Central booking Line 01903 285199

Welcome to Sexual Health West Sussex.

We provide a full range of sexual health services across 3 Hubs, 6 days a week:

  • Crawley
  • Chichester
  • Worthing

With additional clinics held in

  • Horsham*
  • Bognor*
  • Outreach Team*

*Please call the central booking line on 01903 285199 for more information on appointment types and opening times.

We are a LGBTQ+ friendly service. We provide care whatever your gender identity or sexuality.

Central Booking Line: 01903 285199

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Our services include

  • STI screening: Online or Face to Face
  • All forms of contraception
  • Treatment and management of STI’s
  • Hepatitis A&B vaccination for those at sexual risk
  • HPV vaccination for men who have sex with men & people living with HIV
  • HIV Post exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
  • HIV Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

This list is not exhaustive, talk to our Central Booking Line if you are unsure

Services we are UNABLE to provide:

  • Coils or medication for non-contraceptive reasons; heavy menstrual bleeding, endometrial protection with HRT
  • Cervical cytology (smear tests) or colposcopy
  • Management of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
  • Fertility screening tests or fertility management
  • Menopause treatment

Please contact your GP for more information on how to access these services.

Our services include condoms, contraception, testing, treatment and advice for sexually transmitted illnesses. NHS Logo We are part of the NHS so our confidential services are free and run by trained professionals. You do not need a GP referral. NHS Logo Follow us on our Instagram WSHT_sexualhealth for the latest updates NHS Logo You can also find us on Facebook at WSHT Sexual Health and twitter @wsexualhealth NHS Logo

Update: Monkeypox

If you think you have symptoms of Monkeypox please contact our central booking line on 01903 285199.  Please avoid attending our clinics unannounced. The call centre team will advise you of the local procedures in place.  

For more information please click on the following links: 

UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) 

Monkeypox - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

The Sexual Health Team.