Young Persons Clinic - under 25
When is this service next available?26th, April 2018 from 15:30 to 19:00
|Thursday||15:30 - 19:00|
Get in touch
Tel: 01273 523388SHAC East (Claude Nicol Centre)
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This is a walk-in clinic so no appointment needed. It runs every Thursday afternoon from 3.30-7pm for those under 25, although young people are welcome to access all of our daily walk in and appointment services.
Services provided are:
Full sexual health screens for young men and women or self taken swabs/ urine test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea
Blood tests for HIV, Hepatitis and syphilis
Hepatitis vaccination A and B for people at risk
Free treatment for any infection found
Full range of contraception including contraceptive pills, Depo-Provera injection, implants and emergency contraception
Referral to other services as appropriate
This is a confidential friendly service for young people. Young people less than 16 years old have the same rights to confidentiality as those over 16 years old.
You will not have any information about your attendance here passed on to anyone outside of the SHAC service (like your parents, teachers, social workers etc) without your knowing about it and agreeing to it. The only time this may be different, is if you tell us that you or someone else is in a dangerous situation and our telling someone else may prevent you or them from being harmed. If a member of staff felt that they had to pass on information without your permission, they would still inform you of what they were going to do.
We hope that if you attend our SHAC service you will feel welcome and comfortable. If you attend our SHAC service you have the right:
• to be treated with respect
• to be listened to
• not to be patronised
• not to be judged
• not to be discriminated against
SHAC share the same philosophy as Streetwise Young People’s Service. The above statement is used with their kind permission.
Clinical Research Nurse & Systems Manager