The Wolverton Sexual Health Service
Sexual Health, Contraception & HIV Care
At The Wolverton, we provide a free, comprehensive and confidential Sexual Health, Contraception and HIV service.
The Wolverton is currently open but working behind closed doors. We are using telephone consultations to assess sexual health or contraception care needs. Please visit our website for more sexual health advice and information about our service at this time or call 02089749331 to hear our opening times and options.
If another health professional has suggested you visit The Wolverton please still call 02089749331 first so we can ensure you receive the correct care.
For full details of all the care available at The Wolverton, please visit our dedicated website www.sexualhealthkingston.co.uk but here is a summary of some of our services:
- Advice, testing and treatment of STIs (sexually transmitted infections)
- Emergency contraception (Hormonal and IUD). If our service is closed hormonal emergency contraception (‘The Morning After Pill’) is also available from pharmacies
- Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for HIV – treatment given following sexual exposure to HIV. This is also available from Emergency Departments out of hours if needed. More information is available here
- Routine (Pills, Patch & Ring) and Long Acting Reversible (Coil, Implant & Injection) Contraception. More information is available here
- Free condoms
- Pregnancy testing and pregnancy options support
- Dedicated access for young people – The Point service
- Dedicated access for LGBTQ+ individuals – The K2 service
- Dedicated access for patients with learning difficulties – ask for The Connect service when you contact us
- Dedicated access for sex workers or those in the adult entertainment industry
- Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV – More information about PrEP is available here. If you would like to discuss PrEP please contact us and ask for the PrEP team.
- Follow up support for sexual assault. If you have recently been sexually assaulted please contact the police or a sexual assault referral centre for more immediate care
- Ongoing care for patients diagnosed with HIV, with a dedicated and experienced support team
- Specialist clinics for individuals with more complex sexual health conditions or needs; these are available following an initial (telephone) assessment with the clinic or by a direct referral from a GP or hospital consultant