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Monkeypox: if you have symptoms or concerns ahead of a booked appointment, contact a local sexual health service by phone and avoid close contact with others until you have been seen by a clinician. Your call or discussion will be treated sensitively and confidentially.

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Our clinics

Our clinics offer a free and confidential service to everyone, regardless of your age, gender or sexual orientation. We won't judge or lecture you, we've seen it all before. You will need to book an appointment to visit a clinic, we cannot accept walk-ins.

You can get a home testing kit without having to visit a clinic.

We can help with:

For advice about contraception and STIs, or to book an appointment, contact your nearest clinic:

LocationContactAdditional information
  • Ashford
  • Canterbury
  • Dover
  • Folkestone and Hythe
  • Swale
  • Thanet
Call 0300 790 0245 
Text 07401 302 946.
Please call for opening times.
  • Dartford (The Overy Street Clinic)
Call 0300 373 0709Opening times:

8am to 7pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday)
1pm to 7pm (Wednesday)
Closed (Friday)
  • Gravesend (The Riverside Clinic)
Call 0300 373 0709Opening times:

8am to 7pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday)
1pm to 7pm (Wednesday)
8am to 4pm (Friday)
  • Maidstone (The Rubin Clinic)
Call 0300 373 0709Opening times:

8am to 7pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday)
1pm to 7pm (Wednesday)
8am to 5pm (Friday)
  • Tunbridge Wells (Rowan Tree Surgery)
Call 0300 373 0709Opening times:

8am to 5pm (Monday)
Closed (Tuesday and Wednesday)
8am to 7pm (Thursday)
8am to 4pm (Friday)

The trained team will ask you the reason why you need to be seen in order to book you an appropriate appointment. This will help to ensure that you receive the correct service. All information is handled sensitively and in confidence. Conversations are confidential but are recorded for quality purposes. You must be aged 13 years or older to use this service.

The first time you attend a clinic you will be offered testing for sexually transmitted infections as a routine part of our service, regardless of your reason for attending the clinic. If you accept the offer, we will explain how to take the swabs yourself and we will take the blood sample. The tests look for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and HIV.

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Special clinics

  • Some of our clinics run sessions exclusively for people under 25. To attend one of those sessions, select young people from category filter below.
  • If you have a learning disability, you can ask for the 'Apple Tree Service' when booking your appointment. Find out about the Apple Tree Service and how they can help.

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