Sexual and Reproductive Health (Family Planning)
Sexual and Reproductive Health clinics are a free and confidential service offering a range of contraceptive methods and advice about family planning and sexual health. This page contains information on the services we provide.
If you need specific information about our sexual health clinics, which provide testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), please go to our Sexual Health/GUM webpage.
The South Eastern Trust Sexual and Reproductive Health services (Family Planning) include:
- Contraception – thorough consultation, assessment and provision of a range of methods
- Family planning and sexual health advice and information
- Emergency contraception (morning after pill/copper IUD)
- Specialist services such as coil and implant insertions are available at certain locations
- Pregnancy testing
- Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea testing
- Advice and onward referral to GP/Sexual Health service (GUM) and secondary care as appropriate.
Please see below for the most up to date clinic information:
The South Eastern Trust Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Clinics will be open for telephone consultations every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 09:00 – 12:30. Please call the central phone number during these times on (028) 9041 3796 and speak to a member of the Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare team who will arrange an appointment for you if required.
If you wish to contact us by email instead, our address is FamilyPlanning@setrust.hscni.net. Please note this address is not monitored outside of Monday – Friday clinic hours or on bank holidays. A member of the Family Planning team will respond to your email, though this may be during the next working day.
If you need access to emergency contraception or contraceptive advice outside of our working hours, please contact your GP in the first instance or seek emergency contraception as soon as possible from a pharmacy.
If you have an unplanned pregnancy and are seeking advice please contact Informing Choices on (028) 9031 6100, between 09:00 – 17:00 Monday to Friday.
Please do not attend these clinics as a walk-in; all consultations will be carried out by telephone. If you are required to come to clinic the staff will give you a date and time. Please only come in at your allocated time, and where possible, attend your appointment alone. Please adhere to any Covid-19 advice regarding the wearing of masks in our clinics. Social distancing measures are in place and we ask that you do not attend if you are unwell or you have been in contact with someone with Coronavirus symptoms.