Armagh evening classes will run as normal tonight (Tuesday 12th December)

Health Clinic

Health Clinic

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The Health Clinic's mission is to empower young people to make informed choices and decisions about all aspects of their health and well-being, including their sexual health and personal relationships.

The Health Clinic is a free and confidential service for young people under 25, and operates on a drop in basis within all SRC Campuses. The Health Clinic is not an exclusive service for students within the College; it is available to all young people under 25 years old.

What does the Health Clinic Provide?
  • Relationship advice
  • BMI/Nutritional Advice
  • Smoking cessation advice and stop smoking aids
  • Alcohol and Drugs information
  • Promoting positive mental health
  • Advice on methods of contraception
  • Condom distribution
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Chlamydia testing and treatment
  • Free of charge Emergency Hormonal Contraception (morning after pill)
  • Young people can avail of Chlamydia testing at the clinics. No examination is required; the test involves a urine sample for males and self-taken vaginal swab for females. It is important that males have not passed urine for at least 2 hours before they give their urine sample. Any young person who tests positive for Chlamydia can be given the treatment required by the nurse at the clinic.
How do I access the service?

All services are drop in, no appointment is necessary.

 

Monday – Newry Campuses

Model - 9.30-11am

Greenbank – 11.30-1pm

West/ East – 2-4pm

 

Tuesday -Lurgan Campus

First Aid Room 9am-12pm

 

Wednesday Armagh Killylea Rd Campus

Opposite the LRC 9am-12pm

 

Thursday – Portadown Campus

Training Centre  9am-12pm

 

Friday – Banbridge Campus

First Aid Room  9am-12pm

 

For queries on the health clinic service please contact Andrew Martin, The Health Clinic Support Worker:

T: 028 37564484 / 07787452845
E: andrew.martin@southerntrust.hscni.net