NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde's Sexual Health Website

Sandyford Central is based at 2/6 Sandyford Place, Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, G3 7NB. Tel: 0141 211 8130.  Our most popular service is the Walk-In clinics as you don't need to have an appointment. This clinic is often busy and you can usually expect to have to wait to be seen, however we also have a range of specialist clinics in sexual, reproductive and emotional health services where you can book an appointment in advance. Have a look at our video - it tells you what we do and what to expect when you visit.

Ever wondered how many units of alcohol you drink or how many calories are in your favourite tipple? Are you concerned it may be an issue? Use our Alcolator to calculate how many units you drink, then use the Alco-check to see whether its a safe amount or not. If you're worried about your score, free confidential Alcohol Brief Interventions are available at Sandyford Central.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. Both women and men can be affected by it, so it's important to be breast aware - this is part of caring for your body and means getting to know how your breasts look and feel so you know what is normal for you. You can then feel more confident about noticing any unusual changes and reporting it to your doctor. This October, everyone can help raise awareness of breast cancer and funds for life-saving research in a number of ways, from taking part in wear it pink through to sharing real life experiences of breast cancer. Check out Sandyford's breast cancer section and our library pages for info and resources.

In the UK, 51 is the average age for a woman to reach the menopause. Some (around 1%) experience premature menopause in their 30s or 40s. Symptoms can include hot flushes, sweats, mood changes, headaches and joint aches, as well as anxiety, reduced libido and dry skin. But it doesn't have to be a nightmare! Find out more about symptoms and how to tackle them with hormone replacement therapy or alternative therapies. Chat to other women going through the same as you. A self-referral menopause service is available at Sandyford and more info, including website links and books, can be found on our library pages.

Did you know you can pick up Free Condoms at a variety of locations throughout the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area? A wide range of condoms are available FREE!! You don't need to register to use this service or provide any personal details. For more information on the service and the types of condoms available take a look at the free condoms website .

Clinic closures at Sandyford Renfrew

Due to unforseen cirucumstances Sandyford Renfrew clinic wil be closed on Thursday, 6 November, Thursday 20 November and Thursday 27 November 2014.

HIV, Syphilis & Hepatitis results delay

We are currently experiencing a delay in receiving test results for HIV, Syphilis and Hepatitis.  They are returning in 4 working days from the day of the test instead of 2 working days.  We thank you for your patience and apologise for any inconvenience.