University of Birmingham Doctors

By | 19th April 2017

University of Birmingham Doctors

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The UK has a National Health Service (NHS) which provides its residents with various healthcare services. Please refer to the information below for information about these services and to find out you are entitled to use them.

What free treatment does the UK National Health Service (NHS) provide to everyone?

Some NHS services are free to everyone, these include:

  • Emergency treatment (but not follow-up treatment)
  • Treatment of certain communicable (contagious) diseases
  • Compulsory psychiatric treatment
  • Family planning services (contraception)

The UK has a National Health Service (NHS) which provides its residents with various healthcare services. Please refer to the information below for information about these services and to find out you are entitled to use them.

What free treatment does the UK National Health Service (NHS) provide to everyone?

Some NHS services are free to everyone, these include:

  • Emergency treatment (but not follow-up treatment)
  • Treatment of certain communicable (contagious) diseases
  • Compulsory psychiatric treatment
  • Family planning services (contraception)

 

The University Medical Practice

We are a long established group practice of doctors working from purpose built premises on the edge of campus in Edgbaston. Whilst we have a close relationship with the University and cater mainly for students and staff, we are fully independent as a ‘normal’ general practice and we welcome local residents who live within the practice area to register.

We have close links with the various University departments and are well used to providing medical notes and helping with student welfare issues.

Currently there are 5 male doctors, 3 female doctors, as well as a team of 4 nurses & a phlebotomist, working in the practice and offering a wide range of medical services. We have been a stable group practice for the past few years.

We offer ten minute appointments during morning and afternoons, convenient for people on or around campus during the day.