Sexual health services
Please do not attend the Clinic if you have a fever and rash or have had contact with any person known to have a Mpox (monkeypox) infection.
If you have an appointment booked, please contact 020 8296 3910 to cancel the appointment, we can arrange a telephone consultation. If you are feeling unwell and displaying symptoms of Mpox please call 111.
For more information on Mpox www.nhs.uk/conditions/monkeypox
The Rosehill clinic
This is the main clinic and provides sexual health, contraception and HIV services. We are located in the main St Helier Hospital building, on the first floor of B block. We are currently unable to provide walk in services but we do offer emergency and routine appointments.
You can refer yourself to the clinic by completing the online booking forms or calling Sutton Health and Care on 020 8296 3910.
For Intrauterine Contraception (coil) appointments, please use this form.
For everything else use the Rosehill clinic self-referral form
We can only provide Mirena coils/ Intrauterine systems (IUS) and Implants for contraception. If you require one of these for reasons other than contraception, please see your GP.
Green Wrythe Lane Clinic
Open on Tuesday’s between 2 and 6pm
This is a new clinic for people under the age of 20.
The clinic provides a service offering free contraceptive pills, injections and implants (not coils, IUS/IUD’s) plus emergency hormonal contraception.
There is a mixture of walk in and appointment slots. You may get turned away if walk in capacity is reached.
If you would prefer an appointment: call Sutton Health and Care on 020 8296 3910 or complete the Rosehill clinic self-referral form
Robin Hood Lane Clinic
This is an appointment only clinic: you may be offered this as an alternative to other clinics.
Telephone calls go to Sutton Health and Care lines and your call will be dealt with confidentially and passed on to the clinic, and /or an appointment will be made for you, this is usually a telephone triage appointment prior to visiting the clinic . This line is busy, and the online booking service is the preferred method of contact for the service
When you come to the clinics, please do not bring any children with you and where at all possible, please attend alone.
Screening for STI’s
If under 25 and have no symptoms, you can order a testing kit for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea at www.freetest.me.To test for HIV and syphilis as well, please use the Sexual health London services detailed below
You can request a kit to test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea, HIV and Syphilis at https://www.shl.uk/clinic/the-rosehill-clinic. See below for full details of the Sexual Health London Services.
Sexual Health London—free home STI testing kit
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.
Information leaflets about sexually transmitted infections and contraception can also be downloaded from the Sexwise website (opens in a new window). These include leaflets about chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhoea, HIV, non-specific urethritis, pubic lice and scabies, syphilis, trichomonas vaginalis and thrush and bacterial vaginosis.
There is a large number of leaflets available from the Terrence Higgins Trust website (opens in a new window). Topics range from general information for gay men to living with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.