Sexual health and wellbeing

Your sexual health plays an important part in your overall health and wellbeing. We can provide you with advice over any sexual concerns you may have as well as testing for any Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) you’re worried about. We can also prescribe treatment, where necessary.

Our service is discreet, sensitive and totally confidential and we will do everything we can to put your mind at rest.


Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be passed on from one person to another through unprotected sex or by genital touching. 

If you’ve had unprotected sex, you might have an STI and not know it because they don’t always have obvious symptoms. So if you think you are at risk, it’s best to get checked out.

Most STIs are easy and painless to get treated if you find out about them early. Leave them and they can become serious, even making you infertile.

Tests that we carry out include:

  • Chlamydia – £42
  • Gonorrhoea – £42
  • Chlamydia & gonorrhoea – £60
  • Syphilis – £25
  • HIV – £30
  • Combined HIV/Hep B/ Hep C – £50
  • Hepatitis B – £52
  • Hepatitis C – £35

You can talk to our private GP about any sexual concerns you may have and we can arrange testing and treatment at your convenience.

Make an enquiry

Simply call us on 0121 728 8366 or email Alternatively, to find out more about our services please complete the enquiry form below.

What our patients say

"The doctor was very friendly and approachable. He answered all my questions. The waiting area was very nice, the building is gorgeous and the downstairs reception is very impressive and professional."
"Good experience, very professional. The building was immaculate, very modern with plenty of natural light. The receptionist welcomed me and showed me to the waiting area, she talked me through what details I needed to provide, she was polite and friendly. The waiting room was smart and comfortable. The clinician was reassuring and very attentive, I felt very comfortable and it was completely refreshing not to be rushed in and out like I’m used to with my local GP."