Contraceptive services

Sexual Health London are offering contraception and emergency contraception to people over the age of 16 who live in Lambeth, Southwark, Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Westminster, Ealing, Harrow, Hackney, City of London and Brent. Find out HOW IT WORKS.

Please note: We have created guidance around extended use of contraceptive devices during the coronavirus pandemic. Please download our leaflet to learn more.

You can use the contraception toolkit to help you decide which contraception method may be best for you. 

For more information on Contraception, Pregnancy and pleasure please visit Sexwise.

At the Jefferiss Wing we provide all forms of contraception, including emergency and long-acting reversible contraception. If you require contraceptive pills, patches, rings, diaphragms or injections, we advise you attend your local sexual health service. Use (NHS Choices), or Sexual Health London

Online booking service

You can now book appointments directly for intrauterine contraception (IUD, IUS, coils) and the contraceptive implant. You need to register with our online booking service. If you are already registered with the Jefferiss Wing, call our triage line on 0203 312 1225 to provide an up-to-date e-mail address so your records can be linked. 

Follow our 3 easy steps for online bookings:

  1. Login and register here
  2. Confirm registration on your email with the code you receive by text
  3. Update your visit details (medical information) after your booking is confirmed

If you are having trouble registering please read the step by step guide.

PLEASE note Implants are only fitted in the implant clinic and coils in the coils clinic

If you cannot see a green bar to select your appointment type, this is because there is no availability. Please check again. Appointments are released on a daily basis.  

Appointment window

Intrauterine devices (IUDs) and intrauterine systems (IUSs)

We can fit and remove intrauterine devices (IUD) and intrauterine systems (IUS), sometimes known as coils.

You can book a coil insertion or change here. If you would like a coil removed call our triage line on 0203 312 1225. 

Before you book an appointment, please watch this video by NHS Lothian Chalmers Sexual Health Centre. If you have any further questions please contact the triage line on 0203 312 1225 for advice .

Contraceptive implants

Book you contraceptive implant fitting removal or change here.

Please note if you cannot feel your implant, please call our triage line on 0203 312 1225 as we will need to refer you to a deep implant removal centre. Your GP or local contraceptive can also refer you.

Emergency contraception

If you need emergency contraception please call our triage line on 0203 312 1225.

For an appointment. We can:

  • provide oral emergency contraception, or the ‘morning after pill’ – we can provide this up to five days after you have had unprotected sex.
  • fit emergency coils – we can provide you with an emergency coil up to five days (120 hours) after you have had unprotected sex or or within five days of the earliest time you could have released an egg. If you’re not sure when your last estimated date of egg release was, please call our triage line on 020 3312 1225 to discuss with a nurse or doctor.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is medication that people who are at very high risk of catching HIV, can take to protect themselves from HIV and is now available on the NHS free

Depending on the type of sex you have and your medical history there are different ways that you can take PrEP, and it is extremely effective if taken correctly. 

  • Not everyone can take PrEP, for example some medications can interact badly, and it won’t work if you are already HIV-positive. 
  • It is important to remember it will not protect you against the other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as gonorrhea or syphilis.
  • People who take PrEP are required to have 3-monthly checkups for STIs and regular tests to ensure their kidneys are working well. 

To get your 3 monthly online STI check-up, register and request a kit from Sexual Health London.

If you would like to find out more about PrEP, discuss starting PrEP, or be monitored while taking PrEP , please call our sexual health triage line on 0203 312 1225 to arrange to speak to one of the team.

We also recommend that you read the this PrEP leaflet on the i-Base website

NHS PrEP trial 

  • The PrEP trial (also known as the IMPACT trial) is now closed and all trial participants will be switched over to NHS funded PrEP. 
  • Our sexual health services are still here for you, but we have had to change the way we do things because of coronavirus.   
  • To ensure social distancing, we are unable to operate a walk-in clinic. Access to our clinics is via a telephone assessment first. We are able to sort out many issues by phone consultation, but if you need to come in we can arrange an appointment
  • To access services call our sexual health appointment triage line on 020 3312 1225 between the following hours: 
  • Monday through Friday 09.00 to 16.30
  • Our triage team will take your details and you will be given a time slot for a telephone consultation on same / following day to speak with a doctor or nurse or be given advice on other services better suited to your need
    • Following your telephone consultation, we may advise that you:
      • attend the clinic to see us or to collect medication
      • receive postal medication
      • order an STI testing kit or get your contraception online from Sexual Health London or from another online providers 

People who take PrEP are required to have 3-monthly checkups for STIs and regular tests to ensure their kidneys are working well.  

To get your 3 monthly online STI check-up, register and request a kit from Sexual Health London