Hospital clinic on the move


A MAJOR service at Warrington Hospital is to be moved to the new Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre.
The GUM Clinic (Genito Urinary Medicine) will move to its new home from May 1.
Clinic times will remain the same – and the clinic will continue to provide a free, confidential service for anyone with worries about sexual health.
Advice and a range of tests can be given on any aspect of sexual health.
Anyone with any sexual health concerns can contact the clinic on a new number 01925 644202 from May 1.
The GUM clinic will be open Monday to Saturday.
A spokesperson for Warrington and Halton NHS Foundation Trust said: “The move to Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre will make it easier to access for people coming into Warrington using the town’s public transport links. The centre is opposite Golden Square Shopping Centre on Legh Street.
“You do not have to be referred to the clinic by a GP and can make an appointment of your own accord by calling the clinic on 01925 644202.”
The clinics do not operate a walk-in service. Appointments have to be booked.
The GUM Clinic at Halton Hospital will not be moving and will be staying in Block 8 on the Halton Hospital site and clinics can be booked there on 01928 753217.
More information on clinic times for both clinics can be found on under Your Guide to our services.


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