Queensway Health Centre in Hatfield has a sexual health and contraception clinic on Saturdays (walk in clinic for under-25s between 10am and 12pm), Monday evenings (6.30-8.30pm). The clinics provide free condoms, all methods of contraception, pregnancy testing and referral for termination of pregnancy, sexual health advice and testing.
At Clinic E at Hertford County Hospital you can get free and confidential testing, treatment and advice about all sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We provide care for any sexual health problems. You can also get free condoms, femidoms, implants, coils and emergency contraception (morning after pill), pregnancy tests and referral for termination of pregnancy.
The Watford Sexual Health and Contraception Clinic at Watford Town Hall offers a range of sexual health services including free condoms, emergency contraception, HIV testing (and advice and treatment where appropriate). On alternate Thursdays 5-7pm there is a special sexual health clinic for LGBTQ* people - please call 0300 008 5522 for next date.
Bishop's Stortford Sexual Health and Family Planning Clinic at the Kitwood Unit, Herts & Essex Community Hospital in Bishop's Stortford offers free and confidential sexual health and contraception advice and treatment to anyone regardless of age or gender. The clinic is open on Thursdays and has a walk-in sessions 9-11.30am and 4-7pm.
Do you want somewhere to talk about sexual health and find out how to protect yourself? Come to the YC Hertfordshire Friday night sessions at the XC Young People's Centre. You can get free condoms with our new condom wallet scheme. YC Hertfordshire is the new name for Youth Connexions.