The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has issued a warning to people to not use or buy Hightop HIV/AIDS Home Test Kit because they may be unreliable and produce incorrect results. More details are available in an MHRA press release and a video to raise awareness across social media channels is available on
Norbiton Station, the nearest station to Kingston Hospital, will be closed from 5th-28th August 2017. Please see this Norbiton Closure flyer for information on getting to the hospital and see below for some tips on minimizing disruption during the London Waterloo upgrade.
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We would like to wish all our patients a great Easter break. Please note we are closed bank holiday Friday 14th April and bank holiday Monday 17th April 2017. Our normal opening hours will resume on Tuesday 18th April. See opening hours.
The Wolverton Centre offers a full range of contraception. To find out which type of contraception is best for you, take a look at our comparison table to help you compare different types of contraception. Simply select the options you are interested in and compare them in the table. For more information about all the choices available
The Wolverton Centre hosted a Sexual Health Education Seminar on 6th July 2016 which was well attended by GPs and Practice Nurses and received excellent feedback. The seminar included presentations relating to:- Contraception for the complex patient and four workshops relating to “Managing sexual health problems in primary care” – 1. Genital Dermatology 2. Psychosexual
Think we could do better for our patients? Ever thought about becoming a “Patient Experience Volunteer” Asking patients, carers and visitors to give feedback is an important way to find out what matters to people and make improvements that really count. Volunteers will receive training to conduct professional research with patients that helps shape the future
Injectable Contraception (called “Depo-Provera”) is a very reliable and convenient type of contraception. The injection is given every 12 weeks into the buttock. You might find your periods are irregular to start with, but they often disappear altogether when you have been using the injection for a few months. Read more When can I attend?