Who are we? 

Worcestershire Integrated Sexual Health Service (WISH) provides free and confidential sexual health support and treatment across Worcestershire.

We provide:

  • The diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections, genital infections and conditions, as well as the complications of infection (Genitourinary Medicine (GUM)
  • Routine and specialist contraception which includes fitting Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) methods eg: implants and coils. 
  • Online sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing
  • An outreach service dedicated to engaging and supporting people who are young, vulnerable or hard to reach and provide them with a quality service out of a clinic environment.  For example we will see looked after children or young parents in community settings like schools, colleges or in their own home
  • Pregnancy advice and support including Early Medical Abortion (EMA)
  • Vasectomy services

Will I have to pay for this service? 

Our services are free for UK nationals and migraint patients.


We are a confidential service. 

Even if you are under 16, our teams will keep everything you tell them private, just as they would for an adult. Unless you ask us to do so, we will not discuss any information about you with anyone else.

In exceptional circumstances – if you or another person is at risk we may need to tell someone else.  If so, we will explain what we intend to do.

Sexual health for all

Sexual health services are free and available to everyone, regardless of sex, age, ethnic origin and sexual orientation.

If you have a disability and have special requirements, or if English is not your first language, get in touch with our team before you visit so we can ensure you have the right support in place.

Support for people with SEND

Everyone should have access to the right services, at the right time, to make sure they can reach their full potential. We work together with other agencies to ensure that the right professionals are involved at the right time to meet your needs.

Find out more about how we support young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)