- General Enquiries
- 020 3312 1225
Coronavirus update for sexual health services
We’re making changes to our sexual health and HIV services to help respond to coronavirus and protect our patients, staff and visitors. Learn more on our sexual health page.
The PROUD@JW is a free confidential sexual health service, which provides sexual health testing and treatment for all members of the LGBTQ+ community and anyone requiring PrEP.
The PROUD@JW clinic offers the following services:
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is medication that people who are at very high risk of catching HIV can take to prevent HIV and is now available on the NHS.
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 when taken correctly.
Not everyone can take PrEP, for example people who are not at very high risk for HIV or who are already living with HIV.
It is important to remember that PrEP will not protect you against the other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as gonorrhoea or syphilis.
People who take PrEP are recommended to have 3-monthly check-ups for STIs and regular kidney function checks.
You can read more about PrEP here.
If you would like to find out more about PrEP, discuss starting PrEP, or be monitored while taking PrEP, please book an appointment online or call 0203 312 1225 to arrange to speak to one of the team.
If you are experiencing symptoms
If you are a member of the LGBTQ+ community and are experiencing symptoms, need treatment or vaccinations, please book an appointment online or call us on 0203 312 1225.
If you are not experiencing symptoms
If you are not experiencing symptoms and don’t need PEP or PrEP advice, you can get an online sexual health check-up with Sexual Health London. If you live in a borough where the Sexual Health London service is not available, you can find your local service either through SH24 or the NHS website.
St Mary's Hospital
London W2 1NY
020 3312 1225
This clinic is on:
Tuesdays 13.00 to 16.00
Wednesdays 17.00 to 19.10
Fridays 09.00 to12.00
What to expect at your appointment
When you arrive please check in at the reception on the ground floor who will direct you to the appropriate waiting area. If you are a new patient you will be asked to complete a short registration form.
You will receive some results during your visit and any others will be sent via a text message within a week.
Entry to the clinic is by self-referral through the online booking service or telephone number above.