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Sexual Health Clinics promote healthy sexuality through confidential, low-cost or no-cost services to Oxford County residents.

Our services include low-cost birth control, pregnancy tests, the emergency contraceptive pill and counselling.

To book an appointment or to speak to a public health nurse, please call 519-539-4431 or 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3410.


JUST FOR YOUTH: Check out What the Health? for Oxford County youth. The site is home to lots of health information, including a section on sexual health.

Find a clinic

By appointment only: 519-539-4431 or  toll-free: 1-800-755-0394, ext 3490

Woodstock

410 Buller Street
Mornings: Tuesday & Friday
Afternoons: Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Tillsonburg

2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month - 2:00 pm—4:00 pm
Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital —2nd floor north

  • Enter through the Emergency entrance.
  • Enter the ER department, the reception desk is located on the left.
  • Go straight down the hall, past the information kiosk to the first bank of elevators on the right.
  • Take the elevator to the 2nd floor.
  • Turn right out of the elevator and there is signage directing you to the public health clinic.
  • The reception area is down the hallway on the right hand side. There are two desks and the small desk (with the condom box) is the public health desk.

What we offer

Sexual health information

Birth control

Emergency contraception

Treatment for genital warts

STI testing and treatment

Cervical screening (Pap testing)

HIV counseling and testing

Hepatitis B & C testing

Hepatitis B vaccination

Needle exchange Woodstock and Tillsonburg

Pregnancy testing (& options counselling)

Call us to book an appointment. All calls are confidential and we never give out your personal information.  
519-539-4431 or  toll-free: 1-800-755-0394, ext 3490

 

Confidential health care

 
  • All clinic services are confidential
  • Parents are not contacted or given information
  • If other professionals need to have a copy of patient chart (i.e., family doctor), your written permission is required first
 


News & updates


Learn about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including the symptoms, how to get tested and treatment

Information about chlamydia