Service update

Service update

Bank Holiday Closure

After careful consideration, we will be closing all our services on Monday 19th September 2022. This decision was based on our commitment to provide safe and compassionate care which we did not feel we could fully deliver with limited staffing, transport disruptions and reduced running of adjacent services. If you have an appointment on 19th September, we will be in touch to rearrange. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Monkeypox Vaccine Update

The monkeypox vaccine is currently available for men who are having sex with men.

If you have never attended our All East services in either Stratford or Whitechapel please call us on 07935 603 484 (between the hours of 9am and 4pm) to assess your eligibility.

If you have previously attended our All East services before in either Stratford or Whitechapel please walk-in for a vaccine on Tuesdays 09:30-16:30 or Wednesdays 12:30-16:30 at the Ambrose King Centre E1 2BB or please call us on 07935 603 484 to book an appointment. Please note that this number is for monkeypox appointments only.

Keeping you safe

Our walk-in services are currently unavailable. Please book a telephone appointment here.

All patients attending the service are required to wear a fresh surgical face mask which will be provided to you upon entry. Read our All East Covid-19 response.

For emergencies only, call 020 7480 4737.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Should you require urgent help during our clinic closing times, please attend your nearest A&E Deparment.

Our Services

We provide free and confidential sexual health services at our centres across east London, providing everything from sexual health screenings (including HIV testing) to contraception services.

Update

Important update from the All East team

All walk-in services are currently unavailable. Please book a telephone appointment online. We are able to offer limited face to face appointments for urgent cases only.

Want an STI test? Order a free test kit to complete at home. If under 16, please book an appointment  online.

Want to speak to a clinician? Book a telephone consultation.

After speaking with you on the phone, if medication/s are required, prescription options will be discussed. If you need to be seen by a clinician, then we will book you an appointment.

Please do not hesitate to book a telephone appointment, especially if you need:

  • Treatment for a diagnosed sexually transmitted infection
  • Medication if you may have been exposed to HIV in the last 3 days (PEP/PEPSE) 
  • Emergency contraception (morning after pill or IUD)
  • Help if you have been sexual assaulted
  • Support and safeguarding for people who are young and/or vulnerable
  • Contraception including coil or implant insertion and removal. Please book a telephone consultation first, and we will help to find you an appointment

Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has the following symptoms:

  • a high temperature
  • a new continuous cough
  • a loss or change of sense of smell or taste.

We must all work together to slow the spread of COVID-19 infection.