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Blood Pressure Check: Have you had your Blood Pressure Checked recently? Did you know there is a machine in the waiting room that you can use to check your Blood pressure regularly and this can be handed to the receptionist to be input into your notes! 

Patient Access: When you request to book appointments online a print off with your log in details is generated and left for collection at the front desk. If you haven't received your log in details yet, why not ask the receptionist when you next visit the surgery!? 

Once registered, to make an appointment with our University Sister or a telephone appointment with a GP, please call our student health line number: 01244 320513. This call will be answered by a Receptionist who will arrange an appointment for you.

Receptionists may ask if you are a student at the University. We don't ask this question to discriminate or to treat you differently, we ask to ensure you are triaged to the correct person.

You may also be asked for a brief indication of the problem. This is to prioritise problems and ensure patients are seen by the correct person at the correct time. Local pharmacists are able to give advice and treatment on a number of minor illnesses, no appointment necessary. Click here for more details.

Sister Sarah Clifford RGN PNC FP.cert is our University Sister at the practice. She works Monday-Thursday and can diagnose, manage, treat and refer to secondary care. Sister Clifford is very experienced in providing assessment and treatment for a full range of medical conditions and offers advice and support in all areas of health and well-being. Sister Clifford also has links to the services provided at the University and can signpost to these services. This is particularly helpful with non-medical problems.

Please click here for information on who to contact if you need medical advice when we are closed.

 
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