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 The Student Health Service is a confidential service available to all students at the University. We work with students to enable  them to access appropriate services and all students should register with a general practitioner (GP) in relation to the postcode area of their term-time address.

Our Services

The Student Health Service Nurse can assist in promoting positive health and wellbeing by providing advice and information on looking after your health. We provide support with health related issues, assistance to access other professionals and advice on a range of health issues, minor illness and common ailments.

Please contact us Monday to Friday for health information and advice, support accessing NHS services or an appointment with our Nurse Denise McElroy.

Student Health Service

Level 4, Graham Hills Buidling

50 George Street

Glasgow

G1 1QE

t: 0141 548 3916 or  e: studenthealth@strath.ac.uk

If you require emergency assistance or First Aid, telephone Security Control on the Emergency Number 2222 (0141 548 2222). University Security Staff are available 24 Hours a day, are qualified to administer First Aid and will take appropriate action.

 WHAT'S HAPPENING

Student Registration for GP Services

If you are a student and live in  university accommodation, and/or also stay within the following post code areas G1, G2,G3,G4, G11, G12, G20 G21 and G23 Townhead Health Centre can accept you on to the Practice list.

Registration can be completed at the practice in person or application to register can be made online. Please remember to bring identification with you when you first attend the practice.

You are advised to register as soon as possible and not wait until you are unwell. This may delay your medical treatment, as we will not have access to your previous medical records and/or history.

To register online visit here https://www.paradegrouppractice.co.uk/student-registration/

 

Everyday Meditation (30 minutes)

Take some time out of your busy schedule to meditate at lunch times Open to all students at the University of Strathclyde. No previous experience necessary, come try it out, it may change your life or just give you some quiet time in a frantic world. Wellbeing Room, Level 2, Livingstone Tower at 1220pm,  Monday to Friday. Beginners come along at 1210pm.

Hypnotherapy drop in sessions for wellbeing 

On Tuesdays 1-2pm , in the Chaplaincy Centre, Graham Hills Building, Level 2, 50 George Street.  All students welcome.

  

6 Tips to a happier, healthier you!

If you are looking for advice about how to look after yourself during stressful situations such as exams, please visit our new sections called '6 Tips to a happier, healthier you!': http://www.strath.ac.uk/studenthealth/6_tips/ or come and visit us in the Student Health Service.

 

 

NEWS

New Alcohol Guidelines

The new guidelines are SAME for both men and women, who are advised not to drink more than 14 units regularly per week. For more information see our section on Alcohol awareness or go to the DRINKWARE website.

 

Students with New Term Address

It is very important for your doctor to hold a correct address, telephone number and email address  for you. If any of these have  changed please notify your Medical Centre either by completing a form at the centre reception desk, by telephone or online.

If your new address is no longer in the postcode area covered by your Medical Centre you will need to re-register with a new Medical Centre. For help please contact studenthealth@strath.ac.uk  or telephone 0141 548 3916.