The Rosehill Clinic

All walk-in clinics have been suspended until further notice at The Rosehill Clinic and all clinics suspended at Jubilee.

For contraception including pills, depo injections, implants, IUCs (coils), emergency contraception (morning after pill), pregnancy testing and referral for abortion. This clinic also provides STI screening and treatment (including people who have symptoms) and for advice if you think you may have been in contact with someone who has an STI.

SERVICE ALERT COVID-19 Outbreak

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in the UK, our services are significantly affected. 

All walk-in clinics have been suspended until further notice at The Rosehill Clinic and all clinics suspended at Jubilee Clinic.

We are providing a limited service Monday to Friday at The Rosehill Clinic

ALL patients are requested not to attend the clinic but to call 020 8296 3910 and a telephone consultation will be arranged to discuss your sexual health/contraception needs.  ​

You can refer yourself to the clinic by completing Rosehill clinic self-referral form

If you are under 20 years of age you can refer yourself to the clinic by completing Check it out self referral form

If you are asked to come to the clinic, please do not bring any children with you  and where at all possible, please attend alone.

If under 25 you can request a chlamydia and gonorrhoea at https://www.shl.uk/clinic/the-rosehill-clinic or request a kit from sexual health london, see below.

BASHH have produced some information around social distancing, sex and covid: https://www.bashh.org/news/news/bashh-issues-guidance-on-sex-social-distancing-and-covid-19/

Please check back for future updates as the situation progresses.

Rosehill Clinic has moved  to the main hospital building and is now located  on the first floor of B block.

We are now part of Sexual Health London see below for the link to register.

Sexual Health London—free home STI testing kit

Sexual Health London logo

Sexual Health London is an online sexual health service for people without symptoms. If you do not have any symptoms and have not knowingly been in contact sexually with someone with an infection, just register and complete the online consultation. If the service is right for you, a free kit will be posted out so you can collect your samples and return them for testing. The results will be available in a few days.​