Sexual Health Services for Merton Residents.
It can be really difficult to talk about sex but it is very important to find out about contraception and consent so you can make the right choices.
Everyone has questions or worries about sex and it’s normal to feel like this. You should be able to ask whatever you want and not be embarrassed.
This section will provide you with information on healthy relationships, consent, contraception, sexually transmitted disease and where you can get confidential help and support.
In Merton sexual health services operate from:
Patrick Doody Clinic, 79 Pelham Road, Wimbledon, SW19 1NX
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 1pm – 7.30pm Tuesday 9.30am – 4.30pm (appointment only) Saturday 10am – 12noon
Wide Way Medical Centre, 15 Wide Way, Mitcham, CR4 1BP
Monday 3pm – 7pm (appointment only) Thursday 2.45pm – 4.45pm (young person’s walk-in clinic for under 20s)
Merton young people outreach
Spectra deliver the ‘Check it Out’ service which is a specific young person’s (under 20s) outreach service for working with schools to deliver contraception and sexual health messages. They also work with higher education colleges and other local community settings used by young people where CLCH provide clinical input such as EHC (emergency hormonal contraception), chlamydia and gonorrhoea screening, free condoms, pregnancy testing, alcohol and substance misuse advice, advice on sex and relationships and fast track referral to appropriate mainstream clinics as appropriate including chlamydia screening.
All clinic information is available on https://www.clch.nhs.uk/