We are looking for your help! The London boroughs of Merton, Wandsworth and Richmond have launched a survey to get further insight into people’s views and use of sexual health services in order to inform future service provision in the boroughs post April 2024. This survey is aimed at anyone aged 16 or over who lives, works, studies or uses services in any of the 3 boroughs. Please take a minute to complete this survey and get your views heard.
*** MPox Vaccine Update January 2023***
If you are eligible for a MPox vaccination and require either a first or second dose please contact us via our booking line to make an appointment 0333 300 2100.
For best long term protection 2 doses are advised at least 4 weeks apart.
If you are concerned you may have symptoms relating to MPox you may have please do not try to walk in , call 0333 300 2100 and we will arrange a suitable appointment for you.
For further information please see our Monkey Pox page and the monkey pox page on gov.uk.
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South West London sexual health services appointments line: 0333 300 2100
Lines open 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday.
A recorded message gives useful information outside these hours.
Please note: we are unable to respond to general medical advice queries by phone. If you have an immediate health problem you should contact NHS 111 or your GP.