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WE ARE CLOSED ON ALL BANK HOLIDAYS

We would like to wish all our patients a great Easter break.    Please note we are closed bank holiday Friday 14th April and bank holiday Monday 17th April 2017.  Our normal opening hours will resume on Tuesday 18th April.  See opening hours.


UPDATE: RESULTS DELAY RESOLVED

We can now confirm that the delay with receiving results due to an issue at South West London laboratory from tests taken from Monday 20th March onwards is now RESOLVED. If you are still outstanding results and your tests were taken between 20th-22nd March 2017, then please contact the clinic on 0208 974 9331 Once again we


24/03/2017 RESULTS DELAY

Friday 24th March 2017 Due to an issue at South West London laboratory, all results are delayed from tests taken from Monday 20th March onwards. Engineers are at the site resolving the issue and we expect the results to start processing again from Monday 27th March but we will keep you updated of this progress. We


STIF Training Course Now Booking for March 2017

    *** NOW TAKING BOOKINGS ***   The Wolverton Centre for Sexual Health at Kingston Hospital are delighted to announce they will be running a STIF Course in March 2017   Sexually Transmitted Infection Foundation (STIF) Course Thursday 16th & Friday 17th March 2017    Cost: £275 Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Galsworthy Road, Kingston,


It’s HIV Testing Week!

This week is National HIV Testing week in the run up to World Aids Day on 1st December.   Testing for HIV is available on the hospital site at the Wolverton Centre for Sexual Health.    Walk-in clinics take place every morning 900-1200 (until 230pm on Tuesdays) or call 020 8974 9331 for an afternoon appointment. Why


Christmas Opening Times

The Christmas party season is nearly upon us! Our Christmas opening hours are now available to put in your diaries.   Christmas Opening Hours Click Here   We will be closing one of our K2 clinics for gay and bisexual men during the Christmas period.   Christmas K2 Clinic Closure Click Here   From all


DELAYS WITH RESULTS

Unfortunately due to technical issues we are currently experiencing delays with receiving results from the lab which means it many take longer than usual to receive your test results. Updates to follow. We apologised for any inconvenience caused.




WHICH CONTRACEPTION IS BEST FOR YOU?

The Wolverton Centre offers a full range of contraception. To find out which type of contraception is best for you, take a look at our comparison table to help you compare different types of contraception.  Simply select the options you are interested in and compare them in the table. For more information about all the choices available


PRIMARY CARE SEXUAL HEALTH SEMINAR IS A SUCCESS

The Wolverton Centre hosted a Sexual Health Education Seminar on 6th July 2016 which was well attended by GPs and Practice Nurses and received excellent feedback. The seminar included presentations relating to:- Contraception for the complex patient and four workshops relating to “Managing sexual health problems in primary care” –      1. Genital Dermatology      2. Psychosexual


PRIMARY CARE EDUCATION EVENT – EVENING OF 6/7/2016

The Wolverton Centre for Sexual Health Primary Care Education Seminar   Wednesday 6th July 2016 17:30-2030 Education Centre – Lecture Theatre 1, Kingston Hospital, Galsworthy Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7QB *Hot buffet and wine from 18:00*    Free parking on site Places are limited. To book your place email your details, workshop preference &


Clinic Closures 26th& 27th April.

Due to industrial action by Junior Doctors all specialised booked appointment clinics are cancelled on 26th & 27th April.  We will remain open for our normal walk-in service for all emergencies.  Please contact the clinic on 020 8974-9331 if you have any concerns.  HIV services will remain open as usual.   Walk-in times as follows:


CSE Awareness Day, 18th March 2016

Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day 18th March 2016 March 18th is National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day. We are taking part to help raise awareness of child sexual exploitation, and encouraging everyone to Think, spot and speak out against abuse. Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is a type of sexual abuse in which children are sexually


Affection not INFECTION for Valentines Day!

   Remember to spread the affection not infection this Valentines day by taking care of yourself and your partner’s sexual health, and having condoms handy. See www.gettingiton.org.uk for more info.    


STI Awareness Day 2016

Did you know that STI Awareness Day is on the 14th of January? The awareness day was launched to encourage people to think about their sexual health – it’s a day to ask questions about sexual health, and maybe to question your own sexual health. Check out what’s going on here:   http://www.stiday.uk/


New Year, New You!

2016 is upon us! Start your year with a sexual health check, up at the Wolverton Centre. New year new you Poster2016



Christmas opening times 2015

Christmas opening times 2015


NEW CLINIC FOR ANYONE WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES CALLED ‘CONNECT’

What is Connect? Connect is a relationships and sexual advice service, specifically for people of all ages who have learning difficulties, autism and/or aspergers.  Appointments may be booked at 3.00 pm and 4.00 pm every Wednesday at The Wolverton Centre at Kingston Hospital which is a dedicated sexual health centre. Connect offers:- relationship advice and information


WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR VIEWS

Think we could do better for our patients?   Ever thought about becoming a “Patient Experience Volunteer” Asking patients, carers and visitors to give feedback is an important way to find out what matters to people and make improvements that really count. Volunteers will receive training to conduct professional research with patients that helps shape the future


IT’S HIV TESTING WEEK 21-28 NOV

NATIONAL HIV TESTING WEEK STARTS 21 NOV 2015   Get tested: it’s fast, easy, confidential and could save your life.   –          Get tested at here at the Wolverton Centre at Kingston Hospital (next to A&E) 020 8974 9331   –          Get tested in Kingston Town Centre at the “Yes  Bus” (by Accessorize) every day


WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR VIEWS

Think we could do better for our patients?   Ever thought about becoming a “Patient Experience Volunteer” Asking patients, carers and visitors to give feedback is an important way to find out what matters to people and make improvements that really count. Volunteers will receive training to conduct professional research with patients that helps shape the future


DID YOU KNOW WE PROVIDE INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTION

Injectable Contraception (called “Depo-Provera”) is a very reliable and convenient type of contraception. The injection is given every 12 weeks into the buttock.  You might find your periods are irregular to start with, but they often disappear altogether when you have been using the injection for a few months. Read more When can I attend?


NEW CLINIC FOR ANYONE WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES CALLED ‘CONNECT’

What is Connect? Connect is a relationships and sexual advice service, specifically for people of all ages who have learning difficulties, autism and/or aspergers.  Appointments may be booked at 3.00 pm and 4.00 pm every Wednesday at The Wolverton Centre at Kingston Hospital which is a dedicated sexual health centre. Connect offers:- relationship advice and information