Clinical Services

Norfolk Department of Public Health Clinics 

These are confidential health clinics with scheduled appointments and walk-in hours. Services include Family Planning, Sexual Health, Immunizations, and Pediatric Health.

Southampton Clinic

830 Southampton Avenue
Norfolk VA, 23510

For more information or questions, please call 757-683-2735.

Little Creek Clinic

207 East Little Creek Road
Norfolk, VA 23505

For more information or questions, please call 757-683-2735. See Clinic Hours tab for information on hours and services offered at each location.

Available Services

Sexual Health/Test & Go

Services include prevention education, testing, treatment, and counseling for STIs, HIV, and PrEP. Free female and male condoms are available.

Test & Go is a free community activity that provides testing for any or all of the following tests:

  • Gonorrhea (GC)
  • Chlamydia
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C

A self-addressed confidential letter will be sent if results are negative.  Hard copies and phone/verbal requests for negative lab results are not available.  Clients will be contacted by clinical staff regarding positive test results and to discuss treatment options.  Test & Go is designed for those at risk for STIs.  This includes (but not limited to):

  • Baby Boomers, who want to know their Hepatitis C status
  • Sexually active individuals, regardless of age, who have not had STI testing
  • Students in relationships
  • Asymptomatic individuals who have never had any STI testing

PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis)

Provides counseling for HIV prevention, testing for HIV and other STIs. Services include application for enrollment into the PrEP program, medications, counseling, and continual monitoring of HIV and STI risks. Case management is available to all enrolled clients.

Family Planning Services

Includes client-centered education and counseling, well woman exams, urine pregnancy confirmation, pap test and colposcopy for abnormal Pap results. We offer a variety of contraceptive methods, to include long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) such as Nexplanon and IUDs.

Immunization Clinic

Routine immunizations are provided for infants, children, teens and adults.  

For Immunizations, complete, unaltered shot records are required.
*Names on the shot record must be the same as that on the birth certificates.  For some, a blood draw may be required before vaccination.

Tuberculosis (TB) screenings and Purified Protein Derivative (PPD) placements are provided. Please bring all immunization records with you and present them at the time of registration. For more information, call 757-451-7510 or 757-683-2735.

Pediatric/Adolescent Health

Services include school and sport physicals, routine well-child check-ups, and immunizations. Please bring all immunization records with you and present them at the time of registration.