Sefton Sexual Health Service | an integrated sexual health service provided in Sefton
For all appointments and enquiries about the services available or opening times please call the telephone number.
Line open Monday – Thursday 9-5pm and Friday 9-4pm.
Any change is detailed in Latest News section.

01695 656550

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Clinic times and locations    
Welcome to Sefton Sexual Health Service.
We provide sexual health services across the communities of Sefton. Our service is free and confidential for everyone. We offer a choice of walk-in, or appointment clinics and designated under 25 only sessions. You can state your preference to be seen by either male or female staff, and we will do our best to accommodate your wishes based on staff availability. Services provided include all contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatments including HIV, free condoms and pregnancy tests. In addition, we have referral clinics for pyschosexual therapy  and erectile dysfunction. Community gynaecology is available in South Sefton by GP referral. The clinic service is supported by a clinical outreach service (referral only) and sexual health promotion team (see sexual health promotion for contact details).

What can I find on this site?

The site lists all the FREE sexual health services available in Sefton. Here you will find useful maps, contact numbers, websites, and opening times at your fingertips. Alternatively, you can click on the menu to find out more about that subject area and where you can get access to that type of service.

Our service vision is to provide a high quality, fully integrated and holistic sexual health service that is accessible and meets the needs of our local community.



Southport Centre for Health & Well-Being


Thursday 9th August


The walk-in clinic on this day will be 9.00 – 11.30. It will re-open at 14.00.






Southport Centre for Health & Wellbeing

As from Saturday 2nd June,  the 12.00 to 15.00 session will be open to all ages.



Please be aware that sometimes patients are not called in to see the nurse or doctor in the order that they arrive. This happens so that we can allocate the appropriate staff to the requested need of each patient.



HPV (human papillomavirus) found during your routine cervical screen?

We recommend that you take a look at the Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust website

Here you will find lots of information explaining what this means and how it is treated.

There is also a dedicated helpline Tel. 0808 802 8000 to answer individual enquiries.





New GP referral forms for Psychosexual Therapy Service, Erectile Dysfunction and GU Referrals can be found in the Professionals Only Referral & Downloads section on our home page footer.


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