An unhurried consultation with an NHS trained sexual health specialist is the best way to develop an understanding of your sexual health problem – whether this is via a thorough medical & sexual history, a physical examination or by discussing your worries.
In the same appointment as your STI consultation, we can provide any tests/treatments that may be appropriate.
All appointments are highly confidential.
Our STI Consultation is £50 (this does not include the cost of any tests/treatments).
How our STI Consultation works
Approx. 30 minutes long including time for tests & treatment
Step 1: Settle in
We begin by introducing ourselves, explain the way in which we work and will offer you a warm beverage.
Step 2: Understand what’s happening to you
Sexual & Contraceptive History
This will help us determine the risks that you may be at.
If you are experiencing symptoms or would like a specialist to examine you, we will proceed to do so.
Female patients will have the option of seeing a female clinician and/or have a female chaperone present.
Step 3: Discuss how to solve this
Step 4: Proceed with the solution
This will happen in the same appointment
Results are available in-person, text, email or over the phone.
We will provide you with any medications that you need during your appointment (extra charges apply).
Alternivately, you can take a prescription to your pharmacist.
Follow Up & Referrals
If your problem is outside the scope of our speciality, then we will refer you to an NHS/Private hospital.
Benefits of an STI Consultation
Saves Time & Stress
Answers your questions
Will I have to book another appointment for my tests and treatment?
Who will I see?
You have the choice of seeing one of our specialist doctors or advanced nurse practictioners (depending on availability and preference).
All female patients will have the option of seeing a female clinician or having a female chaperone.
You can meet them here.
Do I need to bring anything with me?
Can I bring someone with me?
How much is an STI Consultation?
If you are experiencing symptoms
It is important to refer to a healthcare provider as soon as possible. Our experience combined with timely detection can help avoid complications in the future.