If we are closed and you have an urgent problem you have a number of options. Don't forget you can order postal testing kits at any time by visiting here
Pain/altered sensation with implant
Redness, swelling, oozing with implant
Unable to feel implant
If you have had unprotected sex and need emergency contraception, you can walk in to an axess clinic under the urgent criteria or find your local pharmacy here. PLEASE NOTE: Not all pharmacies offer emergency contraception for free so we advise that you call first to find out. Emergency contraception is also available from GPs, NHS walk-in centres and A&E departments - although there may be long waiting times.
If you think you have been exposed to HIV within the last 72hrs don’t wait for us to be open, go straight to A&E. The sooner you start taking it the more likely it is to prevent HIV.
For more information on PEP please visit the Terrence Higgins Trust Website here
If you are in pain or have an urgent problem that cannot wait until clinic is open please contact your GP or local walk-in centre. Note there may be another clinic of ours open in a different area. Click here to search for our clinics.