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  • The Medical Centre


    Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, Oxford Brookes Medical Centre is currently operating in a different way. To help protect patients and staff, access to the Medical Centre will be limited to those patients that have already spoken to or had an e-consultation with a clinician. Our team of Doctors and Nurse Practitioners are available to talk to you over telephone, video consultation or e-consultation and will continue to provide our full range of services. If necessary they can arrange for your to be seen face-to-face at a designated appointment time.

    Please do not come to the Medical Centre for prescription requests or general enquiries. Please contact the Medical Centre via an on-line e-consultation by following the link on our website or by telephone on 01865 483193.

    If you need to arrange for a Meningococcal MenACWY vaccination, please telephone 01865 483193 first.

    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.

    Do you need a vaccination?

    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.

    Where to get help and information

    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.

    NHS 111

    24 hour, nurse-led information helpline number: call 111 (free)

    A comprehensive NHS Choices website including:

    • Health encyclopaedia A-Z
    • Best treatments website
    • Self-help guide
    • Local information database