Sexual health

We provide free and confidential sexual health services across four sites in the boroughs of Lewisham and Greenwich. 

Services offered

Our sexual health clinics are dedicated to testing and treating a wide range of sexual health conditions led by specialist medical teams. Services offered include:

  • Tests and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Genital warts treatment including cryotherapy
  • HIV testing
  • Services for young people
  • Emergency hormonal contraception
  • PEP (post exposure prophylaxis)
  • PrEP (pre exposure prophylaxis)
  • Vaccinations
  • Genital skin care and advice

Please note we do not offer cervical smears – please contact your GP if you need to have this done.
 

Clinics in Lewisham

Lewisham Sexual Health Services are run from the three sites below. Please telephone the clinic to book an appointment.

Please note: walk-in appointments are now available for under 25s at the Downham Health and Leisure Centre clinic.

 

Clinic

Address

The Waldron Health Centre (New Cross)

Suite 8, 2nd Floor, Amersham Vale, London, SE14 6LD (opposite New Cross station)

T: 020 3049 3500

The Primary Care Centre (Hawstead Road, Catford)

1st Floor Hawstead Road, Catford, SE6 4JH

T: 020 3049 3500

Downham Health and Leisure Centre (under 25s only)

1st Floor, 7-9 Moorside Road, Downham, BR1 5EP

T: 020 3049 3500

See clinic opening times >>
 

Clinics in Greenwich

Sexual Health Services in Greenwich are run from the Trafalgar Clinic in Woolwich. 

Testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

If you do not have symptoms

If you do not have any symptoms and want a routine STI screen please go online and order a free, discreet home test kit which will be delivered to your door. This is an easy and convenient way to test for a range of STIs. 

  • Register your details and answer a few questions about what type of sex you are having
  • Order your test kit – it will be sent to you quickly and discreetly (there will be no identifying marks or logos on the packaging)
  • Take your samples and place it all back in the box, seal it up and pop it in your nearest post box as soon as you can. The results will be sent to you in via the option you chose when registering, ie text message or email

Ordering your test

If you receive a positive result, do not panic – the company who process the home testing kits will advise you on what to do next, or you can call your nearest clinic for advice.

Clinic contact details >>

If you have symptoms

If you have symptoms of any STI, or you are unsure whether you have symptoms, please call us to discuss your testing and treatment options.

For information on sexually transmitted infections including symptoms and treatment, please visit the NHS website.