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IMPORTANT: Please can all adult patients wear their own face mask or face covering when attending the surgery in person.  These can help us protect each other and reduce the spread of this disease.  Please do not buy surgical masks which should be prioritised for the NHS.  Thank you

RESEARCH!  Want to help with medical/healthcare related research?  We are taking part in a Covid19 Clinical Trials research and a healthcare data project called The CLIMB Survey.  Clink on the links for further information or the relevant tabs on the right -->

National Health Service (NHS) Number 

Your NHS number is unique to you and shows you are registered as a patient of your present doctor. If you do not know your NHS number, please contact your current GP surgery to obtain this as you will need it to register.  (If you are from overseas, then you will not have an NHS number so please ignore this)

Medical History & Serious Illness or On-going Treatment

If you have had a serious illness, if you are currently undergoing medical treatment or hospital investigation, or if you are currently taking medication, then a brief doctor's letter (in English) summarising your medical history, will help the Medical Centre to provide you with uninterrupted health care. 

Medication

Bring enough medication to last you the 2-3 months at university until you have seen a doctor at the medical centre. 

Medical Insurance (overseas students)

Details of your medical insurance to cover general practice, specialist and hospital care if your stay in the UK is less than 6 months (unless you are from the EU or a country with reciprocal health care agreements with the UK) and you will not be eligible for free NHS care.

International Students

Bring with you (if required) your UK Foreign Commonwealth Office (UK FCO) Visa Tuberculosis Screening Certificate.

Last updated: 03.07.2019

 
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