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NHS Grampian provides advice and support on sexual health, sexual problems and contraception across all age groups.
 

Call 0845 337 9900 to book an appointment at any sexual health clinic in Grampian or to make an enquiry.

Routine sexual infection testing and contraception are also available at your local general practice.

 

Grampian Sexual Health @ The Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village:

The place to come if you have a problem with your genitals, if you think you may have an STI or for specialist contraception advice.

Grampian Sexual Health is based at the Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village, 50 Frederick Street, Aberdeen.

Call 0845 337 9900 for an appointment or more information.

All medications, vaccines and consultations are free.

Information about services provided, clinic and drop in times and how to find us is available here.  The Health Village website provides information and access to online resources that will help you plan your journey to the Health Village.

When you attend one of our clinics you will be asked to complete a Registration Form (pdf) and a questionnaire to help us make sure you are seen by the best person.  To save time at the clinic you can download the forms here and bring them with you. 

Please ensure you use the correct questionnaire for Male (pdf) or Female (pdf) and complete them as fully as possible.



Dr Gray's:


All patients wishing to be seen at Dr Grays hospital must contact 0845 337 9900 to ensure that a clinic is running on the day they wish to attend or to make an Elgin appointment.
 
There are several free and confidential clinics held at Dr Gray's Hospital. They take place in the Main Outpatient clinic on the Ground Floor. 
 
We offer all methods of contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and lube and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
 
There are some daytime and some evening clinics. The days and times these take place can vary from week to week so it is really important you phone first.  
 
Please call the Aberdeen Health Village on 0845 337 9900  and ask for an Elgin appointment.  The receptionist will need to ask you a few questions to make sure you get an appointment with the right person as not all the clinics offer all services.
 
Alternatively you can call the Elgin clinic on a Monday and a Thursday evening between 5.30pm and 8pm on 01343 567574.

Information about services provided, clinic and drop in times and how to find us is available here.

When you attend one of our clinics you will be asked to complete a Registration Form (pdf) and a questionnaire to help us make sure you are seen by the best person.  To save time at the clinic you can download the forms here and bring them with you. 

Please ensure you use the correct questionnaire for Male (pdf) or Female (pdf) and complete them as fully as possible.


Local Sexual Health Clinics

For contraception, emergency contraception, sexually transmitted infections testing & treatment and unplanned pregnancy advice...

Peterhead Health Centre (from 18th March)

  • First, third and fifth Tuesday of each month
  • 2pm-4pm appointments for GP or self-referrals (call 0845 337 9900 for an appointment)
  • 4pm-6pm drop-in clinic for people aged under 18 years of age - no appointment needed
Fraserburgh Hospital
  • Second and fourth Tuesday of each month
  • 2pm-4pm appointments for GP or self-referrals (call 0845 337 9900 for an appointment)
  • 4pm-6pm drop-in clinic for people aged under 18 years of age - no appointment needed

When you attend one of our clinics you will be asked to complete a Registration Form (pdf) and a questionnaire to help us make sure you are seen by the best person.  To save time at the clinic you can download the forms here and bring them with you. 

Please ensure you use the correct questionnaire for Male (pdf) or Female (pdf) and complete them as fully as possible.


 

The Scottish Government's Sexual Health Scotland website has information about sexual health.  Whether we're part of a couple, in a new relationship, have many partners or are happy and relaxed with no sex, everyone needs to take care of their sexual wellbeing.  This website has lots of information on sexual wellbeing including how to know if you need a test or where sexual health services are in your area.