East Sussex Sexual Health Service and East Sussex County Council
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Hailsham

Clinic Times - Drop in Sessions

DAY
OPEN FROM
OPEN UNTIL
MONDAY
closed
closed
TUESDAY
closed
closed
WEDNESDAY
2.00pm
7.15pm
THURSDAY
closed
closed
FRIDAY
closed
closed
SATURDAY
closed
closed

Please note:

Drop In and Wait

Most of our clinic appointments are drop in and wait appointments.  We do advise that you may have to wait up to 2 hours to be seen if we are busy.  However, we will always endeavour to see you as quickly as possible.  Your patience is appreciated.   

Please note that at busy times we may not be able to see everyone who comes to the drop in and wait service.  This is particularly the case later in the session and towards the end of the clinic session.  If the clinic is at capacity then we will ask you to complete a self-assessment form and ensure that your individual needs are assessed through a triage system.

We will always prioritize patients with a clinical need and those under 16 years of age.

Please note that whilst we offer a full range of Contraceptive services on the day we may not be able to fit or remove contraceptive implants or intra uterine devises. If you specifically are attending with these procedures in mind then please call ahead of the time you wish to attend to avoid disappointment.

Bookable on the day appointments

‍Limited bookable appointments are available at 8:30am on the day of the clinic.   

Bookable day appointments can only be booked online.

Hailsham will run on Wednesdays 2.00-7.15pm.

The clinic is not open at weekends or on public bank holidays.

* drop in sessions for a range of contraception including long acting reversible methods (LARC) and sexual health screening. If you think you have any symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection please go to Avenue House, Eastbourne for a full screen and treatment.

Parking is available

Please note:

Enquiries for this clinic can be made by phoning the Avenue House Clinic, Eastbourne.

Tel (Freephone) 0808 1681282 or 01323 416100 (Option 1)