Royal Cornwall Hospitals

The Hub - Sexual Health Clinic

Phone
01872 255044
Fax
01872 258480
Main Address
Royal Cornwall Hospital, Penventinnie Lane, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3LJ
Outreach Address
St Michael's Hospital, Trelissick Road, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4JA [show on map]
Outreach Address
Liskeard Hospital, Clemo Rd, Liskeard, PL14 3XD [show on map]
Outreach Address
St Austell Hospital, Porthpean Road, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL26 6AA [show on map]
Outreach Address
West Cornwall Hospital, St Clare Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2PF [show on map]
Outreach Address
Newquay Hospital, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. St Thomas Road , Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1RQ [show on map]
Outreach Address
Falmouth Health Centre, Trevaylor Rd, Falmouth, TR11 2LH [show on map]
Outreach Address
Bodmin Hospital, Boundary Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 2QT [show on map]
NHTW Address 2017
Country
United Kingdom [ View Country Profile ]
Description
Sexual health clinic. HIV testing available in several clinics in the area, including Truro, Newquay & Penzance. HIV test results available within ten days. Same-day testing available in an emergency. Health advisers provide information on counselling, testing, treatment and health advice on HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
Outreach clinics offering drop-in clics and appointments, visit website or telephone for details:
St Austell - Penrice Hospital (Monday)
Newquay - Newquay Hospital (Tuesday)
Hayle - St Micheal's Hospital (Tuesday)
Bodmin - Bodmin Hospital (Clinic runs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.)
Falmouth - Falmouth Hospital (Wednesday)
Penzance - West Cornwall Hospital (Thursday)
Liskeard - Liskeard Community Hospital (Friday)
Newquay, Truro and Penzance also offer drop-in clinic's during the week. No appointment necessary. Just call 01872 255044 to find out days and times of the drop-ins.
Languages spoken
English
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