Specialist Sexual Health and Contraception Clinic for people of all ages with learning difficulties called CONNECT
Held every Wednesday 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
Individuals can book their own appointments or can ask someone to do it for them. Ask for a ‘Connect Appointment’ by:-
Phone: 020 8934 3399 and speak to Jane at the Wolverton Centre
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.
|Tuesday||09:00 – 13:30 & 14:15 – 16:30||Dr McCarthy|
|Wednesday||09:00 – 12:00||Dr McMorrow|
|Thursday||13:30 – 16:30||Dr Nathan|
Specialist Appointments for Young People at “The Point” at The Wolverton Centre
Appointments can be made on Tuesday afternoons, during The Point Clinic with Dr McMorrow. The Point is also a walk in Clinic every Tuesday between 4.00pm and 7.00pm where all those 18 and under can attend and see a Nurse or Doctor.
LGBTQ Sexual Health Clinic
Patients may attend any of our clinics, however, the LGBTQ Sexual Health Clinic 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)|
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.
|Tuesdays||8.30am – 4.00pm|