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Update on Integrated Sexual Health Services over the weekend

01 Mar 2018 17:18:34


In view of the current adverse weather conditions, our Integrated Sexual Health Services will be closed this weekend, but want to ensure you remain safe during this period.

 

The team are currently running a reduced service and will be closed Saturday 3 March and Sunday 4 March. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

If you are a C-Card holder, you can obtain free condoms from the Eric Manns building in Rotherham.

For non C-Card users, please check Mesmac opening times.

 

If you need emergency contraception, please consult the NHS Choices website and look at: Where can I get emergency contraception? - This will ask you for your location and provide you with the nearest service. Please note; some Pharmacies may charge for this service.

 

If you think you have been in contact with HIV and may need Post Exposure Prophylaxis, please visit your nearest A&E department.

 

We hope to resume normal clinic hours as soon as possible.

 

 

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