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Sexual Health

Garden Clinic

The Garden Clinic provides a free, confidential, non judgemental, integrated Sexual Health Service in Slough, Bracknell and Maidenhead. We have over twenty years experience of providing a one stop shop for your sexual health and contraception needs.

Usually all of your needs are met in one visit. Testing and treatment of sexual infections (STIs), contraception including emergency contraception, HIV testing and treatment and emergency treatment following HIV risk (PEP) are all available. 

For more information go to:

STI Screening Kits

Screening kits can be ordered from

National Chlamydia Screening Programme

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the UK – 1 in 10 men and women under the age of 25 are tested positive for it. Most people who have

the infection have no symptoms but if left untreated, can spread to other parts of the body, and can lead to long term health problems.

For more information, please pick up a leaflet from the surgery, contact the Chlamydia Screening Office on 01753 635330 or click onto: .

We provide free testing for under 25 year olds – the test is simple and painless, you don’t have to be examined, it’s confidential too,  which means the screening office won’t tell anyone you’ve been tested, not even your GP, without your consent. They will arrange for you (and only you) to be notified of your results either by text, email, phone or post – you decide. 576

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