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Florey Clinic

21A Craven Road

Phone: 0118 322 7202 

Nursing strike action is taking place on Monday 6th February and Tuesday 7th February due to this we have a reduction in nursing staff. If you feel your matter is not urgent please call the Florey clinic after the strike action. If you do need services from the Florey Clinic please continue to access the service. Please note there may be a delay in a doctor or nurse returning your phonecall and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Appointments will be booked as normal.

The Online Hub to book appointments will be down so we can fix the issues with booking appointments. We will update the website once it is working.

Mpox vaccine update

Currently the Florey Clinic is only able to offer the vaccine to gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM) or staff who work on ‘sex on premises’ venues.

We update our website when we have vaccine available and you can book via: Lilie Hub

Please note: If you attempt to book in the mpox vaccine clinic but are not eligible for the vaccine we will cancel your appointment. 

We are currently operating a telephone triage system and anybody requiring support will need to call us on 0118 322 7202 between 9.30am-4.30pm (phone line opening times). The Florey Clinic is open between the hours of 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.The phone lines can be extremely busy - please be patient.  During periods of very high demand we may ask you to call back at another time.
Currently we are unable to provide an email service, we apologise for any inconvenience this will cause. Please contact the clinic on the above telephone number.

Please be assured that should you require to be seen in a clinic for any urgent need then capacity will be available to see you safely

Due to hospital restrictions you will be unable to access the clinic waiting room until your appointment time and will be asked to wait outside.  Please note that we are only able to allow patients into the clinic.  Friends or relatives will be asked to wait outside

Patients who are HIV positive, please call as normal and a member of the team will contact you regarding your care

If your matter is urgent outside of clinic opening hours please seek advice via 111 or if it is a medical emergency please attend A+E or seek appropriate medical advice.

 Home testing kits are available

These test for the 4 most common STI’s (Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis and HIV).

These kits are available to people aged 18 years and over who have no symptoms and live in Reading, Wokingam and West Berkshire
These measures will help us protect the health and safety of both patients and staff and we thank you for your cooperation


The Florey clinic provides a free confidential integrated sexual health service in Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire. We won't share any information that you give us with anyone outside the clinic without your permission unless we are worried about your safety.

The clinic is staffed by both male and female doctors and nurses who undertake assessments and examinations. Depending on your needs you may need to see more than one member of staff during your attendance.

Following your arrival, please be aware that you may not be called through in arrival order as there are often different clinics running at the same time and some patients may have appointments for these clinics.

All services are free and there are no prescription charges.

Please note, we endeavor to see everyone, however, if demand is high for any particular clinic we may ask you to return for the next clinic.

If you are unable to access the Florey clinic via online appointment or phone line then you can walk in. However only exceptional circumstances would be seen otherwise you would be booked appointment to attend at another time

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