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Sexual Health Services

Please contact the clinic on 028 7161 1269 between the hours of 8.30am-4.30pm for an appointment slot.

For any emergencies outside of these hours please contact the Emergency Department/ Out of Hours.

  • What the Sexual Health service offers

    We are happy to have a chat with anyone who has any concerns or would like Sexual Health information but just a few of the reasons you may access our services are:

    • You are experiencing symptoms* that might be related to an STI
      • (*eg pain on passing urine, discharge (fluid) from your genitals, lumps or bumps, abnormal bleeding e.t.c)
    • you want a test for Sexual transmitted infections (STI’s) including HIV & Syphilis
    • You want to access PrEP – tablets to prevent HIV before you have sex
    • Or you want to access PEP –tablets to prevent HIV after you’ve had sex
    • You would like to access vaccinations to help prevent certain viruses (Hepatitis and HPV).
    • Free condoms and Lube
    Do I need to have to come to the clinic if I just want to check for STI’s

    No you dont! Why don’t you try

    But if you do prefer to come to the clinic in person just contact us on 028 71 611269 or book an appointment via SXT

    Order your free testing kit delivered to your chosen address and get your results to your phone.

    Services provided at our Sexual Health Clinics
    • Full testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
    • Vaccinations
    • Contraception advice
    • Emergency contraception
    • Pregnancy testing
    • PEPSE
    • PREP
    • Health promotion
    • Information resources and leaflets
    • Information about sexual health – risk reduction measures
    • Free condoms and lube
  • Book an Appointment or Order a Free Test

    Book an appointment online at SXT

    Order a free test online at SH24


  • Do I need to come to the clinic if I just want to check for STI’s

    No you dont! Why don’t you try

    But if you do prefer to come to the clinic in person just contact us on 028 71 611269 or book an appointment via SXT

  • Sexual Health & HIV

    Welcome to the Western Trust Sexual health services. We offer a confidential, non-judgmental service that aims to help with all aspects of your sexual health.

    If you are concerned you may have a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), we provide ‘check-ups’, advice, guidance and treatment.  We also offer emergency contraception and specialist HIV clinics.

    Contact: GUM clinic in Altnagelvin Hospital or the Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex: 02871611269.

    Altnagelvin Area Hospital (Anderson House Clinics)

    Monday9:00AM - 11:30AM
    Appointment Only
    2:00PM - 3:45PM
    Appointment Only
    5:00PM - 7:00PM
    Appointment Only
    Tuesday9:00AM - 11:30AM
    Appointment Only
    2:00PM - 3:30PM
    Appointment Only
    Wednesday8:30AM Registration
    Walk In & Wait Clinic
    (limited spaces available)
    2:00PM - 3:30PM
    Appointment Only
    5:00PM - 7:00PM
    Appointment Only
    Thursday9:00AM - 11:30AM
    Appointment Only
    Friday9:00AM - 11:30AM
    Appointment Only

    Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex Clinic

    Clinic Opening Hours8:30am - 1:00pm2:00pm-5:00pm5:00pm-7:30pm
    WednesdayAppointment OnlyAppointment OnlyClosed

    Please note all times are subject to change

  • Sexual & Reproductive Health

    Contraception and sexual health clinics are free and confidential service offering sexual health information and advice, all methods of contraception, emergency contraception, education, counselling, STI screening, smears and pregnancy testing.

    The service has adapted due to COVID-19 and are doing telephone consultations prior to the face to face appointment.

    You can make contact with the team at the following clinic locations by contacting the relevant telephone numbers:

    Brae Clinic (Waterside) | 028 7132 1758

    Monday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Tuesday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Wednesday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Thursday: 9:00 – 5:00pm
    Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

    Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex | 028 8283 5536

    Monday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Thursday – 9:00am – 5:00pm

    South West Acute Hospital | 028 6638 2693

    Wednesday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

    South West College

    The Sexual Health Clinic for young people under the age of 25 years of age will be resuming in October 2021 on Wednesdays: 1:00pm – 5:00pm.

