NHS PrEP trial

All Northern Sexual Health sites have now gone live for recruitment into the Impact PrEP trial. Please note there are limited places available for the service and dedicated waiting lists already in place across the sites. To be added to the waiting list or to find out if there are likely to still be places available please contact the following numbers. Hathersage : 0161 701 1504 Stockport : 0161 204 5884 Tameside : 0161 342 7101 Trafford : 0161 241 7582 Withington : 0161 217 3318 Please note due to longstanding overwhelming demand, places can not be guaranteed onto this trial. Please bear with staff as they try to get recruitment for the trial off the ground.

Our Staff

On a visit to one of our clinics, you might meet the following people :


Administration and clerical staff

Our administration team includes our reception staff and secretaries, as well as IT and management staff. Administrative staff are responsible for the administration of patient attendance, including welcoming and registering patients. They work closely with doctors and nurses to ensure smooth running of the clinics.


Doctors

The doctors treat and manage patients with symptoms, manage patients who require a contraceptive procedure and train other healthcare professionals who want to expand their skills and knowledge in sexual health.


Health advisors

Our health advisors will call you if you are found to have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and will arrange with you to return to the clinic (of your choice) for treatment, if necessary. They will also assist you, if you choose, to contact any sexual partner(s) who may have had contact with infection - this is called partner notification,. 

They also see younger patients to help to establish if there are any concerns or worries.


Nurses

Our nurses treat and manage patients with symptoms, manage patients who require a contraceptive procedure, , give test results and administer treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). 

Nurses will also prescribe contraception, including emergency hormonal contraception (also known as the morning-after pill), and perform contraceptive procedures, such as inserting implants or intrauterine devices (IUDs).

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