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Milton Keynes

Please note that from 1 April 2020, sexual health and contraception services in Milton Keynes will be run by iCaSH, a free and confidential service. 

You will continue to receive the same high standard of care, provided by the same staff, in the same location. 

  • Sexual health services will remain at Milton Keynes Hospital from 1 April until the new bespoke town centre hub is ready in summer 2020. 
  • HIV services will remain at Milton Keynes Hospital. 
  • There will also be a new phone number to call for appointments and queries – 0300 300 3030. This number is charged at a local rate. 

Until this time, please contact Jackie Redding on jackie.redding@brook.org.uk with any enquiries about Brook services.


Welcome to Brook Milton Keynes, we offer a wide range of sexual health and advice services to anyone up to the age of 25. 

The service is free and confidential, this means that we will not talk to anyone outside Brook without your permission.

Telephone line - 01908 606 561 ext 219 (9am-12pm Mon-Friday)

What can I discuss on the telephone line?

You can call the telephone line for any general enquiries and to arrange appointments.

Translation services

We have a telephone translation facility available for non-English speakers and a translator can visit the clinic after prior arrangement. We also have information about confidentiality available in other languages.

At-home HIV testing

Public Health England have made 'at-home' HIV self-sampling kits available free online for people in England at higher risk from HIV, such as men who have sex with men or people from black African communities.

The kits are discreet and are sent out by first class mail and contain everything you need to take a finger prick blood sample. There will be a prepaid envelope for sending your sample to a laboratory for testing and you will receive your results in around five working days.

You can choose how you would like to receive your results and can also track the status of your test. If the results show that it is likely you have HIV you will then be asked to visit a sexual health clinic to confirm the test. 

Volunteer at Brook Milton Keynes

We are currently recruiting for a clinic support volunteer. Go to the volunteer clinic support page for further information on the role, the specification and to discover the benefits.

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