The Medical Centre is open from Monday to Friday, 8.45am - 5pm. To book an appointment:
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Important: you will need to wear a face-covering when you visit the Medical Centre (unless you are exempt).
If you need medical advice:
Information for students
As a student, you may be living far away from your home address. It is therefore vital that you register with a local GP.
The student Medical Centre is ideal as it is based on Talbot Campus. If you would like to register with us then please complete the registration form and the new patient questionnaire and then bring it to the student Medical Centre along with your Student ID Card.
You’ll also need to provide a letter confirming that you're a BU student; you can self-print a standard status letter to confirm this via myHub – under ‘My Documents’.
Important: If you have regular medication, please ensure that you bring at least one month's supply when you start university. You can order repeat medication once you are registered with us.
Please call us on 01202 965378 between 8:45am and 5pm (term time only). If we need to see you face-to-face this will be arranged. At certain times of the year we can be very busy and it may be difficult to get through to us on the phone. We do have a queueing system so you may need to wait, but we will get to you asap.
You can book appointments online using SystmOnline. Initially you’ll need to register for SystmOnline, this is available 24 hours a day for you to view, book and cancel appointments. For more information, download the SystmOnline leaflet.
If you are not already registered for this service, please call us on 01202 965378, this is a national NHS GP surgery process, but once you have them you can manage everything online.
Information for parents
We understand that parents want to ensure that their children are safe and well during their studies. The Medical Centre on Talbot Campus provides a reliable and convenient way to both register for and access GP services throughout the academic year. If your child has an ongoing or serious medical condition they will be able to access support once they are registered with a GP.
If it is an emergency please call 999.
Information for friends and housemates
If you are concerned about a friend at university or someone you live with, we may be able to provide advice or guidance.
Information for BU staff
If you are a member of BU staff, and are concerned about a student we may be able to provide advice or guidance.