Skip to main content

Central Clinic Contraception and Sexual Health Clinic

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust contraception and sexual health service offers free and confidential advice and support for both women and men on a wide range of issues.

The community clinics offer a range of contraception services including:

  • Contraception advice and provision,
  • condoms,
  • emergency contraception,
  • implants,
  • contraceptive pills,
  • depo injections,
  • IUS or IUD (coils),
  • pregnancy tests,
  • Smears,
  • chlamydia screening programme,
  • Full STI testing including HIV
  • referrals to sexual health clinic or other services where appropriate.

Need emergency contraception? This is free at all our clinics.

Your welcome to book or walk-in to any of our clinics so we can help.

What are the three methods of emergency contraception?

  • the IUD (intrauterine device or coil) is the most effective method and can be fitted up to five days after sex,
  • the emergency contraceptive pill Levonelle can be taken up to three days (72 hours) after sex,
  • the emergency contraceptive pill ellaOne can be taken up to five days (120 hours) after sex,
  • worried you may be pregnant?

You are welcome to book or walk-in to any of our clinics so we can help.

  • we can do a pregnancy test for you,
  • we can provide advice if you are unsure what to do about your pregnancy,
  • we can arrange for an appointment for you to discuss a termination if you have a Dudley GP,
  • you can also call the British Pregnancy Advisory Service on 0345 730 4030 for a termination appointment if you wish.

STI Testing

We offer:

  • Full STI testing including HIV
  • Under 25 chlamydia screening – self swab for females, urine for males. No examination required. (Chlamydia Screening program)
  • If you have symptoms, are a contact of an infection, need treatment or require full sexual health testing you will need to attend our other site at Russell’s Hall Hospital GUM clinic.

Contraception Services

Booked and walk in appointments are available for all aspects of contraception and advice.

Please Note: To avoid disappointment we advise if you plan to walk in please call on the day.  Walk in patients will be seen on a first come first served basis.  Depending on availability you may not be seen at that time but will be offered an appointment for another day. Patients under 25 are welcome at all our clinics.

We do not discriminate regardless of age, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.

Our staff are able to provide advice and treatment to people of all ages in a confidential manner. Each clinic runs both a drop in and also booked appointment session.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Centralised Bookings and Information
Telephone
01384 321480
01384 366466 (Monday only from 11.30pm-6.30pm)
( Thursday only from 1.30pm-4.30pm)
Website
dudleygroup.nhs.uk/

Where to go

Name of venue
Central Clinic,
Address
Hall Street,
DUDLEY,
West Midlands.
Postcode
DY2 7BX

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Afternoon, Evening
Days of Week
Monday, Thursday
Time and Session Info
Monday 1.00pm-7.00pm
Thursday 1.30pm-4.15pm

Other Details

Costs

Booking Information
Under 25’s are welcome at all our clinics. Booked and walk in appointments available. Please note walk in patients will be seen on a first come first served basis
so it is best to come early as we may not be able to see you towards the end of the clinic. However
if we can’t see you on that day we will offer you another appointment.
Powered by Open Objects © Open Objects Software Limited