Sexual Health

Sexual Health Services

We offer a wide range of sexual health services for registered patients

  • Contraception Advice
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Repeat Pill Prescriptions
  • Contraceptive Implants
  • Coil Removal & fitting
  • Chlamydia self testing for 16 - 24 year olds
  • Free condoms & lubricants
  • Psychosexual counselling
  • Screening for sexually transmitted infection including HIV testing

Reception would be happy to book you an appointment or answer any queries you have.

Local sexual health services

The Wolverton Centre is a large, modern, purpose built centre, specialising in sexual health services for women and men of all ages. All consultations are free and the service is confidential. No GP referral is required. The centre is on Kingston Hospital site, on Galsworthy Road, next to A&E and is open Monday-Friday for a mixture of appointment only and walk in clinics.

Call 020 8974 9331 for further information or to book an appointment.


Go to  Safe Haven fax 020 8481 0078

Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Road,
Kingston upon Thames,

KU19 is Kingston's health service for young people aged 19 and under. For health advice and information, including advice on sexual health, you can call, text, email or simply drop into one of the KU19 Clinics around the Borough.

Services available at the clinics include free condoms, emergency contraception, advice and information, pregnancy testing and more. No appointment is necessary - just drop in!

Telephone: 020 8549 6323 (9am-5pm)

Text: 07781 488019


The Point clinic is based at the Wolverton Centre for Sexual Health, Kingston Hospital, Glasworthy Road, Kingston KT2 7QB (next to the Accident & Emergency Department).
The Point clinic takes place every Tuesday between 4-6pm for young  people aged 18 years and under.
No appointment is necessary, just drop in for a free friendly and confidential service offering:-

  • Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Pregnancy testing and advice
  • Condoms
  • Contraceptive advice
  • Advice about sex and relationships

Telephone: 020 8974 9331

Hawks Road Clinic community contraception sexual health clinic offers a wide range of contraceptive and confidential advice. Free pregnancy testing and well woman advice is also available.

The clinic is open to any age group and no appointment is necessary.

  • Monday evening - 6.30pm - 8.30pm
  • Tuesday evening - 6.30pm - 8.30pm.

Telephone: 020 8546 1115

Please note: Screening for sexually transmitted infections is not available at Hawks Road Clinic. If you require this service, please contact the Wolverton Centre for Sexual Health based at Kingston Hospital on 020 8974 9331.

Community contraception and sexual health clinics offer a wide range of free contraception and sexual health services to all, which are non judgmental, friendly and accessible to everyone.

Hawks Road Clinic
Hawks Road
KT1 3EW 

  • Telephone- 020 8546 1115
  • Monday evenings – 6:30- 8:30
  • Tuesday evenings - 6:30-8:30

The Merritt Medical Centre  
Merritt Gardens

Telephone: 020 8397 6361
Thursday- 4.00 – 6.00 pm

Saturday Walk in Clinics at Hollyfield House,                                                           Hollyfield Road, Surbiton, KT5 9AL,                                                            Telephone: 020 8549 6323

K-Zone clinic Kingston College Kingston Hall Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. KT1 2AQ

  • Monday 12.00 – 2.00 pm

Working in partnership with local education we provide high quality contraceptive and sexual health services within the local further education college

Useful Links West London Sexual Health Website for young People) (Kingston website for young people) (National sexual health website for young people)

Sexwise Helpline 0800 28 29 30 (free phone 7am – midnight, 7 days a week) free and confidential advice line for young people under 18, on anything to do with sex, relationships and contraception. Information of where to access local services for contraception, emergency hormonal contraception, referral for termination, testing for sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing etc. (national Chlamydia Screening Programme- patient and professional sections. Includes a search facility to find Chlamydia screening offices across the country.


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