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Ealing Hospital NHS Trust
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Sexual health

Sexual health is dealt with by the Infection and Immunity department which cares for both inpatients and outpatients on level 8 of the hospital.  There are walk-in clinics for people who wish to be screened for sexually-transmitted infections. 

 
Services offered:

 

  • GUM clinics

  • Fever clinic (weekly), specialising in hepatitis and tropical medicine
     

  • Sexual health clinic (Level 8), four sessions a week, one in the evening

 

  • Genito-urinary outpatient clinic, four times a week, one late night
     

  • Young women's (19 and under) sexual health and contraception clinic
     

  • Health advisers



  • Emergency contraception and condoms to Genito-urinary
    patients


  • In-house pharmacy


  • Telephone results line for existing patients


  • HIV and sexually transmitted disease testing without referral
    letter


  • Complementary therapy


  • Psychosexual counselling


  • Chronic sexual health problems clinic


  • Newfill clinic for HIV patients



How to access the service

For the fever clinic a referral letter is required from your GP or consultant.

Genito-urinary patients do not require referrals from GPs or
consultants.

New HIV patients are generally referred via another service; existing
patients are generated from the Genito-urinary service.


Core staffing

The unit has four consultants, a dedicated team of  specialist nurses
and other ancillary staff.

Key Info

Contact:
Tel: 020 8967 5555

Useful Websites:

 

Sexual health pages on NHS Choices: