Sexual Health Services

Useful information

You can find all our clinics on this page including the opening times. We offer a mixture of booked appointments and walk in clinics. Times can change so please check the page before walking in to a clinic.

If you have been to a CNWL clinic  before then you may already know which clinic to go to. Each clinic page has information about the sexual health services available. If you are not sure visit our homepage to follow the symptom checker and be signposted to a clinic.   

For HIV treatment and hepatitis care visit this page

For information and support for sexual health problems including assessment and treatment visit this page.

If you are a sexual health professional and are interesting in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Training, visit our professionals page.

The Bridge Service for People with Learning Disabilities 

The Bridge Service helps people with learning disabilities to access sexual health services at Archway Centre and Mortimer Market Centre.

It offers:

  • Friendly, understanding staff to help you throughout your visit
  • Screening for sexually transmitted infections
  • Treatments, if you need them
  • Advice and information about sexual health, sexual behaviour and sexual problems
  • Free condoms and help with using them correctly
  • Referral to our contraceptive services

People with learning disabilities can refer themselves or be referred by general practitioners (GPs), family members, carers, case workers or social workers (with the client’s consent)

Making an appointment with the Bridge Service

To make an appointment telephone 020 3317 5252 and say that you would like an appointment with the Bridge Service.

Psychology leaflets
HIV prevention leaflets and links
Alcohol, Smoking, Drugs and Chemsex leaflets and links
Domestic violence
Womens health leaflets and links
Cervical screening

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

General skin conditons

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

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) leaflets and links
HIV leaflets and links
Sexual Problems, Advice and Treatment (SPATS)