We are located on campus next to the Student Wellbeing Centre
Welcome to the University of Lincoln
Health Service Medical Practice
GP registration – what to do next!
As a new student in Lincoln, it is important that you register with a local medical practice. You have the option to be registered with the University of Lincoln Health Service Medical Practice (GP) when you first arrive in the city. That way you can receive emergency care if you need it and access health services quickly and easily while you're at University. This is especially important if you have an ongoing health condition such as emotional health problems, asthma, diabetes or epilepsy. Please be aware, for some emotional and physical health conditions the Practice may recall you for an annual review via a text message, email or letter. Again, this is important to ensure you are getting the best care for your medical condition.
The University of Lincoln Health Service are experienced in supporting students, and also in working with the University. This is important if you are ill throughout your studies. Student Wellbeing will also support you during this time.
A visit to A&E is for emergencies only, for example a severe injury/bad accident, fracture or bleeding. For most medical problems, the first port of call is your Pharmacist or GP. Outside normal working hours, ring 111 where they will provide advice, or you will be put through to the out of hours GP service.
For your information: The Practice is situated next to the Wellbeing Centre on campus. Look for the blue HEALTH SERVICE / NHS logo. Please do not hesitate to contact us on 01522 870010 if you have any questions or queries.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SOON
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Take a look at our patient leaflet here.
PLEASE HELP US TO HELP YOU GET THE BEST EXPERIENCE
FROM OUR PRACTICE
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See below for details of pharmacies near University of Lincoln Health Service.
Ongoing Health Condition Forms
It is important if you have any ongoing health condition(s) for which you are prescribed medication, that you advise us of this so we can arrange a review appointment with one of our clinicians to ensure appropriate monitoring/repeat medication are in place for you . To enable us to arrange this, please review the condition forms attached, complete the relevant form and return it to us with your registration form. Once you are registered with us, we will contact you to arrange an appointment.
|CHD- (Coronary Heart Disease)||CHD-_Coronary_Heart_Disease.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|CKD- (Chronic Kidney Disease)||CKD-_Chronic_Kidney_Disease.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|Coeliac Disease||Coeliac_Disease.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|Heart Failure||Heart_Failure.pdf||07/08/2023||0.25 MB|
|High Cholesterol||High_Cholesterol.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|IBD- (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)||IBD-_Inflammatory_Bowel_Disease.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|Multiple Sclerosis||Multiple_Sclerosis.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|Palliative Care||Palliative_Care.pdf||07/08/2023||0.25 MB|
|Rheumatoid Arthritis||Rheumatoid_Arthritis.pdf||07/08/2023||0.25 MB|
|Sickle Cell Disease||Sickle_Cell_Disease.pdf||07/08/2023||0.24 MB|
|Transplant Surgery||Transplant_Surgery.pdf||07/08/2023||0.25 MB|