What services do we offer?
- STI Testing and treatment
- HIV Testing and treatment
- Chlamydia Screening
- Pregnancy Testing
- Emergency Contraception
- Free Condoms, including the C-Card
- Contraception including:
- Contraceptive Pills
- Implant fits, removals and check ups
- IUD/IUS (coils) fits, removals and check ups
- Sexual Health Screening
- Sexual Health Information and Advice
Please browse through our sub-pages for more information.
Where to go?
We provide services from a number of locations across the city of Wolverhampton. For all the services available it is advisable that you ring first to find out about walk-in clinic times or to book an appointment to avoid disappointment and confusion. If you have an urgent problem, staff will make sure that you are dealt with appropriately and as quickly as possible.
Walk in Service
We provide a walk in service at The Fowler Centre, New Cross Hospital, from 10am, Monday to Friday. Appointments are allocated on a first come first served basis.
Walk-in clinics are often very busy and spaces are limited. Arriving early in the morning and allowing plenty of time is advisable.
If the walk in sessions are full for the day you will be advised to either attend our next walk in session or make an appointment.
If you would prefer a confirmed appointment, phone 01902 695000.
For more information, to make an appointment or to find where you can access any of our services, please contact us:
Telephone: 01902 695000
Embrace Sexual Health Service
The Fowler Centre,
New Cross Hospital,
Floor Level: Ground
Nearest Car Park: P2
NB. The Snow Hill clinic has closed permanently; clinics have been transferred to the Fowler Centre and West Park Hospital.
We provide a confidential service to all our patients, including under 16’s.
Your clinic notes are used solely by the sexual health service. No other hospital departments have access to them.
All information, including test results, remain confidential within the clinic and information is not passed on to anyone else. This includes your GP and any past or present sexual partners. However, if your GP has referred you to the clinic with a referral letter, we will write back to your GP to let him or her know the outcome of your attendance. We may also ask your permission to inform your GP of contraception being issued/fitted.
Limitations to confidentiality
The only time we may need to discuss your attendance with other care providers outside of the clinic is if we believe that you may be at risk of harm to yourself, or to others. In such circumstances we would always do our very best to talk to you first about why we feel that this is necessary.
The safety and wellbeing of our patients is always our top priority.