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Sexual Health

King’s College Hospital Sexual Health Clinic @ Beckenham Beacon

Sexual health

We provide free, confidential sexual health and HIV services at Beckenham Beacon. We are open to everyone regardless of age or sexuality, and we offer a range of services, including:

  • screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea and HIV
  • treatment and contact tracing
  • HIV treatment and care
  • emergency contraception
  • condom distribution
  • advice on safer sex and avoiding STIs


Sexual health walk-in clinic

There’s no need to make an appointment or be referred – simply come in to the clinic for advice and support.

We operate a walk-in and wait ticket system, with a limited number of tickets per hour. Once these tickets have all been given out, we will ask you to come to the next convenient clinic.


For GPs and referrers

Patients can self-refer into the walk-in clinics.


GPs can refer by emailing KCH at Send one referral per email and include patient and GP practice details.


Opening hours

We open 15 minutes before the clinic times listed, to allow you to register:



9am – 4pm


11am – 6pm


1.30pm – 6pm


8am – 3pm


8am – 3pm



We are closed on bank (public) holidays.


HIV clinic (appointment only)

Appointments are available:  Monday: 2pm – 4.30pm       Wednesday: 2pm – 4pm


We also offer sexual health and HIV services at Camberwell Sexual Health Centre and the Caldecot Centre.



Beckenham Beacon

Main reception: 01689 866 622/623



Location & Transport links

379 Croydon Road, Beckenham, Kent. BR3 3QL

(Bus routes 54, 194 & 358, nearest train stations: Clock House (10 minute walk) & Beckenham Junction (14 minute walk))


London Borough of Lewisham Sexual Health & Contraception Clinics


Downham Health & Leisure Centre

This clinic is for the under 25s only


1st Floor

7-9 Moorside Road




Tel: 020 3049 1825 during opening hours

Tel: 020 3049 3516 at other times

Walk in service:


Wednesday: 3pm–7pm**

Thursday: 3pm–7pm**

Closed: Monday, Tuesday and Friday

The Primary Care Centre

For people of all ages including young people


1st Floor Hawstead Road




Tel: 020 7138 1700

Tel: 020 3049 3516 at other times

Walk-in service:


Monday: 2pm–7pm**

Tuesday: 2pm–7pm**

Wednesday: 2pm–7pm**

Thursday: 2pm–7pm**

Waldron Health Centre

For people of all ages including young people


Clinic, Suite 8, 2nd Floor, Amersham Vale

SE14 6LD

(Opposite New Cross Station)


Tel: 020 3049 3500 during opening hours

Tel: 020 3049 3516 at other times


Office HQ, Suite 10, 3rd Floor

Tel: 020 3049 3516

Walk-in service and appointments:


Monday: 10am–4pm for walk-in** and 5pm–7pm for appointments*

Tuesday: 10am–4pm for walk-in** and 5pm–7pm for appointments*

Wednesday: 2pm–7pm for walk-in**

Thursday: 10am–4pm for walk-in** and 5pm–7pm for appointments*

Friday: 8am–2:30pm for walk-in**

Saturday: 9:30am–2pm for walk in**


Closed on Bank Holidays


* Appointments can be made in person or by phone to the clinic on 020 3049 3500 from 10am on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 2pm Wednesday. Appointments are filled very quickly. Phone lines divert to our opening times voicemail message when all lines are busy – please redial.

** Slot system – after booking in, you may be asked to return at a later time in the day. This is to help reduce your waiting time in the clinic. Slots are limited and not available for booking by phone, so please arrive early to reserve your place.


What services are available?

Long acting reversible contraception (LARC), available by appointment as well as at walk-in clinics                                                

Tests and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), available at all clinics

Specialist genito-urinary medicine (GUM) service every day at the Waldron clinic by appointment

Services for young people (You’re Welcome accredited services)

Pregnancy testing, advice and referral

Emergency hormonal contraception & emergency IUD

HIV testing


Information for young people

We have a dedicated website to inform and empower young people about issues around contraception, sex, relationships, sexual health and related issues. To find out more, visit

Central & SE London Sexual Health Clinics



Location & Public Transport Links

Contact Details, Services Offered & Opening Days

Trafalgar Clinic

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Stadium Road, London. SE18 4QH


(Bus routes 291 & 469, nearest train station: Woolwich Dockyard (21 minute walk))

020 8836 6969 (may take walk-ins w/out referral if not Greenwich resident, must phone to check)


GSH Central

16-20 Market Street, Woolwich, London. SE18 6QR


(5/6 minute walk from Woolwich Arsenal DLR/National Rail)

020 8301 8920

Monday-Saturday: walk-in and appts

Burrell Street SH Clinic

(Guys & St Thomas’ Trust)

4-5 Burrell Street, London. SE1 0UN


(Nearest Tube: Blackfriars, Southwark Exit; Southwark Tube Station)

020 7188 6666

Open 7 days a week, walk-in

Jefferiss Wing

St Mary’s Hospital

Jefferiss Wing

St Mary’s Hospital

Praed Street, London. W2 1NY


(100m from Paddington Station)

020 3312 6626/1225 (Hospital General Inquiries)

Monday-Friday: appointment only

56 Dean Street

56 Dean Street, Soho, London. W1D 6AQ.


(Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square)

020 3315 5656


Appointments (walk-in for urgent assessment/under-19s)

Dean Street Express

34 Dean Street, Soho, London. W1D 4PR.


(Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square)


Time-slot appts only, book online w/UK mobile no.

(Walk-in treatment of CT/GC)

Camberwell SH Centre

Ground Floor, Camberwell Building, 94-104 Denmark Hill, London. SE5 9RS.


(6 minute walk from Denmark Hill National Rail/Overground Station)

020 3299 5000

Monday-Friday for walk-ins

Monday-Friday for evening appointments (must book in-person)

Caldecot Centre

Ground Floor, Caldecot Centre, 15-22 Caldecot Road, London. SE5 9RS.


(7 minute walk from Denmark Hill National Rail/Overground Station)

020 3299 5000


Emergency walk-ins and appointments for HIV services


Sexually Transmitted Infections

HIV Infection Clinical Indicator Diseases chart

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