What is a men’s healthcare clinic?

What is it?

Men’s health clinics (MHC) are health care facilities which are staffed by men, offering men’s care, including cancer screening, treatment for urinary incontinence, men’s contraception, and sexual health.

What are they for?

The MHC can provide free and reduced-cost male healthcare for men, including prostate cancer screening and treatment, male contraception, male sexual health and other men’s issues.

They also provide specialist male medical advice and treatment for prostate cancer, prostate and colon cancer, urinary incision and other diseases.

Who can use them?

Men can use MHCs, provided they are aged 18 and over.

They are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

How much do they cost?

MHC fees are £25 for a one-hour visit, £35 for a three-hour session, and £40 for a six-hour course.

They can be paid in cash, debit or credit cards.

How can I find out more?

You can get more information about MHC services by contacting your local MHC.

You can also call the MHC’s helpline on 0300 123 0300.

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