You have no symptoms and just need a routine check up

If nothing is wrong and you want routine tests for sexually transmitted infections you can:

You need treatment for gonorrhoea or chlamydia

If you have tested positive for either gonorrhoea or chlamydia you can walk into Dean Street Express and we’ll sort out treatment for you.

This service gets very busy between 11am-1pm and after 5pm.

Please let any recent partners know before you come as they may need treatment too.

You’ll need to make an appointment at 56 Dean Street if you need treatment for other problems.

You have been told that you have been in contact with gonorrhoea or chlamydia

The tests may miss gonorrhoea or chlamydia that was caught in the last 2 weeks.

  • If your sex was within the last 2 weeks, we’ll offer to treat right you right away.
  • If it was more than 2 weeks, we’ll just run the tests (You’ll get the results within 6 hours).

 

You can walk into Dean Street Express without an appointment

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.This service gets very busy between 11am-1pm and after 5pm.

You’ll need to make an appointment at 56 Dean Street if you need treatment for other problems.

You may have been exposed to HIV in the last 72hrs & think you need PEP

PEP is an anti-HIV medication that is prescribed to a HIV negative person, within 72 hours of potential exposure to HIV. Ideally it should be started within 24 hours. It needs to be taken for 28 days. A&E departments are able to start PEP when the clinic is closed.

PEP is recommended if there is a greater than 1 in 1000 chance of catching HIV. Check our PEP calculator to work out if you need it.

You can walk into 56 Dean Street without an appointment. Arrive as early in the day as possible.

Go straight to Level 1 reception.

Anything else

Book an appointment at 56 Dean Street if you have a sexual health problem or symptoms  

You can book in clinic, online or by phone.

  • Telephone – 020 3315 6699
  • Book online here

 

Emergency Appointments

56 Dean Street has limited emergency appointments. If you hope to be seen, we recommend you contact us as soon as we open.. A nurse will assess you and may ask you to return at another time.

Urgent problems include:

  • Blisters on your genitals
  • Discharge from a penis
  • A partner has told you that they have syphilis or LGV
  • You have flu-like symptoms 2-6 weeks after possible exposure to HIV

 

Psychosexual Counselling and Erectile Dysfunction Clinics

You need to be referred to 56 Dean Street by your GP for these services.

 

You don’t need an appointment for the following

PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis)

Walk into Dean Street Express if you are taking PrEP (an HIV prevention medicine). You do not need to book a time slot for your regular check ups even if you are buying PrEP elsewhere. We also sell PrEP through our PrEP Shop. You can walk into Dean Street Express to complete the tests and paperwork before using this service.

 

Chemsexdrugs advice & support

Walk into 3rd floor 56 Dean Street

Tuesday, 5-7pm

Thursday, 1-4pm

Saturday (1st and 3rd of each month), 1-3pm

 

Trans sexual health clinic (CliniQ)

Walk into 2nd floor 56 Dean Street

Wednesday, 5-7pm

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