Sexual Health and Reproductive Services

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Changes to Bromley’s sexual health and reproductive service

At Beckenham Beacon

Coming soon – one provider for all contraception and sexual health services

From 3 April 2023, sexual health and reproductive services at Beckenham Beacon will come together as a single service. This new integrated service will be provided by King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Under current arrangements at Beckenham Beacon, King’s already provides the Sexual Health service (Genito-Urinary Medicine Clinic). The Contraception clinic is provided by Bromley Healthcare.

The move to a single service and provider will mean a ‘one stop shop’ for all sexual health and contraception needs through one clinic.

As part of these changes King’s will also be delivering services from Orpington Health and Wellbeing Centre and Mottingham Clinic.

What this means for you

There will be no changes before April 2023. If you have appointment booked before this time it will continue as normal through Bromley Healthcare. After this time your appointment will still take place in the same location, but there may be a change to the date or time of your appointment. If there is a need to change your appointment every effort will be made to keep it as close to your original booking as possible.

Further information

If you have any questions regarding the new service and what it means for your care, please contact the Beckenham Beacon service by email: [email protected]