptive methods and other areas of sexual health. If you still have a question please call us to discuss.

· If you are pregnant and would like an abortion, please call the Abortion central Booking line on 0345 872 5503. You can find general information on abortion at

www.bpas.org

www.mariestopes.org.uk

www.nupas.co.uk

 

It is important you do not attend any health service if you suspect you have Covid19 or you have been advised to self isolate. Please check the latest government information to see if you need to self-isolate www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/. If you need to speak to a medical professional urgently please call 111.

Current opening hours

Monday  Phone lines open 9-5

Tuesday  Phone lines open 9-7.30pm 

Booked appointments 2.30-4.30pm and 5.30-7.30pm 

Wednesday Phone lines open 9-5

Thursday Phone lines open 9-7.30pm 

Booked appointments 09.30am-12pm and 5.30-7.30pm 

Friday Phone lines open 9-5

Saturday Alternate Saturday clinics 11am-1pm 

KU19 Clinics

Due to the Coronavirus situation our KU19 walk-in clinics are now closed. We are still able to help you but you need to contact us first to arrange this. Our clinics are open for appointments and collections and we also offer a postal service. Please see below how you can get in touch to arrange this.

Phone on 0208 339 4783 (if you get our voicemail please leave a message – we will get back to you!)

Text us on 07781 488019


Email us on contraception&sexualhealth@yourhealthcare.org

You can also complete our online form via this link https://forms.office.com/r/4WmdMM2PKS Once completed, one of the team will review your response and get in touch. We aim to respond to your request within one working day.


We will arrange for a nurse to speak to you to discuss how we can help you and offer you an appointment, if you need it.
We are offering contraceptive pills/patches, implants, injections, IUS/IUD (coils), condoms, emergency contraception, treatment for chlamydia, pregnancy tests and sexual heath advice. All services are free.


·The C Card Scheme is for young people aged 13-24 to get free condoms different places in London. We can arrange to give you a C-card, or they are also available at other venues, including pharmacies (you can register yourself for a C-Card online by clicking here if you are aged between 16 and 24 http://www.comecorrect.org.uk )


· Contraception and sexual health services are confidential for young people including those under the age of 16 years. This means the staff will not tell others, such as family, GPs or schools about clinic visits. The only time that information may be shared is if there are significant concerns about a young person's safety or well-being. The staff will explain about confidentiality when young people visit the service. Please ask for more information about this if you would like to know more.


Further information:

· STI Screening for young people without symptoms: blood tests, urine tests and self-taken vaginal swabs. You can also visit www.shl.uk or www.freetest.me for postal testing kits. If you are under 16 and need testing please contact us, as we will be able to help you.


· If you have symptoms of an STI (e.g. discharge, pain, unusual bleeding, itching, rashes, lumps and bumps, etc) please check the current information at www.sexualhealthkingston.co.uk


· Emergency contraception pills are available from many pharmacies and are free of charge if you are under 25.


· Please visit the https://www.brook.org.uk/or the sexwise website for information on all contraceptive methods and other areas of sexual health.


· If you are pregnant and would like an abortion, please call the abortion central booking line on 0345 872 5503. If you would like some support booking an appointment let us know and we can help you to arrange this. You can find general information on abortion at
www.bpas.org
www.mariestopes.org.uk
www.nupas.co.uk

For further information about our services or any questions regarding contraception or sexual health screening, please contact us to speak to one of our CASH nurses on:

Tel: 0208339 4783

Email: contraception&sexualhealth@yourhealthcare.org

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