Our normal opening hours are:
Contact outside of these hours is via our Request a callback facility.
For safety, please do not attend your appointment at the clinic if:
You will not be treated if you have these symptoms and you will be rebooked.
Any clients who develop symptoms of COVID must self-isolate for 10 days. If your appointment with us is within your 10 day isolation period, please call us to rebook. You will be asked to take an NHS test within 5 days of onset of symptoms, if this is negative you can be booked for treatment.
Please call us to rebook if your appointment is within 14 days of being in contact with someone suffering from COVID.
Visit NHS 111 online for more information and advice.
A variant strain of coronavirus has been detected in Denmark and, as a result anyone entering the UK from Denmark must undertake strict isolation for 14 days. This includes being unable to attend healthcare appointments at BPAS. Please tell us when you are booking if you have been to Demark and we will advise the next steps.
1 Request an appointment - Book your appointment here. Please complete all the details and we will email you your appointment information.
2 Call 03457 30 40 30 to book an appointment or make an enquiry.
The call is charged at a local rate and phone lines are usually open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday. When the phone lines are closed, you can leave a message and we will return your call.
3 Request a callback - a single attempt will be made to telephone you from a withheld number.
4 Book a telephone consultation online for NHS funded abortion - women who are registered with a GP from Coventry & Rugby CCG, North Warwickshire CCG and Warwickshire South CCG are eligible for online booking. This service works best on a mobile phone. Click here for more information and to book online.
5 If using Skype, or calling from outside the UK call +44 1789 508 211
6 Deaf or hard of hearing - call the BPAS textphone on: 0345 365 1450. Entry to most BPAS clinics is gained via intercom - please check when you make a booking.
We always offer the earliest and most convenient appointment (standby appointments are not available).
We won't contact your GP without your permission, but we may need to share some personal information with other healthcare providers or organisations in order to provide your care. For example to gain NHS funding or to understand your medical history. Any person receiving your information is bound by strict data protection rules and it will only be used to help you receive the services and support you need. Read more about how we use your information.