Chalmers Sexual Health Centre
2A Chalmers Street
0131 536 1070
Buses 23, 27 , 35, 45, 47 and N27 all come past the door of Chalmers.
You can find details of bus services, routes and timetable here:
Monday to Thursday - 8.30am to 7.30pm
Friday - 8.30am to 3.30pm
General walk-in between 8.30am and 10am (doors open at 8.30am)
Healthy Respect + @ Chalmers drop-in (young people only)
Monday to Thursday 3.30pm to 7pm
Friday 1pm to 3.30pm
Parking at Chalmers Sexual Health Centre
Parking on street
Please be aware that parking around Chalmers Centre can be
difficult as we are located in the city centre. We recommend you plan in
extra time for your journey if you are coming to your appointment by car.
Limited disabled parking on site by prior arrangement – ask about this when booking your appointment.
Can I phone for advice?
If you need advice about a problem you can phone us on 0131 536 1070 and select 'option 2 - Medical Advice'. You will speak to a nurse who will either give you the advice you need, or make an appointment for you at the most appropriate clinic. If you have an urgent problem we will see you the same day. You will be told when to come to the clinic and will then have to wait to be seen.
Other clinics run by staff from Chalmers
You also have the choice of going to a local clinic if you live in:
Chalmers staff also run other clinics for men who have sex with men.
What if I prefer to make an appointment?
To make an appointment at Chalmers Sexual Health Centre, please call 0131 536 1070 and follow the instructions. You will speak to a nurse who will either give you the advice you need, or make an appointment for you at the most appropriate clinic. If you have an urgent problem we will see you the same day. You will be told when to come to the clinic and at what time we hope to be able to see you.
The phone lines can be very busy, especially first thing in the morning, and much of the information that you might be looking for should be available on this website, especially if you are wanting to get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STI) or you think you have symptoms of an STI.