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Offline smiths

Will my G.P. be informed that I have attended clinic?
 
We do not routinely share any information about you with your GP or any other organisation, this includes mortgage & insurance companies. If we feel that it would be helpful to your care to share information with another healthcare professional, we will seek your consent. We will not provide any information without your consent. Although this is a confidential service, it is not anonymous, you will need to provide at least a name & date of birth (it does not have to be your real name, but you will have to remember it so as to obtain any information or test results).

Put it this way i wouldnt trust them not to, or that their wont be a leak of information somehow, happened with the NHS before of course.

My advice is give false details, and certainly until or if you ever test positive.

Offline mh

Will my G.P. be informed that I have attended clinic?

At the GUM clinics I have attended they ask you whether you want your GP informed or not and I believe they take confidentiality seriously.

https://www.doctortoday.co.uk/

Nice one, this is where I go from time to time, excellent fast service, report by email in 24 or 48 hours or go and collect them. You can even bring your own early morning urine samples.

Offline Cal Sam

Went to clinic today,early but place was overbooked.those places can be chocked block  full

Offline haystacks79

Went to clinic today,early but place was overbooked.those places can be chocked block  full

The first time I went to my local clinic I went to a drop in session, and that was busy. Now I book appointments instead (first of the day, or first after lunch is good), and it's a very quick and simple visit - nobody else around at all on my last couple of visits.

Offline billyjo

First time I went to my local Gum Clinic I phoned ahead beforehand, told them I was in a rush and they instructed me to come 15 minutes before the drop-in session starts so I'm first in the queue.  I helped myself to a clipboard, answered the questions and it was a pretty quick service.

Online fredpunter

The first time I went to my local clinic I went to a drop in session, and that was busy. Now I book appointments instead (first of the day, or first after lunch is good), and it's a very quick and simple visit - nobody else around at all on my last couple of visits.

It's not uncommon when I've been to see a couple of young ladies waiting who could easily be wgs. I've never had the nerve to try a bit of networking though.

Offline Dani

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It's not uncommon when I've been to see a couple of young ladies waiting who could easily be wgs. I've never had the nerve to try a bit of networking though.

Blimey do you not have separate clinics???  Everywhere I have ever used has a male clinic and a female clinic so you never get to see each other (unless Muslim as then men are allowed to accompany their wives, mothers, daughters etc but they have to wait in a separate area to all the other women

Offline billyjo

Blimey do you not have separate clinics???  Everywhere I have ever used has a male clinic and a female clinic so you never get to see each other (unless Muslim as then men are allowed to accompany their wives, mothers, daughters etc but they have to wait in a separate area to all the other women

Both male and female together where I go.

Offline haystacks79

Blimey do you not have separate clinics???

Not the one I go to, everyone in together in the one waiting room.

Offline Dani

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Not the one I go to, everyone in together in the one waiting room.

Jeez, I really didn't think they still had clinics like that anymore.  Guess I am lucky then as all the ones up here are separate and the only time we see men there is if like me they get there before the doors open and have to wait outside the mens door but I think the clinics up here are very busy as they are open everyday from 8.45 - 6 so probably need to separate them

Offline billyjo

Both male and female together where I go.

Just to add, only saw females there when I attended the walk-in session, so may be male or female only if booked by appointment.

Jeez, I really didn't think they still had clinics like that anymore.  Guess I am lucky then as all the ones up here are separate and the only time we see men there is if like me they get there before the doors open and have to wait outside the mens door but I think the clinics up here are very busy as they are open everyday from 8.45 - 6 so probably need to separate them

Those NHS cuts are getting everywhere, Dani! ;)

Offline LL

Jeez, I really didn't think they still had clinics like that anymore.  Guess I am lucky then as all the ones up here are separate and the only time we see men there is if like me they get there before the doors open and have to wait outside the mens door but I think the clinics up here are very busy as they are open everyday from 8.45 - 6 so probably need to separate them
I don't think you'd like the main one in Soho then.


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