We need your ideas
We would love for you to help us improve.
We are setting up a “Student Patient Group” and are interested in your ideas. This is your practice and we want to work with you.
We will meet virtually every few months, to share ideas about the services we offer.
If this is something you would like to be involved in please CLICK HERE
Do you want to help Afghan refugees?
Care4Calais is a volunteer-run refugee charity working with refugees in the UK.
To donate clothes, shoes, or other essentials please go to the drop off map and click on the pin nearest to you for contact details:
To buy the basic essentials such as a clean change of clothes or decent shoes donate here
To volunteer please email [email protected]
We will be out and about on campus, encouraging all new and returning students to register with UoS Health Centre.
We will also be attending Freshers Fair and visiting the student accommodation blocks, to make it easier for students to register with us.
If you know anyone who is joining Salford University please share the link to REGISTER with us.
All patients who have not yet had their Covid Vaccine will be receiving a text message from the centralised CCG SMS hub.
If you decide to opt out of getting the vaccine, you can reply NO to the message, once you have opted-out, you will receive no further invitations to book your vaccination appointments.
If you decide you would like to book your vaccination you can visit http://www.salford.nhsvaccinations.co.uk
Ordering Repeat Medication
Repeat Prescriptions are available for any patient who is on long-term medication authorised by the doctor, all repeat prescriptions will be processed within 48 hours of ordering.
All repeat prescriptions must be ordered on line, medication requests cannot be made by telephone.
Ordering your medication online is a quick and easy process and can be done at any time of the day.
To order visit our website or click HERE
Ordering lateral flow test kits
You can get regular lateral flow tests if you do not have symptoms of COVID-19.
About 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 do not have symptoms but can still infect others.
You should do a rapid test twice a week to check if you have the virus.
Even if you are vaccinated, there is still a chance you can pass COVID-19 on, so you should keep getting tested regularly.
You can order the kits online CLICK HERE
Or you can collect them from a local chemist HERE
Look forward to welcoming you back to campus in September.