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Do I have HIV?

Find out if you've put yourself at risk by answering these ten simple questions from HIV Aware:

Your GP

You should be able to go for screening at your own GP surgery. 

Find your nearest GP here.

Please note that tests may be limited and they may refer you to a local sexual health (GUM) clinic for further specialised screening.

Aconbury North - Sexual Health Clinic

The Aconbury North - Sexual Health Clinic provides a free and confidential service to people of all ages and backgrounds. 

Where to find us

Aconbury North - Sexual Health Clinic
Aconbury North,
Newtown Rd,
WR5 1JG 

0300 123 1731

Arrowside Unit

HIV point of care testing is now available at the Arrowside Unit in Redditch for the early detection of HIV. 

This is a rapid finger-prick screening test which allows patients to obtain a first line reactive or non-reactive HIV result within 60 seconds

Please contact the Health Adviser at Arrowside if you would like more information.


Where to find us:


Alexandra Hospital
Woodrow Drive
B98 7UB

01527 516 398

Drug and alcohol services

If you are engaged in drug and alcohol services you may be able to access blood borne virus screening.

Worcestershire Pathways to Recovery

St Pauls Hostel – Worcester

Maggs Day Centre – Worcester

Other health services

You may be offered a test by another health care team that you already access within the hospital if they deem you to be at risk.

If this is not offered and you feel you have put yourself at risk of any blood borne virus please ask them for advice.