In response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak we are no longer providing walk-in clinics. Appointments are only available after telephone assessment.
Please telephone 0300 123 6644 and select the service closest to the area where you live. We will assess your needs and advise accordingly. If it is advised that you should attend a clinic, an appointment will be made for you.
If you would like to be tested for a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and have no symptoms, full STI testing kits are available online here.
Please DO NOT attend a clinic if you or a member of your household has a cough or a fever (a high temperature of 37.8°C or higher). To get help if you have these symptoms, do not attend hospital or your GP. Please refer to NHS 111 for advice.
Sexual Health Warwickshire is a free, confidential and easily accessible NHS service. We provide a complete range of contraception and sexual health services, including family planning, pregnancy testing and full sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing, including for HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Syphilis.
We cover the whole of Warwickshire including the towns of Nuneaton, Warwick, Rugby and Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as more rural communities. The service is for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation or race.
We have three main sites and a number of community based contraception clinics.
Responding to Covid-19
Walk-in clinics are no longer available. Appointments are only available after telephone assessment.
Please telephone 0300 123 6644 then:
Calls are charged at a local rate. Standard mobile charges apply.
Sexual health support and services for gay and bisexual men who have sex with men, for lesbian and bisexual women and for transgender or non-binary people.
The freetest.me service offers free STI testing. Visit their website to see if you are eligible to order a free STI test kit.
For information on Thrush
For information on Bacterial vaginosis.
Sexual Health Warwickshire supports HIV Testing Week, which is from 7th to 13th February 2022.
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (Royal College of the Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) have produced a leaflet, Advice for women during Covid-19, with information on accessing sexual and reproductive healthcare as lockdown eases.
Click to download (PDF).
We offer a free and confidential sexual health service for people working in the UK sex industry.
If you or someone you know is currently being subjected to honour based abuse, please seek help. Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Warwickshire County Council are here to support you.
Links to other organisations that offer help and support. See also the FAQs page.