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University of Nottingham Health Service

University of Nottingham Health Service

Our health service offers NHS primary care and GP services to students, staff and their families.  

As well as standard GP and nurse-led services, we have specialist clinics and services including:


What you need to know

We strongly recommend all students register with a Nottingham GP/doctor while studying at the University. 

All new students joining the University in September 2019 can attend one of our health centre registration sessions, see details below.

If you’re able to please print and complete the registration form and medical questionnaire and bring them along to your session – this will help speed things up when you come to register.

Studying at Sutton Bonington Campus?

You can register at the relevant slot in the table below at University Park Campus or you can register with the Orchard Surgery in Kegworth (located just 1.4 miles from Sutton Bonington Campus).

The registration event for the Orchard Surgery takes place on Wednesday 25 September from 10am in the Vet School Foyer.

Studying at University Park Campus or Jubilee Campus?

Please attend the session for your school/department listed in the table below.

Joint honours students should attend the slot for the school/department which administers their course.


All of the following sessions take place in the Great Hall and Senate Chamber, Trent Building, University Park Campus.

Day and time

Level of study


Monday 23 September



American and Canadian Studies

Centre for English Language Education (CELE)

Humanities (History, Music, Theology and Classics and Archaeology, does not include Philosophy)


Monday 23 September



Contemporary Chinese Studies


Education (excluding CELE)


Politics and International Relations

Sociology and Social Policy


Tuesday 24 September







Tuesday 24 September



Faculty of Engineering (Architecture and Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering and Foundation Engineering and Physical Sciences)

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies (Cultural, Media and Visual Studies and Modern Languages and Cultures, does not include American and Canadian Studies)



Wednesday 25 September



Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (Nursing and Midwifery, Biochemistry, Biology, Genetics, Neuroscience, Sport and Exercise Science, Zoology, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Science)


Biomedical Sciences


Wednesday 25 September




Biosciences (Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science, Biotechnology Environmental Sciences, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Microbiology and Plant Science)


Natural Sciences

Computer Science

Mathematical Sciences


Physics and Astronomy


Thursday 26 September




All postgraduate students

Studying at the School of Medicine at Derby or the School of Health Sciences at Derby?

You should not attend any of the sessions above. Please refer to the Derby Course Administration team for details

Additional information for non-EU students

If you’re taking part in the International Welcome Programme you can complete health centre registration on either Thursday 19 or Friday 20 September between 9am-12pm or 1-5pm in the Great Hall, Trent Building on University Park Campus.

Please remember to bring the following documents with you: Passport, visa/biometric residence permit, University offer letter/University ID Card.