The testing, treatment and advice services currently available to patients will not change, but Sexual Health South West London is opening a new centre on 19 November in Wandsworth on the 1st Floor of 160 Falcon Road, next to Clapham Junction station.
On the 19 November the current clinics at Queen Mary’s Hospital and Balham Health Centre will move to this new centre.
We will continue to work from Queen Mary’s Hospital until 31 October, from which date this clinic will move temporarily to the Balham Health Centre. The Balham Health Centre clinic will stay open until 17 November. After these dates, all sexual health services in Wandsworth will move to Falcon Road. Other centres in Merton and Richmond will continue unchanged.
All our sites are run by friendly, expert, non-judgemental staff offering a fully integrated sexual health and contraception service.
Falcon Road will be the hub of Sexual Health South West London’s services for three London boroughs (Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth) – with satellite clinics in Mitcham, Twickenham and Wimbledon.
It will be open from Monday to Saturday and will include regular sessions (including walk-in) specialising in care for young people, women, gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM).
Five locations for sexual health services will be available across the London Boroughs of Wandsworth, Richmond and Merton. Please see the list below for locations, standard opening times and summary of services offered at each site.
For updates and more information visit www.shswl.nhs.uk
If you have any questions about the new services please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: HIV services are staying at St George’s Hospital.
Booking and information line: 0333 300 2100
Lines operate 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday. A recorded message gives useful information outside these hours.
If you have any symptoms you will currently need to be seen at one of our sites in Wandsworth. Please call the booking line for details.
All of our clinics provide routine contraception and sexual health testing, treatment and advice. Please call the booking and advice line to check which clinic you should use. We can help with:
- STI testing and treatment
- HIV testing and post sexual exposure treatment (PEP)
- Pregnancy testing
- Referral for termination of pregnancy (abortion)
- Emergency contraception (morning after pill)
- On-going contraception, including Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)
- Free condoms
Advice and signposting
- Sexual assault
- Relationship / domestic violence
There will be five clinics running across the three boroughs. A summary of the sites in each borough is listed below.
160 Falcon Road
Full clinic information to follow.
The Medical Centre
29-35 Holly Road
This clinic will offer a routine sexual health and contraception service led by our nursing team.
Please note: visits to this centre are by booked appointments only - apart from Thursday, where there is a nurse-led walk-in clinic (5.30pm-7.30pm).
Wednesday 9am - 11.30am Morning clinic (booked appointments only); 12.00pm - 3.00pm Psychosexual counselling service (referrals only); 5.30pm - 7.30pm Evening clinic (booked appointments only)
Thursday 5.30pm - 7.30pm Walk-in clinic (nurse-led appointments and bookable doctor appointments)
This clinic will offer a routine sexual health and contraception service led by our nursing team with bookable doctor appointments.
Tuesday 6pm - 8pm (booked appointments only)
79 Pelham Road
This clinic offers a routine sexual health and contraception service led by our nursing team and booked appointments with doctors.
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 1pm - 7.30pm
Tuesday 9.30am - 4.30pm (appointment only)
Saturday 10am – 12noon
15 Wide Way
This clinic offers a routine sexual health and contraception service led by nurses and doctors. Visits to this centre are by booked appointments only.
Monday 3pm - 7pm (appointment only)
Thursday 2.45pm - 4.45pm Walk-in Clinic for young people (21 and under)