Sexual Health Services

Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) Clinic

Welcome to the Western Trust Sexual health services. We offer a confidential, non-judgmental service that aims to help with all aspects of your sexual health.

If you are concerned you may have a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), we provide ‘check-ups’, advice, guidance and treatment.  We also offer emergency contraception and specialist HIV clinics.

Contact:GUM clinic in Altnagelvin Hospital or the Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex:
028 7161 1269.

Altnagelvin Area Hospital (Anderson House Clinics)


Walk In & Wait Clinic
Registration from 8.45am (limited spaces)

2.00pm-3.45pm (appointment only)

9.00am-11.30am (appointment only)

2.00pm-3.30pm (appointment only)

Walk In & Wait Clinic
Registration from 8.45am (limited spaces)

2.00pm-3.30pm (appointment only)



Walk In & Wait Clinic
Registration from 8.45am (limited spaces)

1.00pm onwards - closed


Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex Clinic

Wednesday 9:30am ro 3:30pm (appointment only)

**ROI patients - service now chargeable**


Sexual Health Survey

Please take the time to answer some quick questions about our GUM clinics to help us improve our services. Click on the button below.


Express Sexual Health Clinic

Click on the flyer to learn more about our Express Sexual health Clinic.


Other Sexual Health and Support Services (Northern Ireland)

Click here for other sexual health services available throughout Northern Ireland

Please click here for useful contact information.

STI Information

A STI can be passed from one person to another through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal and oral sex.
Many people with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) don't get symptoms, so it's worth getting tested even if you feel fine.
Many STIs can be treated with antibiotics. Some, such as HIV, have no cure, but can be treated to prevent them getting worse. The key is to get tested.
For more information on sexually transmitted infections visit NHS Choices

Contraceptive Advice 
If you require any information regarding methods of contraception please contact the Family Planning Association

Freqently Asked Questions

 Please click on the banner below to access information on the most frequently asked questions


Contraception and Sexual Health (CASH)

Contraception and sexual health clinics are a free and confidential service offering sexual health information and advice, all methods of contraception, emergency contraception, education, counselling, STI screening, smears and pregnancy testing.

Appointments can be made at the following clinic locations by contacting the relevant telephone numbers:

Brae Clinic (Waterside) 028 7132 1758

Monday   9.30am to 12 noon
Tuesday  9:30am to 12 noon & 2pm to 4pm
Wednesday  9.30am to 12 noon& 2pm to 4pm
Thursday   9.30am to 12 noon & (2nd and 4th) 2pm to 3pm
Friday   9.30am to 12 noon

Limavady Health Centre 028 7776 1121
Wednesday    2pm to 4pm
Strabane Health Centre 028 7138 4114
1st and 3rd Thursday  2pm to 4pm
Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex 028 8283 5536

Monday   9.30am to 12 noon
Thursday  9.30am to 12 noon & 2pm to 4.30pm

South West Acute Hospital  028 6638 2693

Tuesday  9.30-12.00  & 1.30-3.30pm


We also offer a Young Person's Sexual Health Drop-in Clinic for young people under 25 years of age at the following times and locations:

Brae Clinic

Monday  2pm to 4.30pm
Friday    2pm to 4.30pm

Limavady Health Centre

Wednesday  3.30pm yo 4.30pm

Strabane Health Centre

1st & 3rd Thursday  3.30pm to 4.30pm

Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex

Monday  2.30pm to 4.30pm

South West College
Wednesday  12.30pm to 3.30pm (Walk in & wait limited spaces)