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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)

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



Over done it? Too much PnP? Struggling with the Monday morning come down?

Come and have a chat with specialists from the Kingston Wellbeing Service, a joint service for those experiencing drug and alcohol issues and/or common mental health difficulties such as depression and anxiety.

They’ve got expert knowledge in drugs and alcohol in general as well as new drugs and club drugs, including G, Tina, Mephedrone and K.  From slamming to booty bumping, they’ve seen it all.

In the LGBTQ Clinic we can offer specialist assessments along with lots of specialist advice and information to help you make decisions about your drug (or alcohol) use. If you decide you need and want ongoing support, including detox, we can refer you in to our service or other relevant services in London.

Anyone attending the clinic can access this service. Ongoing support within the Kingston Wellbeing Service is for Kingston residents or those with a Kingston GP. For those who are not local, we can facilitate referrals to alternative services.


Click here for more information about the tests you will be offered when you attend the clinic