The young people friendly page is designed especially for patients aged between 12-18 to help you understand how to access advice and healthcare about anything you might be worries about.
We provide many different services to help support our young patients.
     -Contraceptive Pill,
     -Depo Provera Injection
     - Implant
     - Free morning after pill
We also give out free condoms
No need for a GP appointment just ask at reception! 
STI screening
We offer free Chlamydia and gonorrhoea test screening kits to 16-24 year olds. If you would like further screening, please head to the Newcroft centre at:New Croft House, Market St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6ND                     
Even if you are under 16 you still have the same rights to confidentiality as anyone else.
Our doctor and nurses have to follow very strict rules on confidentiality and the law says  we have to keep all patients records and information completely private.
In exceptional circumstances, for example when a doctor or nurse thinks you might be in serious danger, it might be necessary to pass information on but, even if wed do, we will usually talk to you first before we tell anyone else. This applies to everyone, no matter what age you are.
Support and advice
If you feel you need some confidential help and advice on any of the following matters, here’s where to go! -Smoking: Pharmacies now offer a free smoking cessation service to help people quit smoking. Please call Life line on 0191 2691103 for more information
-Alcohol & Drugs: Street wise offer drop-in information and help and support on alcohol and drugs for young people aged 13-25 Street wise also offer free counselling and support!
You can find them at:
Unit 3  Blackfriars Court                                     
Dispensary Lane                                        
Newcastle upon Tyne                                     

NE1 4XB Contact Tel: 0191 230 5400
Gillick Competence
We offer free and confidential information, advice, support and counselling to young people from the age of 12.

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