Need an appointment for free sexual health screening or confidential sexual health advice?
We are an appointment based system and we aim to see all patients within 48 hours. Our hours are:
- Monday 9am-3pm
- Tuesday 1-6pm
- Wednesday 1-7pm
- Thursday 1-6pm
- Friday 9am-3pm
You can book an appointment at the Marlborough Clinic using the online booking system or by calling the appointments line on 020 7830 2047. This line is staffed during clinic hours.
We are now offering appointments for long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC). LARC include implants, IUD and IUS. Please call the number above to make a booking.
We recognise that many of our patients do not identify as male or female and that subsequently our appointment booking system does not cater to the needs of all our patients. We are currently working with NHS England and Public Health England to resolve this and improve our service. In the meantime we ask that you please bear with us while our systems are upgraded.
We also have walk-in sessions at the following times:
Mondays 3-6pm – for all patients who are 24 years or under
Tuesdays 8.30-11am – for patients of all ages
Thursdays 9-11am – for patients of all ages
You can also walk-in and see us without an appointment if you:
- are 19 years or under
- need emergency contraception or the morning after pill
- think you have been exposed to HIV within the last 72 hours and may need PEPSE
- need a prescription for the contraceptive pill
- would like free condoms or a chlamydia testing kit
- would like an HIV test.
Please note that on rare occasions it is not always possible to see all walk-ins. If this is the case, we will offer you the next available appointment. Most people will be given an appointment within 24 hours of contacting the clinic.
Participants needed for amyloidosis study
Staying in one of our hospitals? Read about what to expect on the ward, visiting hours, food and drink,and lots mor… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
The title 'Royal' was granted to the Royal Free in 1837 in recognition of the hospital's work with cholera patients… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
The National Amyloidosis Centre needs men aged over 80,with no known heart disease, to take part in a research study ow.ly/eso6304uTz9
Our new short film explains what to expect when you're referred to us for pulmonary hypertension testing ow.ly/fBVP304uRJ5