    Appointments available by contacting clinic on 07920184737. (this is a non-emergency service, if emergency contraception is required, contact Brae clinic)

  • Emergency Oral Contraceptive and Contraceptive Pills

    The Western Trust is delighted to introduce an eight week pilot of access to emergency oral contraception and contraceptive pills free of charge online via SH:24.

    SH:24 are award winning experts in sexual and reproductive health and work in partnership with the NHS to provide contraception and STI testing.

    To access oral contraceptive pills, including the progestogen only pill (also known as ‘the mini pill’) or the combined pill, go to:

    To access oral emergency contraception (‘morning after pill’), go to:

    Please note:  Oral emergency contraception is more effective the sooner you take it after unprotected sex.

    A copper IUD is the most effective method of emergency contraception.

    Alternatively you can contact your local service on 028 71 321 758 during clinic hours.

  • Early Medical Abortion Service

    For information regarding early medical abortion or to discuss counselling, please contact the British Pregnancy Advisory Service.

    If you are less than 10 weeks pregnant (no more than 9 weeks and 6 days since the first day of your last period) – call 03457 30 40 30.

    If you are more than 10 weeks pregnant, you can access free abortion care in England – call 0333 234 2184.

    Visit the BPAS website

    Beyond 10 weeks

    If the gestation of your pregnancy is beyond 10 weeks, or you cannot be treated locally, abortion services can still be accessed in England. There is no cost to access abortion care in England and the central booking system is provided by MSI Reproductive Choices. You can access this service by calling 0333 234 2184.

    Pregnancy Choices Counselling

    Sometimes when faced with an unplanned or crisis pregnancy it is difficult to discuss it with family and friends. This can leave you feeling vulnerable and isolated at a time when you need support. Informing Choices NI can help you by providing non-directive pregnancy choices counselling support and information on all your options.

    To make an appointment please call 028 9031 6100.

    Post Pregnancy Counselling

    With over 30 years’ experience, Informing Choices NI also provide post pregnancy counselling for those who have experienced pregnancy loss; either through abortion, miscarriage or stillbirth or have experienced a traumatic birth or suffer from postnatal depression or anxiety.

    To make an appointment please call 028 9031 6100.

    Access post pregnancy counselling

  • Sexual Health Survey

    Please take the time to answer some quick questions about our GUM clinics to help us improve our services. Click on the button below.

  • STI Information

    A STI can be passed from one person to another through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal and oral sex.
    Many people with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) don’t get symptoms, so it’s worth getting tested even if you feel fine.
    Many STIs can be treated with antibiotics. Some, such as HIV, have no cure, but can be treated to prevent them getting worse. The key is to get tested.

    For more information on sexually transmitted infections visit NHS Choices.

  • PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis)

    PrEP is Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, a way of taking medication to prevent HIV infection, and is currently available for free in Northern Ireland.

    Where to access PrEP

    PrEP Contact Number – 07818538895

    Altnagelvin Sexual Health Clinic* phone 02871611269 or email: or book online at

    More information at and

    Who’s eligible for PrEP?
    • Gay/bisexual men
    • Trans women
    • People who are having condomless sex with people living with HIV, who are NOT on treatment

    There may be other risks that mean that people may benefit from PrEP – if you think this is the case we are happy to talk it through at the sexual health clinic.

    Do GPs need to do anything?

    No, patients can self-refer to the clinic. This is the easiest and quickest way to access PrEP.

    There may be occasions where patients request to see their GP for tests whilst taking PrEP if they cannot attend our clinic. The only required tests would be: a urine dip looking for proteinuria and a renal function test (creatinine/eGFR).

  • Further Resources and Support
    Contacts Us

    Online booking:

    Telephone: 02871 611269

    Useful Websites
    Other Sexual Health Support in Northern Ireland

    Click here for other sexual health services available throughout Northern Ireland

    Please click here for useful contact information.

    Sexual Assault Care

    The Rowan is the NI Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)

    Freephone helpline 0800 389 4424 or

Locations where this service is delivered


Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) Clinic - Anderson House Clinic

Anderson House, Altnagelvin Area Hospital, Glenshane Road, Derry/Londonderry, BT47 6SB

Call us02871611269

PrEP Contact Number

Call us07818538895