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Clinics & Times

SERVICES AFFECTED DUE TO COVID-19.   

PLEASE TELEPHONE FOR FURTHER ADVICE (DO NOT ATTEND THE CENTRE).  MORE INFORMATION

There are many different types of clinics available at the Wolverton Centre.  

Please choose from the options on the menu or view the full clinic timetable below

 

IMPORTANT: While attending the clinic, you may have a blood test or procedure.  We would advise that you have something to eat or drink prior to your visit to avoid any test or procedure resulting in you feeling faint afterwards.

FULL CLINIC TIMETABLE

PRINTABLE VERSION OF OUR CLINIC TIMETABLE

We have a set number of walk-in appointments available, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Please note we are closed on all bank holidays.     

DAY WALK-IN & WAIT

(no appointment required)

We have a set number of walk-in appointments available, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

If you have a complex need please telephone for advice before attending our walk-in clinic (eg, you have a coil problem, you need a scan, biopsy, or your GP has referred you to our service)

APPOINTMENTS

Bookable in advance on

Tel No. 020 8973 9331

or pop in & speak to a receptionist

 

 

 

Monday 8-11am (for everyone) 1:00-7.30pm
Tuesday 8-11am (for everyone)

plus The Point4-7pm for 18 year olds & under only*

1:00-7.30pm

(4:30-7:30pm for 24 year olds & under only*)

plus Connect:  2-4pm for those with learning difficulties, including  Autism, Aspergers, ADHD*

Wednesday 8-11am (for everyone)

plus LGBTQ+ clinic  5-7pm

1:00-7.30pm

Thursday 8-11am (for everyone) 1:00-7.30pm
Friday 8-11am (for everyone) 1:00-3:30pm

* Patients attending these clinics are also welcome to attend our general clinics detailed above.

Please note:

  • We advise men not to pass urine for 1 hour prior to attending the centre
  • Walk-in & Wait clinics – Please allow at least 2 hours for your visit
  • Appointment clinics – If you are attending an appointment and arrive late we may not be able to see you and you may need to rebook your appointment – If you no longer need your appointment, please cancel it in good time, in order that someone else can take your place.

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If the Wolverton Centre is closed and you have an urgent concern please see here

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WALK-IN

ATTEND A WALK-IN & WAIT SERVICE

We have a set number of walk-in appointments available, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

No appointment required.    Please allow at least 2 hours for your visit.

If you have a complex need please telephone for advice before attending our walk-in clinic (eg, you have a coil problem, you need a scan, biopsy, or your GP has referred you to our service)

Please note we are closed on all bank holidays.

SERVICES AFFECTED DUE TO COVID-19.    CALL BEFORE ATTENDING THE CENTRE   MORE INFORMATION

Monday        8–11am everyone welcome

Tuesday        8-11am everyone welcome  &  (The Point) 4-7pm for 18 yrs & under only* 

Wednesday  8-11am everyone welcome  &  LGBTQ+ Clinic  5-7pm*

Thursday      8-11am everyone welcome

Friday           8-11am everyone welcome

* patients attending these clinics are also welcome to attend our general clinics detailed above

We advise men not to pass urine for 1 hour prior to attending the centre

While attending the centre you may have a blood best or procedure.  We would advise that you have something to eat and drink prior to your visit to avoid feeling faint afterwards.

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DAY

APPOINTMENTS

(to be booked in advance on

Tel No. 020 8974 9331

or pop in & speak to a receptionist

Monday 1:00-7:30pm
Tuesday 1:00-7:30pm

(4:30-7:30pm for 24 year olds & under only*)

Wednesday 1:00-7:30pm

plus  Connect 2-4pm-for those with learning difficulties including Autism, Aspergers, ADHD*

Thursday 1:00-7:30pm
Friday 1:00-3:30pm

* Patients attending these clinics are also welcome to attend our general clinics detailed above

Please plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment and allow plenty of time for your visit.  If you are more than 10 minutes late we may not be able to see you and may ask you to book another appointment.

If you are unable to attend, please cancel your appointment so that is can be made available to others.  Text CANCEL to 07950 080253   

We advise men not to pass urine for 1 hour prior to attending the centre

While attending the centre you may have a blood best or procedure.  We would advise that you have something to eat and drink prior to your visit to avoid feeling faint afterwards.

