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Coronavirus / COVID-19

Most of our clinics are open by arrangement only (the exception is Wantage clinic which runs a drop-in session for under 18s). Please book a telephone consultation via email / phone.

Mask wearing and social distancing remain in place in all our sites. If you have a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss or change to your sense of taste or smell, do not come to a clinic. Follow the national advice on coronavirus (COVID-19).

HIV care

We provide comprehensive outpatient treatment and care for people with HIV, as well as sexual health care and ongoing support. We also have close links with an HIV Community Support Team and specialist pharmacists.

Contact us for a telephone consultation; you will then be given a clinic appointment if necessary.

Frequently asked questions

How can I transfer my HIV care from another clinic to Oxford?

If you are on treatment, we strongly advise you do this before your current prescription runs out. Please request a letter from the clinic you currently attend, detailing your history, current blood results and treatment and send it to:

Health Advising Team
Department of Sexual Health
Churchill Hospital
Headington
OX3 7LE

To email a copy of the letter, please call our main phone line on 01865 231231 (option 1) to get the correct email address. If there is no answer, please leave a message with your name, date of birth, telephone number and a brief reason for your call.

Once your letter is received we can book you into a specialist HIV clinic session.

If you are in urgent need of medication as it is running out, please call our main phone line on 01865 231231 (option 1). If there is no answer, please leave a message with your name, date of birth, telephone number and a brief reason for your call.

What do I do if my HIV medications are running out before my appointment?

Usually the doctor who sees you will ensure you have enough medication to last until your next appointment. However, if this is not the case, please call the HIV pharmacists.

What if my home delivery prescription has not arrived?

In the first instance, please call the contact number you have for this service to find out what has happened. If there are more issues, please contact the HIV pharmacists.

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