Wisbech and March to get one stop sexual health and contraception clinics

PUBLISHED: 09:19 03 September 2014 | UPDATED: 10:28 03 September 2014

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One stop clinics offering contraception and sexual health services are being set up in March and Wisbech.

From October 1, all aspects of sexual health, including contraception, STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing and treatment, will be available from clinics at the North Cambs Hospital and the Horsefair Clinic in Wisbech, and Park View in March.

Anyone wishing to contact the Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health Service – which is confidential – should ring 0300 300 30 30 or can access further information at www.sexualhealthcambs.nhs.uk

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