Welcome to 56 Dean Street
Call us on 020 3315 5656. If possible we’ll deal with your issue on the phone/by post. If you need to come in, we’ll make an appointment. Please do not walk in without an appointment. You can order a home testing kit online via www.shl.uk.
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There is no evidence that people living with HIV are at greater risk of either getting coronavirus, or becoming unwell due to coronavirus. However the British HIV Association recommend that HIV positive people with a CD4 count less than 50 follow the 12 week self isolation advice. Please don’t attend clinic to check your CD4 count. Follow current NHS guidance about how best to protect yourselves and others from coronavirus, available here.
We have extended our HIV Telephone Clinic service. Call 020 3315 9500 for advice or if you have less than six weeks left of your HIV meds.
If you are HIV positive and unwell call the Rapid Review service on 07805813558 (Mon-Fri 8.30am-2pm)
Sexual Health 020 3315 5656
HIV 020 3315 9500
(We are closed on Bank Holidays)
Do not come to the clinic if you have symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 such as cough, fever, shortness of breath, or think you may have come into contact with coronavirus. COVID-19 advice is available via NHS111 online here.
Dean Street is an award winning HIV and sexual health NHS clinic in the heart of Soho. Our 56 Dean Street clinic offers emergency appointments and our convenient online services allow you to book a check-up in your own time. We also offer talking therapies and exciting community engagement events to enhance your wellbeing. We’re proud to be connected to the people of London, supplying care that, regardless of sex, gender, sexuality or lifestyle meets the needs of all patients.
We are here to help. Find out about the wide range of services we offer and how you can access them.
Book an appointment online or by phone. Find out where you need to go for an appointment or when you can walk in. You can also order a home test kit.
Our connection to the people of London, for people who want to attend fun and interesting cultural and social events and benefit from our talking therapies and community support programmes.