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LGBTQIA+ Services

We offer a full contraception and advice service including 'walk-in' services and pre-bookable clinics.

Sexual health screening

Sexual health screening is available to everyone at our clinic, regardless of ethnicity, gender, age or sexuality. You don't need your GP to refer you and its free, including medication.

The clinic aims to offer an inclusive and confidential service to all individuals whether they identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, or trans.

If you have any questions regarding your sexuality or about what a trip to our clinic might involve for you, please see the sources of information below or give us a call.

The Florey clinic overs a full sexual health screening service including tests for: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphillis, HIV, Hepatitis B and C as well as vaccinations against Hepatitis B. We can provide information, advice and support covering a range of subjects around safer sex, risk reduction, chemsex support and issues around sexuality. See below on how to get a test kit.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

When taken correctly, PrEP greatly reduces the risk of HIV sexual transmission. If you are HIV negative and at high risk of HIV and don't always use condoms, then PrEP can stop your risk of HIV.

Please speak to our clinic staff about how these risks affect you and if you want to discuss starting PrEP.

PrEP is a very effective method of preventing HIV and can be taken by Men and Women who are at risk of HIV infection.

For more information on how to take and please call us to book a telephone call back and also visit, for their PrEP guide.

Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

If you think you have been at risk of a HIV exposure then you might be eligible for Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). This is a month-long course of HIV drugs that someone takes very soon after sex which had a risk of HIV transmission. The drugs are the same as those taken by people with HIV. The sooner PEP is started, the more likely it is to work; within 24 hours is best, but no later than 72 hours (3 days). After 72 hours PEP is unlikely to work.

PEP is available from the clinic during our opening times. If we are closed then please don't delay, go to Accident and Emergency for an assessment. The sooner you start taking the medication, the better chance you have of preventing HIV.