The Integrated Sexual Health Service (ISHS) is based on the 3rd Floor of the City of Coventry Health Centre, Stoney Stanton Road, CV1 4FS. (Opposite the City College) The Service is free and completely confidential.
The service has a dedicated Young Person's clinic - just telephone the clinic for further information on 0300 020 0027.
You can also book an appointment online on http://www.covwarkpt.nhs.uk/sexualhealth/self-assessment/Pages/index.html
|Address||Integrated Sexual Health Services
City of Coventry Health Centre - 3rd Floor
Opposite City College
Stoney Stanton Road
|Telephone Number(s)||0300 020 0027|
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