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Check it Out @ Green Wrythe Lane Clinic for Under 20yrs

Green Wrythe Lane Clinic
The Circle, Middleton Road

Telephone: 020 8544 2016


Check it Out clinic for under 20's where you can get FREE condoms, emergency contraception, pills and advice. LARC can also be discussed and administered, please call first for any questions about LARC.

Click here to download our leaflet about LARC - Long Acting Reversible Contraception

We can test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea, as part of the national screening programme and HIV and syphilis if appropriate. Treatment for chlamydia is also available by appointment.

We offer support / advice around relationships for 13-19 year olds. 1 -2-1 support is sometimes offered to young people. We aim to work with any young people to help them to make healthy, appropriate choices around relationships




Advice & Information
Chlamydia Screening
Chlamydia Treatment
Emotional Well-being and Mental Health Support
Free Condoms
Free Emergency Contraception
Free Pregnancy Testing
HIV Testing
Oral Contraception
Other Contraception Available
Referral for Termination
Young People Specific

Opening Hours:

1.00pm - 7.30pm.
Please note:
Please call first for any questions regarding LARC (Long Acting Reversible Contraception)

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