HIV Clinic: NMUH

Under Review — this page was due to be reviewed by Tuesday, 20 September 2022. The information shown here may be outdated.


  • Outpatient and inpatient care
  • Antiretroviral treatment
  • Specialist advice and multi-disciplinary care
  • Specialist clinics for patients with HIV and tuberculosis, malignancies, renal failure and pregnant women with HIV
  • For paediatric HIV services, see our children’s and adolescents’ services (link below)


  • Consultants
  • Junior doctors
  • Clinical nurse specialists
  • Clinic nurses
  • Dedicated phlebotomist
  • Pharmacy team
  • Admin team
  • Counselling team
  • Peer support
  • Data manager

The team works closely with partners in social care and the voluntary sector to provide holistic support to meet patients’ needs. Patients can also access clinical research trials. 

We also offer a range of integrated community sexual health services in a number of locations in Enfield (see link below).

Eligibility criteria


  • Any person living with HIV who wants to have their care at the North Middlesex.


  • Any person who has not had a reactive HIV test result. HIV testing can be accessed via the GP, Sexual Health services, or online via Sexual Health London (SHL:

How to refer

Contact number

Calls to the above number will have to be followed up with a referral letter.

Patients can also self-refer if they have received a reactive HIV result e.g. via home testing (Sexual Health London, SHL).

Email address


Patients can self-refer by contacting reception on the number below. 


North Middlesex University Hospital

General Services

Adult Safeguarding

Child Safeguarding

Community Services


Urgent and Emergency Care

Urgent and Emergency Care for Children

Review date: Tuesday, 20 September 2022