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Arrowside Unit, Redditch

What services do we offer?

The Arrowside Unit provides a free and confidential service to people of all ages and backgrounds. You will not be judged in any way and your concerns will always be dealt with in a sensitive manner.

The Arrowside Unit provides:

Tests for all sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, Hepatitis A, B and C
Hepatitis A and B and HPV vaccination for at risk groups

  • Risk assessment and possible emergency treatment for HIV exposure.
  • Emergency contraception
  • All methods of contraception
  • Condoms and lube
  • Treatment is free of charge and we can offer advice and support on a wide range of sexual problems.


Where are we located?

Alexandra Hospital Site
Woodrow Drive
Redditch
Worcestershire
B98 7UB

When are we open?

Monday appointment slots from 09:30 to 19:00- Ring Friday from 08:45 

Wednesday appointment slots from 09:00 to 12:00 - Ring Tuesday from 08.45 

Thursday appointment slots from 09:30 to 19:00- Ring Wednesday from 08.45

Friday appointment slots from 09:00 to 12:00 - Ring Thursday from 08:45 

(Please note that procedures such as Implants and ‘Coils’ can be booked 2 weeks ahead). 

Contacting Us

Please ring 01527 516398 for an appointment from 08:45 the day before you want an appointment

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Directions by road
Follow the signs for the Alexandra Hospital Redditch.

Directions by train
If you are travelling by rail please get off the train at Redditch station then take a bus to the hospital.

Directions by bus
From Redditch Bus Station take any of these 55, 47, 48, 247 and 67 to the hospital. From Kidderminster (Sundays only) take bus 334 to Redditch Bus Station.

Please be aware we may not be able to see you on the day and may ask you to see your GP, A&E or suggest you access testing online via sh24.org.uk.   

Please ask to speak to a Health Adviser if you would like to discuss your symptoms or concerns,

Emergency contraception can be obtained from local pharmacies.

Is there disabled access?

Yes