Services

HIV/STI Screening and Treatment

Important Update:

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 provides a range of free and confidential services including free testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV.

There are many different types of STIs and they can affect people differently. Some STIs have symptoms including discomfort and irritation or can make it painful going to the toilet or having sex. Other STIs may have long-term effects on your health, including your ability to have children (infertility) and some STIs have no symptoms at all.

If you are sexually active, a regular sexual health check-up is recommended – especially if you change partners.

Our Service

Services available in our STI Testing and Treatment Service include:

  • Express sexual health screening service for people who have no symptoms
  • Rapid sexual health screening for people who need a full sexual health screen
  • Complex sexual health screening service for people who have symptoms or who are at higher risk of sexual ill health
  • HIV testing and access to support services
  • Support to reduce sexual risk
  • Hepatitis vaccination for people in communities at greater risk of acquiring Hepatitis infection
  • Free condoms and lube for men and women of all ages (condoms help protect against both STIs and pregnancy)
  • Assessment of and access to Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) treatment for people who have recently been exposed to possible HIV infection (this treatment needs to start within 72 hours)
  • Support in contacting and informing partners of the need to access STI testing

More Information

Visit our Appointment Times page for information about where to access HIV/STI Screening services or tel: 0114 226 8888