We strongly advise all students to register with a local doctor (GP) or Medical Practice while they are at Liverpool Hope. Students can register with the GP on campus during the first week of term, but if you miss this opportunity, please do not leave it until you are ill to try to register, as getting an appointment at busy times can prove difficult. Please call in to see Student Development & Well-being on the first floor of the Gateway Building to collect registration forms.
Details of other local GPs are available from Student Development and Well-being or by searching on the NHS website under ‘Services Near You'.
Call Security on 3520 (Hope Park) or 3700 (Creative Campus) who will alert the Emergency Services.
For none urgent medical queries or out of hours service, contact NHS 111 (free from any phone).
For more information on finding your nearest walk in centre, please visit the NHS website.
We recommend that students make regular appointments with a dentist because treatments required to save teeth affected by pain are often lengthy and more expensive than more conventional treatments. If treatment is delayed the dentist may not be able to save the tooth. Having regular check-ups ensures your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible and help to minimise the need for treatment.
To find out more about which dentists are treating NHS patients call 0800 073 1106. Details about dentists close to where you are living along with their opening times can be found on www.nhs.uk.
If you are a second or third-year student and you are unsure which GP surgery you registered with, please refer to the halls of residents list above which indicates who you may have registered with at the start of your 1st academic year at Liverpool Hope.
If you are still unsure which GP you registered with, please call 0151 291 3427.
If you did not register with a GP at the start of your 1st academic year at Liverpool Hope then you will need to register with a GP. To find your local NHS doctors surgery, please refer to the NHS website.
If you are a student living off campus for your first year, please find your nearest GP's surgery by visiting the NHS website
To check symptoms, get health information including male and female sexual health and contraception, to get general advice or to find your nearest GP, Pharmacy, Dentist or Accident and Emergency Department, go to NHS Direct.
The current prescription charge is £8.60
All students are not eligible for free prescriptions, but most will qualify on the grounds of low income.
Pick up an HC1 form from Student Development and Wellbeing and complete it. You can also get these forms from your GP or dentist.