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NO SYMPTOMS CLINIC

STI TESTING FOR PATIENTS WITH “NO SYMPTOMS”

Our No-Symptoms service is an STI testing service strictly for people who do not have any symptoms i.e. any changes in your body or health that you are worried about and want a quick check up (you will not be seen by a Doctor or Nurse).  We call this service a “U-Test” as YOU take your own tests (a urine sample for men and a self-taken vaginal swab for women) and a blood test is taken for you by a Technician.

This service is NOT suitable if:

  • You are under 18
  • You are a gay or bisexual man
  • You have been in contact with someone who has an infection
  • You have been sexually assaulted
  • You or your partner are from a high risk country – Africa, Asia, South America, Caribbean or Eastern Europe.
  • You wish to discuss any worries or concerns about your health with a doctor or nurse
  • You require contraception, a smear test or a pregnancy test

More information about U-Test

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TEST AT HOME

 HOME STI TESTING KITS

I live in a LONDON Borough including KINGSTON

Order a home testing kit through Sexual Health London (SHL).  SHL is an online sexual health service which is ideal for people who want a straightforward and convenient test without needing to visit the clinic.   You are eligible for this service if you have no symptoms, are over 16.  A free kit will be posted to you so you can take your own samples and return them directly to the SHL lab for testing.   Register now for a home testing kit

 

I live in the boundaries of SURREY County Council

Order a home testing kit through CNWL Sexual Health Services.  Register now for a home testing kit

 

I live in the boundaries of SUTTON County Council

For 25 year olds & over in the London borough of SUTTON

For  16-24yr olds in the London borough of SUTTON

 

I live in the boundaries of HOUNSLOW County Council

For people in the London borough of HOUNSLOW

EMERGENCIES

Due to Covid-19, see home page for latest Centre telephone opening times.

Out of hours seek advice from NHS 111 by telephone or online

Emergency Contraception

Unplanned pregnancy

Treatment following HIV risk (PEPSE)

Rape & sexual assault

HIV positive & unwell

SPECIALIST SERVICES

Specialist services

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Specialist Sexual Health and Contraception Clinic for people of all ages with learning difficulties called CONNECT

Held every Tuesday from 2pm at The Wolverton Centre, CONNECT provides advice and support regarding contraception, sexual health, relationships, safer sex, testing & treatment for STIs & HIV. This clinic is a dedicated service for people of all ages with learning difficulties.

Please see our Connect Leaflet for further information

For what to expect as a patient using the Connect Service please see our Your visit to Connect Kingston patient booklet

For our Connect Poster please click here

Click here for more information about CONNECT 

Relationships, The Internet & You.

Individuals can book their own appointments or can ask someone to do it for them.  Ask for a ‘Connect Appointment’ by:-

Phone:    020 8934 6845 and speak to Emma at the Wolverton Centre

Email:      khn-tr.wolvertoncentre@nhs.net

If you are a Healthcare Professional wishing to refer a patient to the Connect Service please complete and return our Connect External Referral Form

 

Specialist Consultant-led sexual health clinics at The Wolverton Centre

At The Wolverton Centre, we provide consultant clinics for patients with more complex sexual health conditions or needs.  These clinics can only be booked following an initial consultation/screen at the Wolverton Centre or by a direct referral from a GP or Hospital Consultant.

 

The Point- For Young People

Patients may attend any of our clinics, however, The Point is a one stop walk-in sexual health service for young people aged 18 years and under.  It provides sexual health screening, HIV testing, contraception (emergency, routine and long term), counselling, pregnancy testing and advice about sex and relationships.  You do not need to book an appointment in advance, just drop in.

Every Tuesday Walk in 4-7pm  (no appointment required).Due to Covid19 please call for further advice

Click here for more information about attending this clinic

Click here for information about emergency contraception

Want to know more about Sex & the Law?  

Can’t attend on a Tuesday? Click here for information about all the clinic choices available

 

LGBTQ+ Sexual Health Clinic

Patients may attend any of our clinics, however, the LGBTQ+ is a dedicated walk-in clinic for those who identify as LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning)

THE LGBTQ+ CLINIC (previously known as K2 clinic) provides comprehensive sexual health screening, HIV testing including rapid testing (finger prick), Hepatitis vaccinations, HPV vaccinations (Human Papilloma Virus) and treatment following HIV risk (PEPSE).  All practitioners are skilled and experienced in dealing with all sexual health concerns.

Every Wednesday Walk-in 5-7pm (no appointment required).Due to Covid19 please call for further advice

 

Clinical psychology clinic at The Wolverton Centre

An experienced clinical psychologist provides clinics for psychological issues related to sexual health or HIV.  Appointments are by referral only from a doctor or nurse within the clinic.