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Sexual Health Outreach Clinics

If you have no symptoms and/or need contraception, there are a number of outreach clinics in Aylesbury (Oakfield Clinic), Buckingham, Burnham, Chesham, Chalfont & Gerrards Cross and High Wycombe,  plus weekly term time clinics for students at Aylesbury and Amersham & Wycombe Colleges.  To make an appointment phone 0300 303 2880.

Walk in Clinics

If you have symptoms and would like to be seen urgently, either attend a walk in clinic at the following times or to book an appointment phone 0300 303 2880.

All Ages
Tues 9-11.30am Wycombe, SHAW
Thurs 9-11.30am Aylesbury, Brookside

Thurs 1-3pm Wycombe, SHAW

Under 25’s Only
 2.30-5pm Buckingham, Swan Practice (This walk in clinic is only for under 25’s with no symptoms).

Under 21’s Only
Mon 2-5pm Aylesbury, Brookside
Tues 3-5pm Wycombe, SHAW

Please be aware our walk in clinics can be busy and there may be a wait.


Changes to the Website

You may notice a few changes to the website in the coming month. It is hoped that when the changes are finished the website will be easier to navigate and that you will be able to find answers to urgent questions about things like PEP, Emergency Contraception, and Sexual Assault more easily.

If you find something is not where it usually is, please check the noticeboard as we will provide updates on any recent changes.

Recent Update: Top Toolbar
We have put the Blog Section, the Contact Us page and the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) down at the bottom of the website in the footer.

Information pages written for Parents, People with Learning Disabilities and for age groups 25yrs+ and 50yrs+ can all be found by clicking on the Sexual Health Information link in the footer.

Feedback Welcome
We always welcome feedback on this website. If you have any comments on the current changes, or just on the website in general please click on the Contact Us link in the footer.

Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)

Our bSHaW sexual health clinics are all free, confidential and include:

• MSM recommended annual checks;    every three months if you have multiple partners
• Full sexual health screening and treatment for all infections
• Screening for Hepatitis C
• Hepatitis B vaccination
• Option for self-taken swabs
• HIV Point of Care Testing (find out your results instantly)
• PEP and when you need to take it
• Information and advice on condoms,  chemsex, alcohol and safer sex

To make an appointment telephone 0300 303 2880 or come along to one of our walk in clinics – see the Service Finder Tool

Remember condoms are key to preventing HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).  Check out the It Starts With Me Condom Quiz to find out the best condom for you.



Prince Harry gets Tested for HIV live on Facebook

"We need to normalize testing and smash the stigma" says Prince Harry.

3 in 5 young people do not remember receiving any info on HIV at school, found Terrence Higgins Trust in their recent report ‘End the Silence’. Read more here.


Buckinghamshire Sexual Health Strategy 2016/2021

The new Buckinghamshire Sexual Health Strategy 2016 - 2021 has been agreed by a Key Member Decision at the County Council and is available to view via this link.

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