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Local Sexual Health Clinics


If you are concerned that you may be at risk of having a sexually transmitted infection, for example if you have had sexual intercourse with a new partner without using a condom,  you may attend the local Department of Genito-urinary Medicine at Royal Bournemouth Hospital.

 The clinic opening hours are as follows:

Monday and Thursday : 2 - 4.15          Walk In  - no appointment necessary

                                   4.30 - 6.45      Appointment Only

Tuesday                       9 - 11.30         Walk in - no appointment necessary

                                   2 - 4.45            Appointment Only

Wednesday/Friday        9.30 - 12.30     Walk In - no appointment necessary

                                  2 - 4.45             Appointment Only

NB "WALK IN" Patients must attend AT LEAST ONE HOUR before the advertised closing time.  The Department CANNOT promise to see all patients as sometimes demand exceeds capacity.

APPOINTMENT - Please attend at least 15 minutes before the appointment time. The appointment time is a guide only and does guarantee you will be seen on that day. PLEASE DO ALLOW EXTRA TIME FOR PARKING and note there is a fee for the car park. If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, you may have to re-book to be seen on another occasion. Failure to attend three booked appointments will result in withdrawal of the privilege of making appointments and you will have to join a "walk in" session.

Telephone for appointments :01202 704744 between 9.00 and 5.00pm every weekday.


For young people who wish to look for more information relating to their sexual health, why not check out where you can find information and advice about:

  • free emergency contraception (don't forget that you can also obtain it from the surgery)

  • free condoms

  • free pregnancy testing   or text 077720 266 366.

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