Sexual health clinic for young people
- General Enquiries
- 020 3312 1225
Our confidential sexual and contraception Young Persons’ service is dedicated to the under 25s.
We are a friendly and supportive team and offer a session just for you on Tuesday 3pm-7pm.
However, if you have symptoms you can attend at any time during our opening times.
Call us to book an appointment on 0203 312 1225
|If you are under 18, either book an appointment OR just turn up at the clinic during our opening hours and we will see you.|
ARC @ Jefferiss Wing for under 25s
First floor clinic
St Mary's Hospital
London W2 1NY
15.00 to 19.00, Tuesdays
Phone: 020 3312 1225
What to expect at your appointment
If you have any health concerns or symptoms, for example an abnormal discharge, then it is important that you let us know so we can plan the most appropriate tests for you.
You should tell us if you’re not happy having an intimate examination. We can talk about other ways of carrying out your tests. For example, you may be able to take a vaginal swab yourself or give a urine sample. You will be offered tests appropriate to your needs (we always recommend testing for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV and syphilis). Other tests and vaccinations will be added according to your needs.
Your visit to our Young Persons’ service will be confidential and we will not share information without your permission. However, if we believe you or others are in serious danger, we may need to speak to others to protect you. We will usually speak to you first if we are going to share information about you.
This service is a self-referral open access service.
For information about services, please contact 020 3312 1225.
Further contact information
Want to Know more about COVID, mental health health and other wellbeing topics check out Young People at Imperial.
Further online resources
- British Association for Sexual Health and HIV
- Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
- NICE guidance on reducing STIs and under 18s conceptions guidance
- Haven Paddington: Sexual assault referral centre at St Mary’s Hospital
- Worth Talking About
- Ask Brook