For advice and opening times call our Central Booking Team (please note this is not a clinic number).
For advice about contraception and STIs text.
The NHS is offering smallpox vaccination to people who are most likely to be exposed to monkeypox.
- men who are gay, bisexual or have sex with other men, and who have multiple partners, participate in group sex or attend sex-on-premises venues
- staff who work at sex-on-premises venues
Monkeypox is caused by a similar virus to smallpox. The smallpox (MVA) vaccine should give a good level of protection against monkeypox.
You do not need to be registered with a GP to get vaccinated. Book your appointment on our online booking system.
There are a number of cases of #Monkeypox in the UK. If you have an unexpected rash with blisters or you’ve been in close contact with someone who has or might have monkeypox call 111, or contact the sexual health central access team on phone 0300 123 1678 or text 07401 302 946. Please do not attend a clinic without making contact first. Get the facts and what to do if you think you have monkeypox at nhs.uk/monkeypox.