Annan Sexual Health Clinic

Sexual Health D&G offers a confidential service with the option of anonymous testing, whatever your age, gender or sexual orientation. For more information or to book an appointment phone 0345 7023687 from 08.30 to 16.00

Services offered:
• contraception excluding intrauterine devices and male and female sterilisation
• counselling for vasectomy (operations are in Dumfries)
• emergency contraception
• pregnancy testing and termination of pregnancy referral
• STI testing and treatment and partner notification. Dried Blood Spot (DBS) testing. The management of HIV is not part of SHD&G’s remit
• condoms and postal testing kits by post
• behavioural interventions using motivational interviewing techniques for sexual risk taking and alcohol
• hate crime reporting centre

Services Offered

Contraception
Drop-in
Emergency Contraception
Free Condoms
Men Who Have Sex With Men
Pregnancy Testing
Testing for HIV
Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections
Unplanned Pregnancy Advice

Priority will be given to those who:

  • Have symptoms suggestive of an STI
  • Have been diagnosed with an acute STI
  • Have had sexual contact with a person known to have been diagnosed with an acute STI
  • Require emergency contraception or termination of pregnancy
  • Have run out of regular contraception
  • Are aged under 16 years
  • Have had recent HIV or hepatitis B exposure
  • Have experienced a recent sexual assault

Opening times

Normal opening times

Tuesday
18:00 - 20:00

1st & 3rd Tuesday 6pm-8pm (Appointments only)

Contact details

Reception
0345 7023687
Helpline (Monday to Friday 13.00 to 14.00)
07736955219
Email
dgsexualhealth@nhs.net
Website
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Social Links

Address

Greencroft Medical Centre (North)
Bank Street Entrance
Bank Street
Annan
DG12 6AA

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Accessibility
Wheelchair access
Last Updated: 01/10/2019

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