Sexual health services at Queen's Hospital, Romford

Queen's Hospital is one of our satellite sites where we offer free sexual health and contraception services.

Contraception is also available for residents of Havering, Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge and any other London Borough. We also provide services if you are a resident of a non London borough and have emergency contraception needs, are under 18 years of age or have IUD or IUS pain.   

Queen's Hospital, Ground Floor, Rom Valley Way, Romford, RM7 0AG.

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Sexual health services at Queen's Hospital

  • Testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Information and advice 
  • One-to-one discussions on reducing your STI risk
  • Free condoms and lubricant
  • Advice about unplanned pregnancy
  • Treatment for chlamydia by appointment
  • Young person-friendly clinic for people aged under 20 years.

You will not be seen at this clinic if you have symptoms – you will need to attend Barking Community Hospital.

If you are a resident of Havering or Redbridge you can access online sexual health services at www.shl.uk. This is suitable if you are over 18 and have no symptoms.

Contraceptive services

We offer all methods of contraception, including:

  • Emergency contraception
  • Oral contraception
  • Injectable contraception
  • Implants, intra-uterine contraception (IUD and IUS) and diaphragms
  • Contraceptive patch
  • Male and female condoms
  • As well as help and advice

For contraceptive procedures, such as IUDs or IUSs (intrauterine system or devices), or implants, you’ll need to make an appointment.

If you’re an existing patient and you require a repeat prescription for contraception you can use our walk-in service. 

Appointments, enquiries and opening times

To book an appointment or to speak to us directly, please call 0208 924 6674 between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.

Please tell our reception staff if you 

  • Have been recently sexually assaulted
  • Had sexual exposure to HIV within 72 hours
  • Are a teenager under 18 years of age
  • Need emergency contraception.

Opening times

Queen’s Hospital
Tuesday 8am to 11am Walk-in for existing patients and appointments
  12.30pm to 3.15pm Walk-in for existing patients and appointments
  4pm to 7pm Walk-in for existing patients, new patients and appointments
  3pm to 6pm Young person's clinic (under 20s) walk-in
Wednesday 12.30pm to 3.15pm Walk-in for existing patients and appointments
  4pm to 7pm Walk-in for existing patients, new patients and appointments
  3pm to 6pm Young persons' clinic (under 20s) walk-in
Friday 8am to 11am Walk-in for existing patients and appointments
  12.30pm to 3.15pm Walk-in for existing patients and appointments

Doors open 15 minutes before the start of the clinic. Please be aware that our walk-in clinics can get extremely busy and you may have to wait a while. If we are particularly busy we may, on occasion, need to close earlier than usual. If we’re unable to see you on the same day, we’ll try and see you in another session as soon as we can.

If we're not open

If we’re not open, and you cannot wait to be seen, you can

  • check if any of our other clinics are open
  • visit NHS Choices
  • call NHS 111
  • some pharmacy services also provide emergency contraception
  • contact your GP
  • in an emergency, go to the Emergency Department at Queen’s or King George hospitals.

Emergencies

If you do have symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection, have been recently sexually assaulted, or had sexual exposure to HIV within the last three days, you should go to Barking Community Hospital.