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.

Sexual assualt

Sexual assault 

Any sexual contact without consent is illegal.

 

What is consent?

Consensual sex means that everyone taking part has agreed to it and knows what is involved.

Consent means;  Permission for something to happen or agreeing to do something.

To give consent you must understand what you are agreeing to and can give your consent freely. If you are drunk, unconscious on drugs, feels scared or forced the consent you give or get doesn't count. Consent has to be given each and every time time you have sex and can be with drawn at any point. You have the right to say “NO or “STOP” at any time and to anyone.

 

What is sexual assault?

If someone doesn’t give consent and a person still continues with any sexual activity without permission, this is sexual assault or rape. This includes sexual touching, oral sex, anal and vaginal sex with a penis or with any other object.

 

If you feel you have been sexually assaulted please contact us - 01159 627 627

 

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