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Sexual Health

If you are unhappy with the provision of sexual health services within Surrey or you have used the services and would like to comment then please do contact CNWL as follows:


CNWL Patient Feedback and Complaints Service on 0300 013 4799 or email

If you need help and support in giving feedback you  can contact the Surrey Independent Living Council. The service provides free and independent advocacy for people who have a complaint about the NHS. They can be contacted on 01483 310 500, or by email to

Sexual Health Services:

1) Updated list of services (Feb 2020): Sexual Health services overview

2) Sexual Health Home Testing Information:

Home testing

3) Sexual Health and Young people:

Information Leaflet

4) Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Test Information details:

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Leaflet

Sexual Health GP Referrals For Symptomatic Patients 


Following feedback from NWS GPs, CNWL have put a referral system in place for symptomatic patients presenting in general practice. When there are no appointments available on the CNWL website within two weeks and the patient is unable to attend a Buryfields walk-in session, GP's may contact Woking clinic on 07808 895225 during clinic opening hours if a patient requires an urgent GU Clinician appointment.  Please note that these appointments are limited and not for specialist care e.g. psychosexual, HIV or contraception referral. 


Woking clinic opening hours are:

Monday 8-8

Tuesday 8-8

Wednesday 8-4

Thursday 12-8

Friday 8-4

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