Sexual Health Clinics

We provide a FREE, confidential and friendly sexual health service.


We have clinics at the Genitourinary (GU) Medicine building at City Hospital, and Victoria Health Centre in the City Centre. We also run community clinics at health centres, colleges and youth centres across Nottingham City and South Nottinghamshire.

To speak to us for advice, treatment or to book an appointment please contact 01159 627 627 (between  08:30-19:00 Monday - Thursday, 08:30-17:00 Friday, 09:30-14:00 Saturday)

Services we offer in clinic:

Genitourinary (GU) Medicine building at City Hospital


Clinic opening times: GU Medicine

Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 7pm 

Friday 8.30am - 5pm

Saturday 10am - 2pm



Genitourinary Medicine Building

Gate 2Sexual Health Clinic Room

Nottingham City Hospital

Hucknall Rd





Victoria Health Centre in the City Centre

Clinic opening times: Victoria Health Centre

Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 7pm 

Friday 8.30am - 1pm



Victoria Health Centre

Glasshouse St

Nottingham Sexual Health Clinic Room



Local Clinics

Nottingham Intergrated Sexual Health Services clinics at both Victoria Health Centre and Nottingham City Hospital Hub are open:

Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 7pm 

Friday 8.30am - 5pm

Saturday 10am - 2pm


We also run various clinics across Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County (Southern Boroughs)

Spoke Clinic times




Hucknall Monday 4 - 7pm
Mary Potter Tuesday 9am - 1.30pm
Carlton Tuesday 3 - 7pm
Aspley Tuesday 3 - 6pm
Bulwell Wednesday 9am - 12pm
Clifton Wednesday 2 - 7pm
Arnold Wednesday 5 - 7pm
Kimberley Wednesday 4 - 7pm
Stapleford Thursday 3 - 7pm
West Bridgford Thursday 4 - 7pm
Beeston Thursday 3 - 7pm
Club One (Bulwell) Thursday 3 - 6.30pm
Strelley Friday 9 - 12pm


To book an appointment please contact 01159 627 627 (between 08:30-19:00 Monday - Friday, 09:30-14:00 Saturday)

What to expect

When you arrive at one of our clinics you will be asked to register your details, even if we have seen you before. Your details will only be used by the sexual health service, and only to help with your treatment. Information about confidentiality is available. You will most likely need to wait in a shared waiting area until the healthcare team can see you. Other patients will not know the reason why you are attending and they will be attending for a wide variety of reasons themselves.



A nurse may be present to assist the doctor during any examination. If you have any concerns about this then please discuss them with the doctor. If you would like a friend or partner to be present during your examination then please tell the nurse or doctor.



The sexual health service uses a telephone interpretation system for some of the services we provide. For some appointments an interpreter may be present in the room.