Following the success of the pop-up HIV/STI testing clinic at the Moor Market in November, Sexual Health Sheffield will continue to offer this service inside the market at Unit 83 (Moor Market, S1 4PF) on the following dates:
Monday 3rd December 12pm-3pm
Wednesday 5th December 12pm-3pm
Friday 7th December 12pm-3pm
Monday 10th December 12pm-3pm
Wednesday 12th December 12pm-3pm
Friday 14th December 12pm-3pm
Monday 17th December 12pm-3pm
Wednesday 19th December 12pm-3pm
Friday 21st December 12pm-3pm
The pop-up offers free, confidential full STI screening – including HIV, Hepatitis, Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea – for asymptomatic patients (those with no symptoms).
These sessions at the Moor Market are in addition to STI screening available in our clinics (Royal Hallamshire Hospital and Firth Park Clinic) and via our community outreach service (scroll further down for more information).
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.
Services available in our STI Testing and Treatment Service include:
Visit our Appointment Times page for information about where to access HIV/STI Screening services or tel: 0114 226 8888
Community Outreach Sexual Health Information & STI Screening
Sexual Health Sheffield’s Prevention, Promotion & Outreach Team provide sexual health information and STI screening sessions in a range of community settings including:
National HIV Home Testing Scheme
Terrence Higgins Trust have launched a free national HIV home testing scheme. Self testing kits can be ordered from their website and will be delivered free of charge in an unmarked package to any UK address. The test involves taking a small blood sample from a finger prick and you will be able to read the result yourself within 15 minutes.