Medical advice during COVID-19

Four in ten people are too concerned about being a burden on the NHS to seek help from their GP.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is vital that you continue to use our services if you have concerns about your health.

Sexual Health

We are still providing sexual health services at UHS. Please call us on
0114 222 2100 for a telephone appointment to find out more.

To order your STI testing kit please visit: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/how-to-use-self-test-kits-safely/

You can view further information about LARCs by downloading the healthinote app from your app store and entering code 933 to view an interactive 3D overview of each LARC.

Did you know we offer a depot contraceptive that you can administer yourself at home? If you are interested in this please contact UHS in plenty of time before your depot injection is due.

Mental Health

Taking care of your mental wellbeing

Cancer

While some consultations may now be completed in a different manner, it is imperative that you continue to get the healthcare you deserve. So please, help us help you, by continuing to follow the national guidance and to contact UHS if:

  • You are a cancer patient who is worried about a developing problem
  • You are someone who is concerned they have the signs and symptoms of cancer. These include: Bleeding (that doesn't come from an obvious injury), lumps, weightloss, any continued or prolonged pain.
  • You have any other serious concerns about your health

Your GP is still here for you

Advice for parents

Advice for parents

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) information

Health information and advice

The best place to get accurate health information is the NHS website.

The NHS website has information and advice on: