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Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, St Bartholomew’s Medical Centre is currently operating in a different way. We are protecting patients and staff by reducing patient/GP face-to-face contact as much as possible. It is important that if you have any concerns, questions or queries that you would normally discuss with your GP, that you contact us. You can begin an online consultation or you can telephone us on 01865 242334.
Our GPs are available to talk to you via a telephone or video consultation and if necessary, they will then arrange for you to be seen. Please note you can order repeat prescriptions via email.
We thank you for understanding and for your support.
University information and guidance »
The Medical Centre is located in the 3rd floor of the Colonnade Building on Headington Campus. It is open from 8.30am – 6.00pm, Monday to Friday (semester time only).
Students wishing to register with us must reside within our practice area (postcodes OX1, OX3 and OX4). Students living at Harcourt Hill Campus can register with the Botley Medical Centre. Students living at Wheatley Campus can register with the Wheatley Surgery. For more surgeries within your area, please visit NHS Choices.
All students are advised to have the MMR and Meningitis ACWY vaccination before arriving at University. Please check with your own GP before arriving to check you are up to date. Please see the new guidelines for Meningitis ACWY for students attending University.
During semester, appointments are available both on campus at the Medical Centre and at our main surgery, St Bartholomew’s Medical Centre, on the Cowley Road. During vacation, appointments are only available at our main surgery, St Bartholomew’s Medical Centre.
The Medical Centre, Headington Campus »
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24 hour, nurse-led information helpline number: call 111 (free)
A comprehensive NHS Choices website including: