Contraceptive services

Our free, confidential clinics offer contraceptive (family planning) and sexual health services.

You can find a full list of our centres under the map below.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Service

Archway Centre

Margaret Pyke Centre

I need emergency contraception (morning after pill or emergency intrauterine contraception "coil")

Walk in

Walk in 

I need a pregnancy test

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment

I would like a referral for abortion

More information about abortion and self-referral for abortion can be found on the NHS Choices website

Walk in or call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment

Walk in or call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

I'm looking for advice about and/or provision of reversible methods of contraception including the:

  • pill
  • patch
  • injection
  • diaphragm
  • ring

Please note, we offer fast-track appointments for repeat prescriptions

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment.

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment

I would like a fitting or removal of my:

  • implant
  • intrauterine contraception "coil"

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

My cervical screening (smear test) is due

Please note, you will need to be registered with a GP

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

Sterilisation - advice only

We can offer advice about sterilisation but you will need to see you GP for a referral

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment

Call 020 3317 5252 to make an integrated appointment 

I would like free condoms and lube

Walk in

Walk in


Download a copy of our information sheet: Advice for clients prior to an IUD or IUS fitting 

You can also find further information and resources on our leaflets page

Our services are open to everyone apart from:

  • Our consultant-led clinics for complex contraception problems (at Archway Centre, Hillside Primary Care Centre and Margaret Pyke Centre) are available by referral from the general clinics based at these sites or by GP referral.
  • In Hillingdon, provision of the IUS (Mirena coil), for the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding and ring pessary insertion (for prolapsed womb) are by GP referral only.

Service times

Service times vary, and evening and Saturday morning sessions are available at some clinics. Some clinics are walk-in only, others are appointment-only. Choose a clinic from the list below for more information.

Walk-in clinics are only able to see a limited number of patients. This varies according to the number of staff available. Clinics are run on a first come, first served basis, so when demand for services is high, appointment slots are filled quickly.