Free PrEP in the UK

In the UK and want to start PrEP?

PrEP is now FREE from most NHS sexual health clinics across the UK.

Contact your clinic to book an appointment - find your PrEP clinic in the links below.



Northern Ireland





Ambrose King Centre
 - Whitechapel 

Archway Clinic - Archway 

Beckenham Sexual Health - Bromley

Burrell Street - Southwark 

Camberwell Sexual Health - Kings College Hospital

Dean Street - Soho 

10 Hammersmith Broadway - Hammersmith

Homerton Sexual Health - Homerton 

Homerton Sexual Health - 80 Leadenhall Street, City

John Hunter Clinic - Kensington and Chelsea 

Mortimer Market Centre - Tottenham Court Road 

Patrick Clements Centre - Brent

Sexual Health Hounslow - Hounslow

Sir Ludwig Guttman CentreNewham 

The Rosehill ClinicSutton

The Town Clinic - Enfield

Trafalgar Clinic - Greenwich

Waldron Centre - Lewisham 

Wolverton Centre - Kingston 

In addition to the above clinics, trans and non-binary people can also access PrEP from:

56T at Dean Street

cliniQ at Caldecot Centre, Kings College Hospital

Before starting PrEP you'll need:

an HIV test
and a kidney function test.

Starting PrEP is also a good time to make sure your vaccinations are up-to-date and to have tests for STIs. Your clinic will be able to provide these vaccines and tests.

Anyone in the UK can access sexual health services for FREE. You do not have to provide proof of address (but you’ll be asked to provide a postcode or zip code). You do not have to use your local clinic.

You can still access PrEP, HIV + STI testing, and HIV + STI treatment if you do not have a secure UK address, or if you do not have secure immigration status. Sexual health services in the UK are confidential. By law they cannot share your details without your permission.

If you were on the England IMPACT Trial and want to continue taking PrEP you can access NHS PrEP from your trial clinic, or any other sexual health clinic.

If you've been buying PrEP online and want to start accessing PrEP through the NHS, you can do so by contacting your sexual health clinic and booking a PrEP appointment.

Got questions about PrEP? Check out our frequently asked questions.