The Steve Retson Project (also
known as the SRP) is a sexual
health clinic especially for gay and bisexual men, and men who have
sex with men.
The Steve Retson Project has three clnical
sessions over two different sites:
2-6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow G3 7NB.
This clinic is open on a Tuesday and Wednesday
from 5pm to 8pm and is by appointment.
Appointments for SRP can be booked by calling
0141 211 8628 or 0141 211 8130.
SRP@GMH Gay Mens Health
Offices, 4th Floor, 30 Bell Street, Merchant City, Glasgow, G1
This community clinic is open Thursdays from 4.30 to
7.00 and is a drop in service - no appointment needed.
This clinic can also offer Rapid HIV finger prick testing for gay
and bisexual men with results in 20 minutes.
Phone 0141 211 8628 or 0141 211
8130 for more information or to make an appointment.
Telephone answered Tuesday & Wednesday 5pm to
8pm, and Monday to Friday 9am
to 4pm. On occasions,
the SRP may provide
community clinics for a set period of time in venues such as bars,
clubs, saunas or other community settings.
At the project we provide:
- Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
(STIs) including HIV
- Rapid HIV finger prick testing with results in 20
minutes (Thursday night community clinic only)
- Vaccinations for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B
- Safer Sex Advice, free condoms and lube
- Counselling, support, advice and information on all aspects of
The clinic is free and confidential. You can contact us directly
and arrange to come in without first having to see your own family
What happens when you come to the clinic?
When you arrive, go to the receptionist who will tell you where
to go and wait, so that you are in the right place for your
appointment. At the clinics we also have host-helpers who are
members of staff who make sure you feel welcome and know how the
When one of the clinical staff is free they will ask you to come
to one of the private consulting rooms. They will then discuss with
you the concerns that you have but you will be asked some personal
questions about your previous and most recent sexual activity. It's
important to answer honestly as what you say might affect the
advice, tests and treatment you are given. There's no need to be
embarrassed about this - staff are not there to judge you. Anything
you say will be kept confidential.
You can of course use any of our Sandyford Clinics but if you'd prefer
to come to Steve Retson Project clinics, get in touch with us.