CNWL

Sexual Health Services
in London and Surrey

STIs and contraception

London contraception and STI care

I need emergency contraception or post-exposure HIV prevention (exposed to HIV in the last 72 hours)

You can walk in between 9.30am and 4pm Monday to Friday at these locations:

You can call us on 020 3317 5252, lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

I need contraception or advice about contraception

  • For information on contraceptive methods click here
  • To request the oral contraception tablets online click here (this service is available to residents of Camden, Islington, Barnet and Haringey aged 18 or over) 
  • If you do not live in one of these boroughs or would like another method of contraception, please call us on 020 3317 5252 to book a telephone appointment with a clinician. Lines are open Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00

In Barnet women can also get Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) at the following GP practices. 

I think I have an STI (symptoms)

If you have minor symptoms such as suspected thrush, bacterial vaginosis or cystitis check the NHS choices website for self-management advice.

  • Otherwise call us on 020 3317 5252 to book a telephone appointment with a clinician. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

I think I have an STI (no symptoms)

  • We currently are unable to offer this service in our clinics.
  • Residents of most London boroughs can access the London Sexual Health Programme online testing service, click here
  • If you have had sex with someone who has an infection but you have no symptoms you can also access the London Sexual Health Programme as above.
Surrey contraception and STI care

I need emergency contraception or post-exposure HIV prevention (exposed to HIV in the last 72 hours)

You can walk in between 09:30 and 16:00 Monday to Friday at these locations:

You can call us on 020 3317 5252, lines are open Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00.

I need contraception or advice about contraception

  • For information on contraceptive methods click here
  • To request the oral contraception tablets online click here
  • To discuss your contraception or get more supplies please call us on 020 3317 5252

I think I have an STI (symptoms)

  • If you have minor symptoms including suspected thrush, bacterial vaginosis or cystitis check the NHS choices website for self-management advice.
  • Otherwise call us on 020 3317 5252 to book a telephone appointment with a clinician.
    Lines are open Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00.

I think I have an STI (no symptoms)

  • We currently are unable to offer this service in our clinics.
  • You can use the online testing service click here to order your test kit
  • If you have had sex with someone who has an infection but you have no symptoms you also can use the online testing service as above.
PrEP

PrEP is a medication taken by HIV negative people to reduce their chance of contracting HIV.  Information and guides on PrEP are available from i-base

Appointments to start PrEP are available at Mortimer Market Centre (Camden), Archway Centre (Islington) and Buryfields Clinic (Guildford) for:

  • Men who have sex with men and trans women who have had condomless sex anal sex in the last 6 months
  • People whose partner is HIV positive and is having condomless sex, unless their partner has been on HIV treatment for 6 months and their viral load is <200
  • Anyone who was registered on the Impact PrEP trial with another service

If any of these apply to you please book an online STI screen, including HIV test, via SHL for London residents or Surrey online for Surrey residents.  Once you have your results, or if you cannot access either of the online services, call us on 020 3317 5252 for an appointment

If none of the above apply to you but you are concerned about your HIV risk, please give us a call and we will book you an appointment to discuss your options

If you have received PrEP from us in the past as part of the Impact Trial, you can still get your supply from us in the usual way.  Please book an online STI screen, including HIV test, via SHL for London residents or Surrey online for Surrey residents.  Once you have your results, or if you cannot access either of the online services, call us on 020 3317 5252 for an appointment

 

 

 

 

 

Haringey Young Peoples Services and LARC (coils and implants) for all women

I need contraception or advice about contraception

  • Long acting reversible contraception for women of all ages
  • Young People under 25 sexual health and contraception

How to book

  • Call 020 3317 5252 

Where to book and opening times

You can access these services Monday and Tuesday between 9.30am and 4pm at Lordship Lane (239 Lordship Lane, N17 6AA)  or Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9.30am and 4pm at Morum House (Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8HE) 

Young Peoples Clinic (under 19s)

  • Under 19s drop ins (under 16s welcome too) on Tuesdays 1pm to 4pm at Lordship Lane and Thursday 1pm to 4pm at Morum House. No appointment needed.

