HIV and hepatitis care
Our HIV and hepatitis services
Our free and confidential outpatient services offer treatment and care for people living with HIV in London and Surrey.
We also offer hepatitis B and hepatitis C care at Bloomsbury Clinic in London.
For more information about our services, including what to do if you want to transfer your care to us, please visit our clinic pages.
If you want to find out more information about HIV, visit the NAM website.
Bloomsbury Clinic, Mortimer Market Centre, London
Buryfields Clinic, Guildford
Earnsdale Clinic, Redhill
Important information for women with HIV taking Dolutegravir
Dolutegravir is a drug used in combination with other medication to treat HIV. We prescribe it under the brand names Tivicay or Triumeq
Preliminary data show that taking dolutegravir for HIV before pregnancy may increase the risk of birth defects in the baby such as spina bifida (abnormal spinal cord).
If you are taking dolutegravir and you can become pregnant you should use an effective contraception.
If you are taking dolutegravir and wish to become pregnant please talk to your doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacy about whether dolutegravir remains the most appropriate treatment.
If you are pregnant and using dolutegravir, you should consult your doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacy. Do not discontinue dolutegravir as this may harm you and your unborn child.
Tell your doctor if you become pregnant, think you might be pregnant or are planning to become pregnant. Your doctor will review your treatment.
If you have any questions about your treatment or contraception, speak to your doctor, specialist nurse or pharmacist.
If you wish to speak to someone for more information please call the clinic on 020 3317 5100
Information about how we share your records
Bloomsbury, Earnsdale and Buryfields HIV Clinics, as part of Central and North West London (CNWL), partner with University College London Hospitals (UCLH) for many services including blood tests, prescriptions and, for London, X-rays/scans, inpatient admissions and specialist referrals.
UCLH are updating their electronic record system and we hope this will be a seamless process without any disruption to your care.
Please note that medication prescribed by CNWL may be visible to other UCLH departments who are seeing you for medical care at UCLH (for example if you attend UCLH Accident and Emergency, UCLH outpatients or are admitted as an inpatient). This is an important safety check to prevent you being given medication that may interact with your HIV drugs. Your information will only be seen by those who need to see it and they will only be given access to the information required to provide the best possible care. If you don’t want your records to be shared please discuss this with your clinician.
Your Bloomsbury/Buryfields/Earnsdale clinic record will not be visible or accessible outside of CNWL.
You can find out more about how your personal information is used by CNWL here:
CNWL Your Information Leaflet
ICNWL General Data Protection Regulation – Privacy Notice