For people living in Derby and Derbyshire, your nearest G.U.M. Clinic is:
London Road Community Hospital
Phone: 01332 254681
Fax: 01332 254872
Monday: 8.45am – 6pm (closed on Bank Holidays)
Tuesday: 8.45am – 12pm
Wednesday: 8.45am – 6pm
Thursday: 8.45am – 6pm
Friday: 8.45am – 4pm
No appointment is needed, all clinics are drop-in. However, patients are seen on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
- Full sexual health screen
- ‘Quick Check’ clinic available for those with no symptoms
- Free condoms and lubrication
- Psychology service
- Sexual health advice and support
- Pregnancy testing
- Emergency contraception
- Hepatitis B vaccination
- Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for people exposed to HIV
What happens in the clinic?
- You will be asked some personal questions – everyone is asked the same questions
- You won’t be judged – please be as truthful as possible with your answers
- You will be seen by a trained professional
- All information is kept in confidence
- Some tests may be carried out while you wait, with results and treatments available straight away
- A Health Advisor is available int he clinic to explain about your tests and to give advice on sexual health
Why get tested?
You should come if you have any concerns at all. Some infections have no symptoms and can cause lasting damage to your body, such as infertility.
Will it be embarrassing?
Some people do feel embarrassed but you can rest assured the people you see won’t be. Sexual health workers see lots of different people every day. It is their job to help you and also to treat you respectfully and with sensitivity. The experienced male and female staff can advise you in a non-judgemental way.
Infections tested for:
- Hep B
- Hep C
- Non-specific Urethritis (NSU)
- Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
- Trichomonas Vaginalis (TV)