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For details go to HIV patients should contact an alternative number – go to the HIV service page for more details The demand on our service is high.
If you are unable to keep your appointment please notify us as soon as possible so we can reschedule your appointment.
We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete our short survey.
You will not be required to provide any personal details, and all responses will be anonymous. Our main clinic is situated on Level 3 of the Outpatients Centre at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
We are required to provide data to certain organizations such as the Department of Health and the Public Health Agency for monitoring and funding purposes—however this information is anonymous and cannot be traced back to any individual.
If you feel unwell, and you feel it can’t wait until your next scheduled appointment, you can contact the clinic during opening hours and seek advice from one of the nurses.
To access this clinic you must first be assessed in any GUM clinic in Northern Ireland.
If the healthcare professional in GUM feels you meet the criteria then you will be referred into the Risk Reduction clinic and appropriate services provided.
It has been set up to provide testing for STIs, behavioural interventions aimed at reducing risk and access to the HIV prevention drug Pr EP.
If you have been sexually assaulted contact the Rowan Centre ( In an emergency contact PSNI on 999.
If you experience any kind of crisis related to your emotional or mental health when clinic services are closed, contact the out of hours GP or your local A&E department.
Contact Susan 028 9504 3535 for further information.
HIV testing is also available at Positive Life ( All information provided by users of our services is confidential and is not shared with anyone else outside the service without permission.