Our Emergency Department is extremely busy. 

If you need medical care or advice that is urgent but not an immediate, genuine emergency, please visit https://111.nhs.uk/ or call 111 first so trained NHS 111 advisors can tell you the best place to be seen quickly.

Please remember there is also the Urgent Treatment Centre at Seaton House, NG2 4LA.

Information for professionals

  • For urgent HIV or Sexual Health queries, there is an HIV doctor on call 24/7. They can be contacted via the NUH switchboard.
  • For routine HIV medication queries please contact the HIV HIV specialist pharmacist on HIVPharmacistCallBack@nuh.nhs.uk or 07595284922.
  • For general HIV queries including new routine referrals please contact the HIV specialist nurses on HIVCNSReferrals@nuh.nhs.uk or 07812268514.

Integrated Sexual Health Training Team

The integrated sexual health training team coordinate various training sessions and updates for healthcare professionals in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire South County. If you are interesting in receiving bespoke training for your service or team please contact us on SHS.Training@nuh.nhs.uk  or visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/nuh-integrated-sexual-health-service-21945335502

For general information about the DFSRH diploma or letter of competence in subdermal implants or intrauterine devices please see the DFSRH website

We usually run a STI Foundation core course once per year, details can be found on the STIF website If you are interested in undertaking STIF practical competencies though our service please contact us via email.

 

Sexual Health Outreach and Promotion Team

Nottingham Sexual Health Outreach and Health Promotion Service provide a range of sexual health promotion services, across Nottingham City and South Nottinghamshire (Broxtowe, Gedling & Rushcliffe). We are part of an Integrated Sexual Health Service that includes GU Medicine, HIV, and Sexual & Reproductive Health.

The Outreach and Health Promotion Team is a dynamic, pro-active, forward-thinking and reactive team, contributing towards reducing inequalities in sexual health by promoting and delivering services that are accessible to vulnerable groups.  The team, working in partnership with a wide variety of partners across the voluntary and statutory sector provide quality, innovative health promotion to the people it serves in each community through both training for professionals, volunteers and carers and direct work with young people.

The team support outreach clinical services, providing a range of Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) to young people and vulnerable adults and provide a range of training courses for professional participants, volunteers and carers.

Early Intervention and RSE Workshops

Group work with young people or other vulnerable and at-risk groups

We offer FREE  informal and formal relationships and sex education workshops to a wide range of young people aged 13-25 in a variety of settings including schools, FE Colleges, Youth Centres, Alternative Provision, Children in Care, ESOL, Learning Disabilities, LGBT Groups, Young Refugees and Youth Offending.

We can provide high-quality age-appropriate workshops which can be one-off sessions, or preferably we can deliver programmes lasting five to six weeks.

For further information about our Relationship and Sex Education workshops email: outreachandhealthpromotion@nuh.nhs.uk

Training

We offer FREE training to anyone who works with or supports young people across Nottingham City and southern boroughs.  Our training courses are varied and we run these throughout the year as either full or half-day courses.  

For further information about our courses or to book on please visit:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/nottingham-sexual-health-service-19757825374