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Author Topic: 56 Dean Street Express GUM Clinic - Details London W1  (Read 16915 times)

Offline fredpunter

I was turned away for the second time in a week today, they suggested I go to a place just off tottenham ct rd, where I am told there is an hour to wait before I will be seen and I don't know how quickly I will get the results ... not that I have anything particular to worry about I hasten to add, but I am due a hepatitis b booster

Offline fredpunter

I was turned away for the second time in a week today, they suggested I go to a place just off tottenham ct rd, where I am told there is an hour to wait before I will be seen and I don't know how quickly I will get the results ... not that I have anything particular to worry about I hasten to add, but I am due a hepatitis b booster

For info ... Did have to wait a while at the tcr place but once my turn arrived they were the usual professional people one generally encounters at these places. The major disadvantage over dean street is that although they did some preliminary stuff that said there was no obvious sign of an Sti I have to wait a week to be 100% sure ... apart from hiv which they confirmed I haven't got almost immediately. The nurse who took a blood sample struggled a bit to get some out which got a bit uncomfortable. I did though get my booster.

Online Majestic

Unless people are already aware Dean Street Express will no longer be offering walkin's from tomorrow (14th Feb) due to how busy it has become.

Instead it will be by appointment. The info says that you can book online (on their site) and they will release the appointments for that day at 7pm the night before.

Unless people are already aware Dean Street Express will no longer be offering walkin's from tomorrow (14th Feb) due to how busy it has become.

Instead it will be by appointment. The info says that you can book online (on their site) and they will release the appointments for that day at 7pm the night before.
That's bad news, just rolling up on the day suits me far better  :thumbsdown:

Offline londinium

fred can you help out with the tottenham court road places address and details.
I don't mind waiting an hour.

Offline LL

Unless people are already aware Dean Street Express will no longer be offering walkin's from tomorrow (14th Feb) due to how busy it has become.

Instead it will be by appointment. The info says that you can book online (on their site) and they will release the appointments for that day at 7pm the night before.

Fuck! I feel like this clinic was a punting "gem" that those of us in the know about, should have kept to ourselves ;)

Fuck! I feel like this clinic was a punting "gem" that those of us in the know about, should have kept to ourselves ;)
+1 a handful of posters such as yourself and Mr password provided lots of info about this place and now the lurkers have overrun it  :thumbsdown:

Offline LL

+1 a handful of posters such as yourself and Mr password provided lots of info about this place and now the lurkers have overrun it  :thumbsdown:
On the plus-side it's better for all of us if more punters get tested regularly so I can't really complain. Also we're all paying for the place through our taxes I guess so all entitled to it. If I need to book it in advance then so be it. Not quite as convenient as just rocking up there without an appointment but perhaps easier than getting an appointment at the clinic at the other end of the street (which would take a couple of weeks).

To be serious about the sudden influx of visitors to the clinic. I actually don't think it's down to our recommending it here on UKP. If you remember a while ago the clinic made national news as there was a scandal involving leaked personal details (and HIV status). Millions would have read about the place. Some articles would have pointed out the convenience of getting same-day results. Also when I've walked past after work and seen a line of people queuing outside and half way up Dean Street, they are young office-types - male and female in equal numbers. Not all punters - well, who knows? :)

Offline fredpunter

fred can you help out with the tottenham court road places address and details.
I don't mind waiting an hour.

It's called the Mortimer market centre in capper street but its now nearly 3 weeks since my visit and still not had my results ... if I was seriously concerned I was infected I'd be a nervous wreck by now. Also the bruise caused by the nurse requiring 7 or 8 attempts to actually get a needle in my vein took nearly 2 weeks to disappear and its hard to remember to hide it for that long. I wouldn't use them again. Been meaning to provide this update for a little while so ta for reminding me.

Offline fredpunter

Ps in principle I don't mind making an appointment at 7 the evening before to go to dean street, but will be interesting to see how difficult it is to get a convenient time.

Offline anyfucker

haven't read the complete thread but to note
"... It’s not an appointment but an arrival time to help us streamline the service...."

Offline mash

Great thread lads. Just to confirm, do these guys do the swab on your cock or do they do the urine test? The swab gives me nightmares!!

Great thread lads. Just to confirm, do these guys do the swab on your cock or do they do the urine test? The swab gives me nightmares!!

You'll be asked for a urine sample. No cock swab. Only a mouth/throat swab if you've done oral with men/TVs.

Offline londinium

It's called the Mortimer market centre in capper street but its now nearly 3 weeks since my visit and still not had my results ... if I was seriously concerned I was infected I'd be a nervous wreck by now. Also the bruise caused by the nurse requiring 7 or 8 attempts to actually get a needle in my vein took nearly 2 weeks to disappear and its hard to remember to hide it for that long. I wouldn't use them again. Been meaning to provide this update for a little while so ta for reminding me.

Thanks for the reply fredpunter.  I might check them out as I'm based around that area.

Offline fredpunter

Thanks for the reply fredpunter.  I might check them out as I'm based around that area.

still not heard from them with any results ... I suspect I am not going to now - so I wouldn't recommend

Offline jchang

Going for my first checkup ever next week!
wish me luck! :dancegirl: :dancegirl:

Online KentAde

still not heard from them with any results ... I suspect I am not going to now - so I wouldn't recommend

an alternative?
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Online hendrix

Used the new online appointment system for Dean Street. All very efficient,  only had to wait 5 minutes when I got there,  and I was out of there in 20 minutes, including bloods, with results just 3 hours later. Excellent service still!


Offline MrMatrix

Used the new online appointment system for Dean Street. All very efficient,  only had to wait 5 minutes when I got there,  and I was out of there in 20 minutes, including bloods, with results just 3 hours later. Excellent service still!
I too like the idea of just walking in which I'm use to. However looks like Hendrix has given the thumbs up to this new booking system. Never the less why do authorities keep mending a system that isn't broke.. :unknown:

Online hendrix

I too like the idea of just walking in which I'm use to. However looks like Hendrix has given the thumbs up to this new booking system. Never the less why do authorities keep mending a system that isn't broke.. :unknown:

Apparently, local businesses complained about the long queues outside as the clinic got very popular. The nurse told me she preferred the new system as she had an idea of how many people she'd be dealing with etc, made everything more efficient. Actually, looking at my phone, I got the non-blood test results in 2 hours!!

 I should add, I'm able to pop in there during the day/work hours, usually mid-morning. It might be busier/less efficient at lunch times or just after a "normal" working day.
« Last Edit: February 21, 2016, 04:33:50 PM by hendrix »

Apparently, local businesses complained about the long queues outside as the clinic got very popular. The nurse told me she preferred the new system as she had an idea of how many people she'd be dealing with etc, made everything more efficient. Actually, looking at my phone, I got the non-blood test results in 2 hours!!

 I should add, I'm able to pop in there during the day/work hours, usually mid-morning. It might be busier/less efficient at lunch times or just after a "normal" working day.

+1

Booked appointment/slot online for 8am and was out by 815am and received first set of results but 945am that day  :thumbsup:

Offline Jay72

So is it possible to choose a particular slot when making an appointment at Dean St?

Online hendrix

So is it possible to choose a particular slot when making an appointment at Dean St?

Yes, you put in your mobile number on their Web page, they put up whatever slots are available for the same day (if available)  or  next day (not more in advance) and you then get a text confirmation. Show the text to the reception when you get there.

Yes, you put in your mobile number on their Web page, they put up whatever slots are available for the same day (if available)  or  next day (not more in advance) and you then get a text confirmation. Show the text to the reception when you get there.
Good to know,in terms of details online is it just phone, name and dob required still?




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