I need emergency contraception

  • All types of Emergency Contraception are available for young people under 25 years (walk-in or phone 0203 317 5252 for appointment)
  • Post coital IUD (coil) is available for women of all ages (phone 0203 317 5252 for appointment)

You can access these services Monday and Tuesday between 9.30am and 4pm at Lordship Lane (239 Lordship Lane, N17 6AA)  or Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9.30am and 4pm at Morum House (Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8HE)

Young Peoples Clinic (under 19s)

  • Under 19s drop ins (under 16s welcome too) on Tuesdays 1pm to 4pm at Lordship Lane and Thursday 1pm to 4pm at Morum House. No appointment necessary. 

I think I have an STI (symptoms)

  • Young People under 25 sexual health and contraception

How to book

  • Call 020 3317 5252 

Where to book and opening times

You can access these services Monday and Tuesday between 9.30am and 4pm at Lordship Lane (239 Lordship Lane, N17 6AA)  or Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9.30am and 4pm at Morum House (Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8HE) 

Young Peoples Clinic (under 19s)

  • Under 19s drop ins (under 16s welcome too) on Tuesdays 1pm to 4pm at Lordship Lane and Thursday 1pm to 4pm at Morum House. No appointment needed.

I think I have an STI (no symptoms)

  • Long acting reversible contraception for women of all ages
  • Young People under 25 sexual health and contraception

How to book

  • Call 020 3317 5252 

Where to book and opening times

You can access these services Monday and Tuesday between 9.30am and 4pm at Lordship Lane (239 Lordship Lane, N17 6AA)  or Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9.30am and 4pm at Morum House (Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8HE) 

Young Peoples Clinic (under 19s)

  • Under 19s drop ins (under 16s welcome too) on Tuesdays 1pm to 4pm at Lordship Lane and Thursday 1pm to 4pm at Morum House. No appointment needed.
Alternatively, residents of most London boroughs can access the London Sexual Health Programme online testing service, click here

If you have had sex with someone who has an infection but you have no symptoms you can also access the London Sexual Health Programme as above.

 

New NHS emergency hormonal contraception service for young people under 25 in Barnet Community Pharmacies

In Barnet women can also get Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) at the following GP practices. 

  • Addington Medical Centre
  • Dr Azim and Partners
  • Heathfielde Medical Centre 
  • Hendon Way Surgery
  • Jai Medical Practice
  • Lane End Medical Group
  • Millway Medical Practice 
  • Mulberry Medical Centre
  • Oak Lodge Medical Centre
  • Pennine Drive Surgery
  • Penshurst Gardens Surgery
  • Ravenscroft Medical Centre
  • Rosemary Medical Centre
  • St. George's Medical Centre
  • The Everglade Medical Practice
  • The Speedwell Practice
  • Torrington Park Group Practice
  • Wakemans Hill Surgery (The Surgery)
  • Watling Medical Centre

 

Useful information (leaflet and links)

Abortion

Alcohol, smoking, drugs and chemsex

Cervical screening

CNWL are not commissioned to provide routine cervical screening. Please contact your GP if your screening is due

Possible cervical screening text messaging scam.

Public Health England has advised us of a possible cervical screening text messaging scam.

Some women are being contacted by text message advising them they are overdue for screening at their General Practice. The message asks them to call a mobile number and provide personal details.

Please do not respond to these text messages.

These messages are not from the NHS Cervical Screening Programme.

If you have questions, please contact your GP to confirm when you are next due to attend cervical screening.

Contraception

General skin conditions

HIV prevention

Menopause

CNWL are not commissioned to provide menopause care. We do not fit the Mirena IUS in women not needing contraception.

STIs

Sexual health problems, advice and treatments (SPATS)

Women's health