HIV Service in Harlow

What we do

We are the HIV Service in Harlow. We offer outpatient care of HIV positive individuals including investigations, antiretroviral treatment and hepatitis A and B vaccination. We can also refer patients to the many specialist HIV services based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. We share a building with Essex Sexual Health Service which is run by Provide but we are not part of their service.

Important information about new treatments for COVID-19

The NHS is using new treatments for coronavirus. You might be suitable for these treatments if a PCR test confirms that you have coronavirus. These treatments need to be given quickly after you start to feel unwell. They can help to stop you from getting seriously ill from coronavirus.

More information about these treatments is available below:

Our team

  • Dr Gail Crowe, Specialist Consultant
  • Francesca Chatterton, Specialist Clinical Nurse
  • Naman Vora, Specialist Pharmacist 
  • Kelly McAulay, Senior Patient Administrator

Clinic times

Mon: 8:30am–4:30pm
Tue: 1:30–7:30pm

The clinic is closed on weekends and public holidays.

Contact information

To book an appointment, please call or text:

T: 07827 662 435

Please note: When we are in clinic we may not be able to answer your call but feel free to leave a voicemail or send a text message.

New patients/transfers of care: There is no on-site HIV pharmacy and no HIV medications are stored on-site. If you request an emergency prescription, you will be asked to attend our clinic and then take the prescription to Princess Alexandra Hospital for collection of your medication.

Out-of-hours: In the event of a medical emergency please call NHS 111 or go to your nearest A&E. For out-of-hours medical advice, please call the specialist doctors at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on 020 3315 8866.

Getting to the clinic

HIV Service in Harlow
1 The Stow
CM20 3AH


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