South West London sexual health services appointments/information line 0333 300 2100

Lines open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday. A recorded message gives useful information outside these hours. Our busiest time is between 8am and 10am, if you can call outside these times please do. We may still have same day appointments available if you call later.

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.

There are various ways you can contact us and get involved with helping improve our services.

Feedback, compliments, and complaints

If you want to raise a concern, pass on a compliment, or tell us something about your experience of our health services, you can contact our customer service team (also known as PALS).

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Join our team of volunteers to extend your experience and contribute to your local NHS community services.

We have a range of volunteering opportunities to help support patients and families. It's a great way to meet new people and gain new skills.

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Help improve services

We want to put people at the heart of care to help improve the quality of our services.

We seek views and undertake consultations about specific changes and developments but we also want to encourage other, more active ways of getting involved.

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Links to support organisations

Transgender support

Gendered Intelligence

Beaumont Society

Mermaids UK

Gender Identity Development Service (NHS)

Switchboard LGBT and helpline

Health advisers at our South West London Sexual Health Services can discuss transgender issues and sign post our clients to the most appropriate support services available. 

Support services for women and transwomen selling sex

Spires Streetlink

The UK Network of Sex Work Projects

Street Light UK

Eaves for women

Support services for men selling sex

Central London Action on Sexual Health (CLASH) - Camden Council website

Health advisers at our South West London Sexual Health Services can discuss and offer support to our clients selling sex and sign post our clients to the most appropriate support services available.