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Sexual Health (gum) Clinic - St. Helier Hospital

Medical G.U., St. Helier Hospital
Wrythe Lane
CARSHALTON
Surrey
SM5 1AA

Contact

Yvonne Walker


Telephone 020 8296 2543/2505
Fax 020 8296 2208

How To Contact

See Notes for more info

Area Served

Merton and Sutton

Type of Organisation

Statutory

Services Offered

Local clinic providing medical care and treatment for people with HIV/AIDS in the Merton and Sutton area, also HIV testing and information and treatment in the area of sexual health and sexual infections.

The clinic has health advisers who can provide information, counselling and support for people with HIV/AIDS, their families, partners and carers.

Many people with HIV have questions about their sexual health. These range from how to protect themselves from infections they can get through sexual contact, to how their partners can be protected from HIV. The clinic can provide confidential information, advice and counselling about these issues.

Main Client Groups Worked With

People with HIV/AIDS their families, partners and carers, also people requiring information and treatment in the area of sexual health and sexual infections.

Office Opening Hours

- Clinic Opening Hours - for men and women - Mixed Sessions:
Monday 9am-11.15am Mixed Walk-in Clinic (doors open 8.15am)
2pm-4.00pm APPOINTMENT NEEDED
Tuesday 9am-11.15am Mixed Walk-in Clinic (doors open 8.15am)
4pm-6pm APPOINTMENT NEEDED
Wednesday 9am-11.15am Mixed Walk-in Clinic (doors open 8.15am)
CLOSED PM
Thursday 9am-11.15am Mixed Walk-in Clinic (doors open 8.15am)
2pm-4.00pm APPOINTMENT NEEDED
Friday 9am-11.15am Mixed Walk-in Clinic (doors open 8.15am)
CLOSED PM
We now operate mainly walk-in clinics Monday to Friday where no appointment is necessary.
Appointment clinics:
We do have appointment clinics on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
Phoning for appointments: You may call at any of our open hours to try to book an appointment. However, during actual clinic hours receptionists may have the answering machine on if they are busy booking in patients already in the clinic. Please do not leave a message, but call back.
Please try to arrive about 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This gives a chance to make up a file for you if you are a new patient, or to update any records if you have moved address etc. If you are late we reserve the right not to fit you in, as this makes the whole clinic run behind.

How To Contact

Phone Health Advice line 020 8641 1256 or Clinic Reception 020 8296 2543/2505.
Letter to above address.

Available Access for People With Disabilities

Disabled Parking in hospital grounds.
Ramp entrance
Wheelchair access toilet
Wheelchair user height Reception desk.

Public Transport Links - How to get to there

The following buses go to Rose Hill (5 mins. walk):
151, 154, 157, 164, 280,S1,S4.
The nearest train stations are: St. Helier; then take 154 bus to Rosehill (then 5 mins. walk); and Carshalton; take 157 bus which stops outside hospital.

Languages other than English spoken by staff or volunteers

French, Arabic.


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