We are delighted to announce that our new automated results service went live on the 15th April 2015
This new service provides 24/7 access to STI test results for Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C by means of a confidential and secure automated phone system.
You will be handed an information card on this new service when attending for STI testing. This will contain your unique patient ID. It's important that you keep this number safe as you will not be able to access your results without it.
Lost/Forgotten patient IDs. For reasons of patient confidentiality and anonymity we are unable to provide these over the phone. Patients will be required to attend the clinic where they were tested in person before being issued with your unique Patient Identification Number.
To use this service call: 01382 425542
You can phone the above number to get your test results (the same number is used for all clinics)
Please listen to the entire message
Your date of birth should be entered in 8 digit format DD/MM/YYYY
The results service may direct you to a Health Care Professional to discuss your results further
PLEASE NOTE: not all test results are available from the results line. The tests that you have done are marked on the card you were given when tested.
Most results will be available 2 weeks following the test date.
Please ensure that we have your correct contact details to enable us to contact you.
Temporary Service Changes
The Ninewells clinic will be closed
- until 11:00 am on Wednesday, 13th May 2015
The clinic will be closed until 11.00 am on Monday 11th May 2015
From week commencing 2nd February 2015 the Thursday appointment only clinic in Abbey Health Centre will cease. Appointment clinics will be available Monday to Wednesday 9.00 am - 12.30 pm
3rd Party Reporting
- As of 1st August 2014 Sexual Health Services and MOT are now third party reporting sites for homophobic and transphobic hate crimes.
LGBT Charter Mark
Our Sexual Health Services have signed up to the LGBT Youth Scotland Charter Mark. We are working towards this independent accreditation to ensure LGBT have confidence accessing our services.
Sex - It's healthy to talk about it
Is there something new you'd like to try or something you don't want to try but don't know how to have that conversation with your partner?
Why not visit http://www.sexualhealthscotland.co.uk/ and take a look at their new campaign? It has helpful hints and "how to" videos to help you start that all important conversation. We want to encourage people to feel confident having frank, honest and positive conversations about sex and making them part and parcel of every day relationships.
Syphilis cases in Tayside
NHS Tayside has seen an increase in the number of cases of syphilis in the second half of 2013. This has been seen particularly in young heterosexual people aged 15-25. If you would like further information about our local response please click on the syphilis statement link to the right of this page. If you would like more information about the signs and symptoms of syphilis visit our Syphilis page.