GUM Clinic @ East Laith Gate House

Update 5th November 2020

Patients attending Clinics MUST wear Face Coverings, examples are; a mask, scarf, bandanna

FREE POSTAL TESTING KITS are now available for anyone aged 25 and over, who would like to be checked for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea but do not have any symptoms.

We are also able to include screening in 4 community sites for HIV & Syphilis as a blood test.  Please ask for advice when contacting the department for your postal kit.

If you would like to receive a postal testing kit, please call the following telephone numbers between these hours 9am-4pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri (Weds closed).

07598558336

Please scroll down below (Coronavirus COVID-19) regarding; information instructing you on how to make an appointment to be seen, if you have any of the following;

  1. I have symptoms, and need to check for sexually transmitted infections.
  2. I think I’ve been exposed to HIV and need PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis).
  3. I have been sexually assaulted.
  4. I have another problem and would rather not say.

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Due to Coronavirus and social distancing measures, we are changing the way we work in order to protect the health of patients and staff.

We are running telephone consultations and face to face appointments only.  To reduce the risk of virus transmission, please do not bring other people with you, unless you are dependent on them.

PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT, YOU WILL NOT BE SEEN.  The ‘SIT & WAIT’ clinic (walk-in) HAS STOPPED.

If you need to be seen for testing or treatment or any other reason;

PLEASE PHONE THE FOLLOWING PHONE NUMBER;

07884547705

Monday/Thursday 08.30-12.30am and 14.00-17.00pm

Tuesday/Friday 08.30-12.30am and 14.00-15.00pm

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE MESSAGES ON THIS MOBILE PHONE,

WE ARE UNABLE TO RETURN YOUR CALL 

Too make sure you speak to the correct person, on the phone the reception staff will ask you to choose from the following options;

  1. I have symptoms, and need to check for sexually transmitted infections.
  2. I think I’ve been exposed to HIV and need PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis).
  3. I have been sexually assaulted.
  4. I have another problem and would rather not say.
  5. I do not have any symptoms but would like a check up.

Patients who already have appointments

You will be contacted ahead of time and told whether to come at your allotted time, or whether you will be phoned at that time instead.

For URGENT PROBLEMS ONLY please phone 07884547705

We would ask you to respect our staff during these difficult times.