GPs and professionals

Patients requesting sexual health screens or contraception can either walk in and wait or book online using our appointment booking system. 

We can manage the following conditions in our routine clinics

For more complex cases (e.g. recurrent/persistent symptoms, genital dermatoses, sexual dysfunction) please send a referral letter by post or email. We will contact the patient and book them into a consultant-led clinic.

If you would like urgent medical advice please call 020 8496 7375 and leave a message for the doctor in charge to call you back.

Out-of-hours please phone 020 3416 5000. This is the Trust switchboard number. Please ask to speak to the infection and immunity GUM registrar on call.

For HIV advice

Barts Health HIV Services response to Covid-19 can be found here 

We have compiled a list of FAQs which you may find useful. FAQs for HIV patients

For urgent medical advice

Sir Ludwig Guttman Centre (Stratford)

  • Please call 07415 781 648 (clinic coordinator)
  • Advice is available from 9am to 7pm on weekdays and from 9am to 1pm on Saturdays

Ambrose King Centre (Whitechapel)

  • Please call 07809 101 494 (clinic coordinator) and leave a message for the senior duty doctor to call you back
  • Advice is available from 9am to 7pm on weekdays and from 9am to 4pm on Saturdays

For non-urgent advice

Please email us.

This is for all primary care (general practice, community pharmacy) and other non-specialist staff across the sub-region to contact us for non-urgent clinical, operational or teaching advice or information. We will usually respond to queries within two working days.

Make a referral

GPs can refer patients to All East services in a number of ways

  • Refer patients with sexual health issues, including certain positive STI diagnoses using the sexual health referral form on EMIS and emailing us
  • Refer patients with contraception issues using the contraception referral form on EMIS and emailing us
  • Send patients to a walk-in clinic on the day with a referral letter and they will be seen on the day if they show the letter to the receptionist