If you are attending the service for a face-to-face appointment, to collect condoms or medicines please wear a face mask or face covering and maintain social distancing whilst in the clinic and waiting area.


Getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is free, easy and confidential. 

The best time to get a test is 2 weeks after you have put yourself at risk (this is the time in which most infections can be detected).

There are various clinics that run within our service:

  • Queue and wait: a walk in service for patients who are happy to queue and wait to be seen. (These clinics can be extremely busy. Emergencies will always be given priority - so you may not always be seen in the order in which you arrived. The nature of these clinics means that it is not always possible to see all patients - alternative clinics to attend will be offered.)
  • Appointment: for patients with pre-booked appointments.
  • Online: (Chlamydia, Syphilis, HIV and Gonorrhoea only.)
  • CHOICES: specialist clinics for younger patients aged 24 and under.
  • Male only: specialist clinic for male patients run at LSH @ Haymarket Health in Leicester.
  • SHACC: clinics based within local surgeries in Leicester City.
  • Sauna: free drop in clinics for homosexual and bisexual men based within local Saunas.
  • Screen and Go: a service we offer to those who have no symptoms or signs of having an infection, but would still like to be tested for: Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV, Syphillis, Hepatitis B (if required), Hepatitis C (if required).

Call us:

0300 124 0102

Lines are open:
Monday to Thursday: 9am - 12pm & 1pm - 5:30pm
Friday: 9am - 12pm & 1pm - 4pm
Saturday: 10:30am - 3pm

What do you need to test? 

Men: urine sample and a member of staff will take a sample of blood.

Women: self-taken vaginal swab and a member of staff will take a sample of blood.

Midlands Partnership Foundation NHS Trust Providing Sexual Health Services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Services commissioned by Leicester City and Leicestershire and Rutland County Councils.
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