HIV testing drop-ins return to Stoke-on-Trent venues

HIV testing drop-ins return to Stoke-on-Trent venues
Local News
Posted on 1 Nov 2018

Free fingerprick HIV testing drop-ins are this month being offered across Stoke-on-Trent, to coincide with HIV Testing Week (Saturday 17 - Friday 23 November). 


The Sexual Health Team from Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is taking HIV testing out into the community at venues across the city. 

The fast, free and confidential test requires a simple fingerprick and gives results in 20 minutes.
Throughout the year, rapid HIV fingerprick testing drop-ins are available on the last Wednesday and Thursday of every month at The Piccadilly Centre in Hanley. 


A comprehensive sexual health screen - including HIV testing - is available at Cobridge Community Health Centre all year round. Rapid HIV tests are also available at the Cobridge sexual health clinic.

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