This website is not managed by the Sexual Health Services or monitored by Clinical Staff so please do not use this form to seek any medical advice or make appointments.
For enquires, to make an appointment, or to visit a walk in clinic, please call the central bSHaW phone number - 0300 303 2880. For example, if you think you have symptoms for a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or need contraception, then all these queries should be directed to the sexual health services.
If you have any feedback to help our website or services improve, please submit your feedback on the form. No personal details should be submitted on this form.
All personal identifiable information is confidential unless we believe that you, or someone you know is in immediate danger of being harmed.
Please be aware that we are not an emergency service, but we will try to respond to questions within 5 working days. Medical information inadvertently shared will be - where possible - sent to the clinical team but the Public Health administrative team do not take responsibility for any delays caused when sharing this information with the clinical teams.
Thank you for your feedback. It is important to us to ensure that local sexual health services meet the needs of the community.
Sexual health services in Buckinghamshire are provided by a number of different organisations. There are clinics at Wycombe Hospital (the SHAW clinic) and at Brookside in Aylesbury, both run by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. In addition there are a range of community clinics offering both contraception and STI testing, run by the Terrence Higgins Trust.
GP surgeries provide a range of basic sexual health services including long acting reversible contraception (LARC methods include implants and IUD/IUS’s) and Chlamydia screening and some community pharmacies offer free emergency hormonal contraception to under 19s and free opportunistic Chlamydia screening to 15-24 year olds.
It is important to us to ensure that local sexual health services meet the needs of the community.
To find a clinic that is convenient for you, go to the service finder page.
This site is owned and maintained by the Public Health Team at Buckinghamshire County Council.
Watch this short video to find out more about what young people in Buckinghamshire want from their sexual health services.
This page was last updated on June 5, 2017