Where can I get tested?
Hepatitis B testing is carried out by doctors and health specialists at their clinics or hospital departments. These include:
- Some GP Surgeries. Just ask your doctor for a test, or a referral for testing.
- Sexual Health (GUM) Clinics.
- Drug Dependency Units. Most drug dependency units can offer the antibody tests to patients in treatment or being supported by a community drug counsellor.
- Maternity settings - check the NHS antenatal testing guide
Alternatively, search the Service Finder on this site for your nearest testing centre.
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Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Framework
The Scottish Government has published the Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Framework to tackle Hepatitis B in Scotland.
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