Welcome to Oxfordshire Sexual Health Service
Clinic waiting times longer than usual
We are having some teething problems with our new computer system. As a result, clinics are running slower and waiting times are longer than usual.
If your problem is not urgent then we would ask you to come back to us in a few weeks’ time, or see your GP.
We are also trying to keep up with telephone calls and messages. Again, if it is not urgent please don’t call us.
Thank you for your patience. We will keep you updated on here.
Didcot clinic – computer problems
We are in the process of changing computer systems and will have ongoing computer problems until 18 October.
If you want STI testing only, we recommend that you attend one of our other clinics instead. Thank you for your patience.
Phoning our clinics
The majority of our clinics are walk-in (no appointment required), but please note that some of our clinics are extremely busy and you may be asked to attend on a different day if that clinic is full. If you wish to make an appointment, please contact the Oxford (Churchill) or Banbury clinics. View all clinic opening times
HPV vaccination now available
If you are a man who has sex with men and are aged 45 years and under, then you are eligible for the HPV vaccination.
About Oxfordshire Sexual Health Service
Our Oxford and Banbury clinics are sexual health clinics offering a full range of services including genitourinary medicine (GUM) and contraception: testing for and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), all types of contraception including emergency contraception, advice on safer sex, relationships, drug use or other health related issues, and HIV care.
We also have a number of clinics in locations throughout Oxfordshire. All offer basic sexual health screening (tests), treatment, contraception and advice but may not be suitable for everyone. Find the right clinic for you
Please note that none of our clinics are open on Sundays or bank holidays.