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If you need to contact a doctor  when the surgery is closed please Telephone 111. 

Alternatively you can go to the   North Colchester Healthcare Centre o n Turner Road Monday to Sunday from 7am to 10pm   Telephone:      01206 314015

If attending the walk in clinic after 8pm then telephone in advance to ensure there is availability to be seen. 

Useful website:

http://getwellessex.com/

2. University Health Centre

All students are reminded to update their contact details of address and telephone numbers at reception or on line via "Changing Personal Details"

 

The Freshers' week newsletter is available on our newsletter page.

YOU MUST BE REGISTERED AT THE HEALTH CENTRE IN ORDER TO BE SEEN BY A DOCTOR OR RECEIVE TREATMENT THERE.

 

The University Health Centre is based on the campus at the University of Essex. 

It is the branch surgery of the Rowhedge Medical practice, and as such is staffed by the doctors who work at both practices. The Health Centre is staffed by a  full complement of receptionists, nurses, health care assistant and secretary and can cater for all primary care needs of the students.

For further details of services provide, student advice, registration session details and more, please visit the "Student Section" of this website.

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Our nurses are very experienced at dealing with typical student problems, both medical and non-medical. They run a triage service from 9.30 - 12.00 and 1.30 - 3.30 each weekday. This allows any student who may feel that they need to be seen straight away to be assessed by one of our triage nurses who will then either manage the condition themselves, or refer on to the doctor with an appropriate appointment, either the same day or a few days later according to the clinical need.

   

   

We try to make our waiting room friendly and relaxing, with information boards with posters to read, practice newsletter and our "call board" which not only tells you when it is your turn to see the doctor or nurse, and which room to go to, but also updates you on our latest practice information.

   



 
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