**COVID 19 Update **

During this uncertain time, we would like to advise all young people that we are here at the Health Centre to help you with any concerns regarding health issues. We can be contacted by phone during working hours on 01225 866611 or alternatively you can access 111 online or by phone.

Young People's Service

Young People Representative


Laura is the Young People Representative at the Surgery. 

Laura is here for young people to contact to ask questions about what the Surgery can do for them and to find out more information on anything that is worrying them.  As with all areas of the practice, conversations with Laura are confidential.

Laura also has information about what other organisations can do for young people and has close links with the No Worries service https://www.facebook.com/NoWorriesWiltshire

Laura can be contacted on 01225 866611.

Messages can also be sent to Laura direct by using the website feedback form.

Patient information leaflet

 Please Click Here to download Laura's 'NoWorries' leaflet, which will let you know how to get FREE Condoms, FREE Chlamydia kits and find out how else the surgery can help you. 

Young People Friendly Award

Public Health have awarded the Practice with the national quality mark for Young People Friendly.

Young People Award

Services in Wiltshire which provide support to patients about sexual health and other problems: 

Click Here - to find out more information on Sexual Health Clinics near you.

 Click Here - to take you to the Riverside Clinic website. A clinic which offers free, friendly, non-judgemental and confidential testing, treatment and advice for sexually transmitted infections, as well as a wide range of contraceptive options including emergency contraception, contraceptive pills, implants and injections, intrauterine devices/systems (also known as coils), and condoms.

There is a continence service (for age 4-25 years old) local to you at Trowbridge Community Hospital. Please click here to download the leaflet for information.

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