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Hillside Primary Care Centre
150 Hilltop Avenue,
Tel: 020 3188 7363
For people 21 years and under there is a separate clinic on:
Belsize Priory Health Centre
208 Belsize Road
Tel: 0207 317 5718
Bus routes 31,139,189,C11
Trains Kilburn High Road (London Overground)
Kilburn Park (Bakerloo)
Monday 5.00-6.30 Walk-in and appointments
Tuesday NO CLINIC
Wednesday NO CLINIC
Thursday 9.00-11.30 appointments,1.00-3.30 appointments and Walk-in
Friday 9.00-11.30 IUD clinic and Walk-in
Walk-in clinics are only able to see a limited number of patients. This varies according to the number of staff available. Clinics are run on a first come, first served basis – when demand for service is high, appointment slots are filled quickly.
Sexual Health On Call (SHOC)
We provide a confidential help line to young people : Time 4 U 07890 990 636.
Tel: 0207 604 4826 www.sexualhealthoncall.org
Young People's Sexual Health Services - Provider: Evolve/Young Addaction
97 Cobbold Road, Willesden, London, NW10 9SU
Tel: 0208 8459 9510
For workshops contact:
M: 07939 688 128
For referrals contact:
M: 077795 302 966
The Northwick Park Genito-urinary Medicine (GUM) clinic
Tel: 020 8869 3147 / 3148
When can I visit them?
For people 25 years and under:
Patrick Clements Centre Genito-urinary Medicine (GUM) clinic
Central Middlesex Hospital,
Tel: 020 8453 2221
When can I visit them?
For people 19 years and under:
If you are sexually active and under 25 you should be tested for chlamydia annually and the test for chlamydia is simple and FREE - just one quick and painless test that you do yourself. You do NOT need to be examined!
Here in Brent, the Council funds the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) to provide the free chlamydia testing service for young people aged 16-24 years. So, if you're under 25, just click on this link to receive your free home test kit on THT's Young and Free web page.
If you access Young and Free we welcome your feedback. Please complete our Young and Free survey.
This service is confidential - this means it will NOT tell anyone about what you tell us. The service will send you details of the results but not your name or contact details.
Where else can I access information about chlamydia?
· Terrence Higgins Trust
· National Chlamydia Screening Programme
· NHS Choices
Or contact Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) directly:
Brent Chlamydia Programme Lead
Terrence Higgins Trust
Office Tel: 0203 815 5730
Direct email: Neil.Sollow@tht.org.uk
School Nursing Service - Provider: Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH)
Angela Cody, Critical Business Unit Manager
Mob: 07920 821 090
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Come Correct scheme provides access to free condoms in a variety of locations (outlets) across London. Register and get condoms or advice from any outlet displaying the Come Correct logo.
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