GUM clinic

Sexual Health GUM (Genitourinary Medicine) Clinic

In Bromley this is provided by Kings College Hospital (KCH). They provide a free and confidential sexual health and HIV service via a walk-in clinic at Beckenham Beacon.

This clinic is open to everyone regardless of their age or sexuality, it offers a range of services, including:

  • Screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea and HIV
  • Treatment and contact tracing
  • HIV treatment and care
  • Emergency contraception
  • Condom distribution
  • Advice on safer sex and avoiding STIs

Sexual health walk-in clinic

There’s no need to make an appointment or be referred – simply come in to the clinic for advice and support. KCH operate a walk in and wait ticket system, with a limited number of tickets per hour. Once these tickets have all been given out, they will ask you to come to the next convenient clinic.


For GPs and referrers

Patients can self-refer into the walk-in clinics.

GPs can refer by emailing KCH at Send one referral per email and include patient and GP practice details.

Where to find us

Beckenham Beacon

379-397 Croydon Road



Opening hours

We open 15 minutes before the clinic times listed, to allow you to register:

Monday: 9am – 4pm

Tuesday: 11am – 6pm

Wednesday: 1.30pm – 6pm

Thursday: 8am – 3pm

Friday: 8am -3pm

We are closed on bank (public) holidays.

Beckenham Beacon

395 Croydon Road
Kent BR3 3QL

Main reception
Tel: 01689 866622

HIV clinic (appointment only)

Monday: 2pm – 4.30pm

Wednesday: 2pm – 4pm

We also offer sexual health and HIV services at Camberwell Sexual Health Centre and the Caldecot Centre.