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Young Women's Clinic Tuesday 4-6pm
If you are aged 19 or under and female you can come to the young women's clinic on level 8, Ealing Hospital. Everyone here is friendly, supportive and available to help you with a confidential service.


Use the button above to visit our contraception pages for detailed information on the different types of contraception available.

You can speak to a sexual health advisor about anything related to your sexual health. We can provide you with contraceptive advice and methods including the pill, injection and the patch. These methods are only available when attending for testing for sexually transmitted infections. We also provide the emergency contraceptive pill.

You can get free condoms and femidoms.
We offer advice on Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis A, B, C, pregnancy and testing as necessary.
We can also give you support and advice on where to get help with drugs, alcohol, smoking, violence, sexual assault, female circumcision and housing.
Come to the walk-in clinic: Tuesday 4-6pm.
How do I get there?
  Need some advice or a test for an STI? Put your mind at rest, visit Ealing GUM clinic, level 8, Ealing Hospital or call (020) 8967 5555  

Uxbridge Road  Southall  Middlesex  UB1 3HW
(020) 8967 5555

This department is run by Ealing NHS trust

Website designed and constructed by Design Graphix in conjunction with
Samantha Keeling, Sexual Health Advisor, GUM/Sexual Health Clinic, Ealing Hospital

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