Clapham Family Practice is committed to providing equitable access to healthcare for patients from the LGBTQ+ community. The practice achieved the ‘Pride of Practice Gold Award” – the first in Lambeth.
Elton Johns Aids Foundation, Lambeth Council, The National Lottery Community Fund, ViiV Healthcare, Comic Relief, and Big Issue have come together to implement the world’s first Social Impact Bond (SIB) focused on HIV treatment and care.
The hope is in all settings, the Social Impact Bond is focused on bringing individuals with HIV into care. This done by increase in testing and re-connecting patients who may have lost contact with their HIV specialist
For more information on the Social Care Impact Bond
If you would like a HIV test or have HIV and need help reconnecting back with your specialist please book an appointment with a GP
Dr Michael Brady National LGBT Health Advisor
Dr Brady was appointed as the National Advisor for LGBT Health at NHS England in April 2019. In this new role Dr Brady works across NHS England and NHS Improvement, with the Government Equalities Office and a wide range of stakeholders, partner organisations and the LGBT community to address health inequalities for LGBT individuals and improve experience in the NHS. Michael is also an HIV and Sexual Health consultant at Kings College Hospital in London and the Medical Director of the Terrence Higgins Trust.
Get in touch – England.firstname.lastname@example.org
PrEP will be rolled out on the NHS in England during 2020. Please contact your local NHS Sexual Health Clinic for more information .
NHS England started enrolling 10,000 people onto PrEP Impact in October 2017. The trial was increased to 26,000 places. It closed for recruitment on 12 July 2020.
PrEP prescription is not available from Clapham Family Practice as it is a specialist medicaiton that is only authorised to be issued by specialist clinics.