Information to Patients regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19

 We are now asking all patients to wear face coverings when attending face to face appointments

If you have a new continuous cough, high temperature or loss of taste/sense of smell please do not attend your appointment!

If you are self-isolating or have been in contact with a person who has a positive Covid-19 result please do not attend your appointment!

Are you worried about your sexual health?

Walsall Integrated Sexual Health (WiSH) service is here for YOU. It’s a new NHS resource for people of all ages in Walsall that can give you so much help and support FREE.

Get In Touch

You can ask us absolutely anything either by sending your question to our online team using the forum (below right) or giving us a call on 01922 270400.

Under 25?

If you’re under the age of 25 and would like to speak to someone about sex, relationships or growing
up, you can use our anonymous text OKAY service on 64446 or call 01922 270554 to speak to a Young People's Health Adviser.

Our Services

Walsall Integrated Sexual Health Service (WiSH) is a new NHS resource for the residents of Walsall. We now have one premises at Pleck Road, Walsall. Which is opposite the Manor Hospital, and offer postal testing services for home use.


There are many different types of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) that are passed on
during vaginal, anal and oral sex as well as through intimate contact with an infected partner.


You can get free emergency contraception from your GP, any sexual health clinic, local pharmacies if you’re a borough resident and young people’s services across the Walsall area.


If you have had unprotected sex (sex without using contraception) or if your contraception has
failed, (for example a condom has split) then there is a real chance that you could be pregnant.

Sexual Assault

This is an extremely difficult time for you but there is help and support available. If you have been sexually assaulted and would like to speak to someone, visit the Horizon Sexual
Assault Referral Centre website

Your Feedback

We're proud to say our services make sense to our patients!


(Living with HIV)

"I think it is important to know your status so you can take responsibility for your health."




“Great outreach service means I’m regularly tested at the club – I wouldn’t go to a clinic.”



(Trans Female)

"No one judges you and they encourage you to be aware of your sexual health."

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Contact Us

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To maintain confidentiality if you have any symptoms please make an appointment at the clinic to be assessed and tested appropriately. However you can ask general questions.

We will get back to you within one working day.

Something to ask us?