Whitstable Medical Practice

Whitstable: 01227 284320 Chestfield: 01227 795130 Estuary View: 01227 284300

Young Patients

Whitstable Medical Practice is a young person friendly Practice. We offer support and services for all young people. Please ask at Reception for a leaflet or click on the links below to find out more.

We welcome all young people to our Practice and our mission is to help you stay physically and emotionally healthy.

Moving away to University but wishing to remain registered at Whitstable Medical Practice? … This is now possible as we are able to accept ‘out of area’ registrations providing certain criteria is met. You will still be able to be seen by a GP practice near your university should the need arise! Please click here for more information or contact reception.

 

Sexual Health

C Card

The Kent C Card scheme provides young people aged 19 and under with access to free condoms in places other than clinics. For further information, such as how to register for a C Card and where you can pick up free condoms, please click here to visit the Kent C Card website.

If you have an iPhone, click on the following link to download information about the Kent C Card app: c card app

Chlamydia

Please click on the link below to download a copy of our Practice leaflet on chlamydia. We offer free, straightforward and confidential chlamydia testing. Please contact your surgery to make an appointment.

Chlamydia Leaflet

Sex and Young People

Please click here to visit the NHS Choices website on sex and young people.

More Information for Young Patients

Please click on the links below to download information and leaflets on the following subjects:

Confidentiality and Privacy
Immunisations at Secondary School
Your Guide to the HPV Vaccination
Early Intervention in Psychosis

Useful Websites for Young Patients

Talk To Frank is a website that offers friendly and confidential drugs advice. It can help you find out everything you might want to know about drugs.

Alcohol and Young People is part of ‘For Young People’, a website designed especially for young people in Kent.

Teen Girls’ Health and Teen Boys’ Health are pages on the NHS Choices website. They have lots of useful information and advice for teenagers on a wide range of topics.

FPA, The Sexual Health Charity is an organisation that offers help advice and information about sexual health and wellbeing.

Get connected

Have Your Say

researchersWe would love to hear what young patients think of our services. If you have any comments on our website or services for young people, or ways that we could improve, why not join our Patient User Group?

The group is a great way to have your say on Whitstable Medical Practice. You can become a virtual member and take part in discussions using email or you can attend group meetings. For more information and to sign up, please click here.