Sexual health services review

Closed 15 Oct 2017

Opened 21 Aug 2017


Sexual health services are currently jointly commissioned by Leicester City, Leicestershire County and Rutland County Councils. These contracts end on 31 December 2018. As a result, sexual health services need to be re-procured across all three local authorities.
As part of this, we need to determine what the new services should offer so that they meet the needs of the people who use them.
This consultation is about ‘integrated sexual health services’. This includes contraceptive services and prevention, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections. These services can be used by people no matter where they live. It does not include the HIV treatment and care services that are provided by University Hospitals of Leicester.

Why We Are Consulting

The contract for our current sexual health services for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ends next year and so we would like your views to help determine what the new services should offer and how they will work.
In addition we also want to highlight future sexual health services available in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and how people will be able to access them.
We need to understand how people might be affected by any proposed changes to how we run our sexual health services. 
This is why we are asking members of the public, services users, staff and partner organisations to comment on the proposed changes.
The proposed changes will be described in more detail in each section of this consultation. A summary of the proposed changes is also available on the first summary page of the questionnaire.


  • All Areas


  • All residents
  • All households


  • Public health