Please note: Our Student Medical Centre is open but appointments are limited and you will need to call first on 01202 965378 between 8.45am-5pm. If you are a new patient please complete the registration form. In the meantime if you need to see a doctor you can:
As a new 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'.
You can book appointments either by phone (01202 965378), visiting the Student Medical Centre (Talbot House, Talbot Campus), or online using SystmOnline.
To book appointments online you'll need to register for SystmOnline, this is available 24 hours a day for you to view, book and cancel appointments. To register for this service you'll need to collect your login details in person from the Student Medical Centre, this is a national NHS GP surgery process, but once you have them you can manage everything online. For more information download the SystmOnline leaflet.
Repeat prescriptions can be obtained by calling into the Student Medical Centre and listing your name, address and requirements or via our Talbot Medial Centre website. Please allow 48-working hours before collection. You will need to see a doctor initially regarding your medication. Please be aware, there is a limit on the number of repeat prescriptions we give. You will be asked to make an appointment when your review is required.
Home visits are for people too ill to attend the Medical Centre. For all home visits please call 01202 636400 before 10am, if possible, leaving your name, address, phone numbers and details of the problem.
Please phone us or visit the Student Medical Centre one week after the test has been done for the results. Cervical screening takes longer; please allow three to four weeks for results. We will try our best to contact you if any action needs to be taken.
Please let us know every time you change your address, mobile or your landline number by filling in a form (available from reception). Updating your details with us is important because:
- in an emergency the doctor may end up at the wrong address
- if we need to refer you to a specialist, your appointment may never arrive
- we may need to contact you urgently
- if you are not at your registered address, the Shared Business Services Registration Department may remove you from our list and you’ll have to re-register.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
There has been a significant change to the legislation regarding data protection. A new regulation called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in place. We at Bournemouth University Medical Centre have amended our procedures to meet the new regulations. Please read the privacy notice and how we use your data. If you have any queries or concerns or need further advice or information please ask at our reception desk.
How we use your data
Find out more about how we use your data, including; why the NHS collects information about you and how it is used, who we may share information with, your right to see your health records and how we keep your records confidential.
Patient privacy notice and website privacy statement
We understand how important it is to keep your personal information safe and secure and we take this very seriously. We have taken steps to make sure your personal information is looked after in the best possible way and we review this regularly. Please read the privacy notice and the website privacy statement carefully as they contain important information about how we use the personal and healthcare information we collect on your behalf.