Sexual Health Sheffield has moved from Central Health Clinic
Sexual Health Sheffield has moved from its city centre base at Central Health Clinic on Mulberry Street to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. This clinic is at 11a, B Road, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2JF (formerly known as the Department of Genito-Urinary Medicine).
We continue to offer a welcoming and confidential service to people of all ages including pregnancy testing and advice, contraception choices and advice, and the screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
The walk-in service for STI screening has also changed. Please call (0114) 226 8888 in the morning to be allocated an appointment for the same day. You can also call this number to book future STI screening appointments. Bookable and walk-in appointments are available for contraception services.
The Youth Clinic for young people aged 19 and under, has also moved to the clinic at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital and remains a walk-in service.
Sexual Health Sheffield and Sheffield Futures also offer a sexual health drop-in for young people on Tuesdays from 3.30pm-6pm (last appointment 5.30pm) at Star House, 43 Division Street, S1 4GE (use side entrance on Carver Street).
To book an appointment or for more information about our opening times telephone (0114) 226 8888
Firth Park Clinic and Vasectomy Service are unaffected.
Sexual Health Sheffield
(Formerly Department of GUM)
Entrance 11a, B Road
Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Sheffield S10 2JF
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Sexual Health Sheffield Firth Park Clinic
Sheffield S5 6NU
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We provide a range of services at our clinics, including:
- free range of contraception including Emergency Contraception
- free testing and treatment for all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including gonorrhoea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV and Hepatitis B and C
- free walk-in clinics (appointments subject to availability on the day)
- free condoms
- free hepatitis B vaccination
- free post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV (PEPSE)
- free pregnancy tests, information and advice
- free youth clinics
- free clinics for men who have sex with men
- free vasectomies
What happens at Sexual Health Sheffield?
When you attend for your appointment, you will be asked to provide the following:
- Your name and how we can contact you – any details you provide will be treated confidentially
- During your visit you will be asked personal information so we can provide the relevant and appropriate care
- We have a duty of care to all our patients, so if you are 17 or under you will be asked relevant questions to assess your safety. If staff are concerned, they may talk to you about what to do about this and may contact other appropriate agencies. Sexual Health Sheffield will not tell your parents or carers that you have visited Sexual Health Sheffield
This is the service you can expect when you attend Sexual Health Sheffield:
- All advice, information, tests, condoms and treatments are free at Sexual Health Sheffield
- No one should judge you because of your sexual behaviour or lifestyle
- All our services are confidential
- All Sexual Health Sheffield workers are appropriately and fully trained NHS staff
- All tests are optional; no examination will take place without your permission
- Routine testing covers testing for all STIs
- Please ask questions to ensure you fully understand what services have been offered, what tests carried out and what treatments given
- You can have a chaperone to help you feel more comfortable – please ask
- Our friendly & professional staff are here to help you. We will give you as much support as you need (particularly if you need help on how to inform any partners)
If you feel that we have not met the above or want to give us any other feedback, please contact us via www.sth.nhs.uk/patients/tell-us-what-you-think