St Stephen's shopping centre has now joined up with City Health Care Partnership to put sexual health at the top of a shopping list
07 May, 2010
To use each kiosk members of the public must be registered. Registration is simple and only takes a few minutes. To celebrate the launch of the new St Stephens kiosk the service are giving people the opportunity to register on the 20, 21 and 22 April, at a stand on the main concourse. Following successful registration, the kiosks can be used up to three times per week, using a biometric log-in unique to each user.
Additional registration events will be held in the coming months across Hull, alternatively people may also drop into Conifer House, during opening hours, and register at a time to suit them.
Jane Wilson, Head of Service comments:
“There are many benefits to using these Kiosks. People can get quick and confidential access to condoms and Chlamydia testing kits, this avoids queuing at clinics, waiting for appointments and for those in education or full time work they will be able to access the kiosks outside office hours.”
In addition to the new Network Plus Kiosk in St Stephens (near the Park Street entrance), there is also a kiosk on the 2nd Floor of Conifer House on Prospect Street, Hull. To date the service has proved popular, with over 490 people registered, and more than 1,500 condoms and 118 Chlamydia self test kits vended.
For more information local sexual health services visit www.luvhull.co.uk.