We are the specialist sexual health service for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. We provide a range of sexual health services.
Please find information regarding all of Sandyford’s locations below. Please note that we remain an appointment only service for our clinics.
All of our appointments are linked to one system via online or phone.
Sandyford Sexual Health Services provide a range of sexual and reproductive health services. All our services and locations share the same electronic record system so you can use the service which best meets your needs.
Find out information below on the services we provide, how to access them and what to expect during your visit.
You can book, reschedule & cancel sexual health appointments online.
It's important to take action as soon as possible if you think you require any of these services. Click below for more information and contact details for each service.
All of our clinics are linked to one central phone number: 01412118130. This line is open Monday to Fridays from 8.45am- 4.15pm, except public holidays.
However, you can also contact some of our clinics directly if you have an appointment at these clinics and need to cancel or think that you may be late.
Please note that if you wish to speak to a nurse, or book a new appointment you must call the main Sandyford Switchboard on 01412118130.
Paisley, Parkhead or Woodside are unable to provide a rapid triage service.
You can plan a trip to any Sandyford location using the Traveline Scotland journey planner.
Please note there are a number of road closures in and around the Glasgow and Clyde areas. Disruptions include closures on the A737, the Kingston Bridge, High Street and Barrhead Road in Pollok.
Please check for up-to-date information on Traffic Scotland | Trunk road traffic updates & route planner
Allow extra time for travel so you are not late for your appointment.
Keep up to date with the latest information about Sandyford and our local clinics.
If English is not your first language, or if you have sight or hearing impairment, interpreters can be arranged to accompany you at your appointment.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is committed to producing information in community languages as required.