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  • COVID-19 safety – Please wear a mask. Temp checked & hand gel on arrival
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  • Opening times: Mon 8AM–7PM • TUE 8AM–7PM • WED 12PM–7PM • THUR 8AM–7PM • FRI 9AM–4PM • SAT 11AM–4PM • SUN CLOSED
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  • COVID-19 safety – Please wear a mask. Temp checked & hand gel on arrival
  • |
  • Opening times: Mon 8AM–7PM • TUE 8AM–7PM • WED 12PM–7PM • THUR 8AM–7PM • FRI 9AM–4PM • SAT 11AM–4PM • SUN CLOSED
  • |
  • COVID-19 safety – Please wear a mask. Temp checked & hand gel on arrival
  • |
  • Opening times: Mon 8AM–7PM • TUE 8AM–7PM • WED 12PM–7PM • THUR 8AM–7PM • FRI 9AM–4PM • SAT 11AM–4PM • SUN CLOSED
Do I need an appointment?

What’s
PEP?

PEP is short for Post Exposure Prophylaxis. It reduces the chance of HIV infecting your body after you’ve been exposed to it. You take it AFTER sex and it is recommended when the risk of catching HIV is over 1 in 1,000. Check your risk here.

PEP must be started within 72 hours.

Ideally it should be started within 24 hours. The treatment lasts for 28 days. A&E departments are able to start PEP when the clinic is closed. It’s thought that PEP reduces the chance of HIV infection by at least 80%.

Do you need PEP?

Use our tool here to see if you need PEP

Longer than 72 hours?

If you were exposed more than 72 hours ago, please wait 4 weeks and then get a test.

Just walk in

You do not need to make an appointment for PEP. Go straight to the level 1 reception at 56 Dean Street.

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