Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Contact information:

Boundary Road
Newark
NG24 4DE
Telephone: 01623672260 (Office hours)
Website: www.sfh-tr.nhs.uk/our-services/sexual-health/services-offered/sti-screening-and-treatment/

Services Provided:

  • HIV sexual health services

  • HIV advice and advocacy
  • HIV support
  • HIV testing
  • HIV treatment

Additional Information:

Services offered: At the Hub in King’s Mill Hospital: On-going HIV out-patient care for HIV positive individuals, with full access to free anti-retroviral therapy and monitoring tests. Review and follow up for individuals who are considered for, or who have received, HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). PrEP access through Impact trial. In other venues: Screening and testing for HIV infection; Screening and testing for hepatitis B and C, if indicated, and provision of hepatitis B vaccination if necessary; Examination to screen/test for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including syphilis, with free treatment and management if an infection is detected; Support with partner notification if testing and treatment of someone’s sexual partner is required; Health promotion to foster improved sexual health; Assessment for, and provision of, psychosexual counselling; advice for women; Mini Screen for Sexually Transmitted Infections.

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