The Nelson Medical Practice

Kingston Road, London, SW20 8DA

111 Out of hours
GP services only, call: 0203 668 3400
All other Health Centre Services, call: 0203 668 3300

Chlamydia screening

If you are between 15 and 25yrs old, whether male or female, you can get a FREE chlamydia test. It is a simple test that you can do yourself and all results are confidential. If you would like to get a free chlamydia screening test, please ask one of our Patient Navigators for the kit to take home.

For more information about chlamydia screening visit the National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP).

Sexual health help line

Call 0845 122 8690 9.00am to 3.00pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am to 12.00pm Friday (closed on bank holidays).

The Family Planning Association Sexual health help line can give you confidential information and advice and provide booklets on: contraception methods common sexually transmitted infections pregnancy choices, abortion and planning a pregnancy. Read more at the FPA website.

Useful information & advice

What is sexual health?

Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. This includes protection against sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy or physical abuse so that you can enjoy pleasurable and safe sexual experiences.

Whether you’re part of a couple, in a new relationship, have many partners or are happy and relaxed not having sex, everyone needs to take care of their sexual wellbeing.

Sexually transmitted infections (STI)

STI are illnesses that have a significant probability of transmission between humans by means of human sexual behaviour, including vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex.

For more information see the website below:

Stay safe

Condoms are the only contraception that protect against pregnancy and STIs.

For more information see the website below:


There are lots of contraception options for you. Find out which one is right for you at NHS Choices.

Sexual abuse

Sexual abuse can happen to anyone. Please consult with your doctor or for more information and support visit NHS Choices.

Useful websites