New College students have access to a drop-in clinic on-site, located at 1 New Buildings. The College Nurse is able to offer advice and support on minor illness and minor injuries in addition to providing supplementary support for those experiencing issues affecting their mental health.
Tuesday: 09.45-12.15 & 13.00-15.00
Friday 09.45 -12.15 & 13.00-15.00
Medication is not available from the College Nurse.
If life is at risk, such as suspected heart attack, stroke, anaphylaxis, severe bleeding, difficulty breathing: please call 999
A defibrillator is available in the Porters' Lodge.
You can access the college doctors at their 28 Beaumont Street Practice which is conveniently situated in central Oxford.
28 Beaumont Street Oxford OX1 2NP T: 01865 311811 Out of Hours NHS Service: 111
The practice is pleased to be able to offer care for students at New College. All New College students are encouraged to register with the practice. The practice doctors have a close working relationship with the New College welfare team. They are particularly experienced in dealing with student health issues and how illness might impact on your studies.
The Beaumont Street practice offers a full range of medical servies to residents and students in and around Oxford. They are a small practice in the centre of town. Their small size means you can expect a personal service, with appointments at times which suit you, and with the clinical staff of your choice.
They are almost always able to offer an appointment with a doctor or nurse within two working days of when you request one, which means that easy access to medical services is one of their strengths. Mondays - Fridays 08.30 - 18.30
Please visit the www.28beaumontstreet.co.uk for more information
Mondays - Fridays 08.30 - 18.30
Weekends - Closed
New College requires all UK students enrolled for degree or diploma courses to register under the NHS (or make private arrangements) with an Oxford doctor and to notify College of the name of this doctor.
UK students should remain registered in Oxford for the duration of their course, but will be able to obtain treatment elsewhere, for example during the vacations, as a temporary resident. The purpose of this arrangement is to ensure that proper medical care is available to you from the time you enter College.
The College Doctors, Dr Matthew Easdale and Dr Rachel Allan, have agreed to accept any member of the College who is resident in the UK for longer than 6 months as an NHS patient. Their practice is at 28 Beaumont Street (01865) 311811 www.28beaumontstreet.co.uk, and they hold a surgery in College at 1 NB in term times.
You will be expected to register in person with the doctors on Monday of 1st week at the Beaumont Street surgery. Details will be available on your arrival in College. Please note that you should bring your UK medical card with you if you have one.