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Monday to Friday (see opening hours shown below) our telephone and video link assessment service is in operation from our sexual health hubs in Station Plaza Hastings and Avenue House Eastbourne where you will speak to a trained clinician who will triage your needs and make a face to face appointment with you if necessary.
Please be assured that if you need to be seen we will arrange for you to come into one of our clinics. If you attend our clinics you will be asked to wear facial covering. Please call the service on Freephone 0808 1681282 OR Avenue House Eastbourne on 0300 1314537 OR Station Plaza Hastings on 01424 464750.
We may be able to meet some or your needs by
• Posting medication including contraception
• Sexual health screen Home testing kits – Home Sampling
• Free condoms available via post – Postal Condoms
• Emergency Contraception for all via the sexual health clinics on 0808 1681282
If you’re over 16 you can also order emergency hormonal contraception (the morning after pill) online from the following link – Order Free Home Delivery Emergency Contraception
We would like to remind patients accessing the sexual health services that if you have a new continuous cough OR high temperature (37.8 degrees or higher) OR a loss of smell or taste (Anosmia), you should self-isolate and stay at home for 7 days. You can find out more information about Coronavirus through this link - Covid-19 Government Guidance
Sexual health Coronavirus Information for people living with HIV
OPENING HOURS FROM 1st SEPTEMBER 2020
Avenue House, Eastbourne: Monday 08:30 to 19:10, Tuesday 08:30 to 17:10, Wednesday 13:00 to 19:10, Thursday 08:30 to 15:10 and Friday 08:30 to 17:10 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only.
Station Plaza, Hastings: Monday and Tuesday 08:30 to 19:10, Wednesday 13:00 to 15:10, Thursday 08:30 to 17:10 and Friday 08:30 to 17:10 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only.
Hailsham Clinic: Alternate Wednesdays commencing 16th September 2020 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only 14:10 to 19:10.
Uckfield Clinic: Alternate Tuesdays commencing 8th September 2020 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only 14:10 to 19:10.
Arthur Blackman Clinic, St Leonards: Currently remains closed until further notice.
For Sexual Health Services please call on Freephone 0808 1681282 OR Avenue House Eastbourne on 0300 1314537 OR Station Plaza Hastings on 01424 464750 to be assessed by telephone.
If you need to come in we will then arrange an appointment for you to attend.
The Hailsham Clinic is open on alternate Wednesdays commencing 16th September 2020 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only 14:10 to 19:10.
The Uckfield Clinic is open on alternate Tuesdays commencing 8th September 2020 – Telephone assessments and booked appointments only 14:10 to 19:10.
The St Leonards clinic, at the Arthur Blackman Clinic currently remains closed until further notice.
From 1st of February, Specialist Sexual Health Services are offering bookable appointment each day. The appointments will be available to book 48 hours in advance. Drop in and Wait appointments will also be available each day.
Please go to the clinic pages for details of the ‘bookable appointments’ and ‘drop in and wait’ times.
National HIV Testing Week is this week and it is a great time to get tested and know your HIV status. A finger-prick test is all it takes.
Check out https://www.startswithme.org.uk/ for more info.
From 1st of November 2019, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust will no longer be offering weekly outreach services from Bexhill Health Centre and The Beacon GP Practice – Crowborough. Contraception and Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing and treatment of simple infections can be accessed via your GPs
Please use the ‘How Can we help you today?’ service finder on the home page of this website to find your new local service options.
New campaign targeting young people aged
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