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QMU LOGO Student Health Services

All our services are provided for all students living in E1, E2, E3, E14.

scope_aple_heartThe Student Health Service is located in the Geography Building, you can see a Doctor or Nurse Mon-Fri during Term Time.

We provide a full range of medical services including contraception, emergency contraception; sexual health advice and care; psychological counselling; substance misuse; and immunisation. We also care for long term conditions such as diabetes, asthma, epilepsy etc.

To access these services and other available services under the NHS, students should register with Globe Town Surgery at the Student Health Centre at the beginning of term.

The Student Health Service can only see registered patients with a Tower Hamlets postcode (E1, E2, E3, E14). This is a statutory requirement which relates to the use of emergency services like ambulances so there can be no exceptions. Once you are registered you will then have 24 hour 365 day cover. We also ask that all registering students complete a health check with the nurse.

Register with us simply by completing the registration form available on request from the Student Health Service. The Student Health Service is located on the ground floor of the Geography Building.

If you are currently registered with a general practitioner (GP) in the UK or have been at any time in the past you will need to bring; either your NHS Medical Card or your GPs' name and your NHS number. Your NHS number can be obtained from your current GP. We cannot register you without these details.

This service is supported by GPs and nursing staff at Globe Town's main site and by the Out-Of-Hours service provider THEDOC.

We look forward to seeing you and taking care of your health needs

 
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