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Play Safe, Stay Safe

The University Health Centre has been successful in securing some funding from The Queens Nursing Institute to help raise awareness of Men’s Sexual health. The project aims to deliver sexual health screening via drop in clinics in the Student union Advice Centre and through self-screening packs which will be available around the University of Huddersfield and The University Health Centre.

The Queens Nursing Institute is a registered charity dedicated to improving the nursing care of people in the home and community and will be supporting this year long project. 

For more information click here.

Advance Notice - Car Parking

We would like to inform you that a new Automatic Number Plate Recognition camera controlled car park management system will be in place from April 2017. 

Patients and visitors must enter their full, correct vehicle registration into the terminal at reception to be entitled to up to 1 hour free parking whilst in the Health Centre ONLY. Blue badge holders - all terms and conditions apply. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions will result in a parking charge of £70. We are unable to rescind any parking tickets issued. 

If you are going to be at the Health Centre for more than one hour please inform reception.  

Contraception and Sexual Health Clinic (CASH)

From Monday 16th January 2017, the University Health Centre will be offering a drop in Contraception and Sexual Health Clinic (CASH) from 9:30am to 11:30am daily. ‘Pills’, ‘morning after’ pill, condoms, STI screening for both male and female patients. You do not need to book an appointment for this - just turn up! 

Please note pre-bookable CASH clinic appointments will be available daily from 8:30am to 9:30am. 

*This service is for registered patients only*


We are changing the way our repeat prescription service works... 

From the 1st May 2016 you will no longer be able to order your medications over the phone. Don't panic - there are lots of ways to order your medications;

  • Online - register for online request of repeat medications and appointments.
  • Once you have online access, you can use the patient access app to request your medication - see leaflet how repeat prescriptions will change.
  • Written request (posted to the surgery).
  • Ordering your request in person, at the reception desk.

(If you do not have access to the internet you may continue to telephone your repeat prescription request).

Please allow at least 48 hours for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

Repeat Prescriptions

At your registration health check details of on-going medication will be taken. When you need a new supply, contact the Health Centre in person, online or by letter, giving details of your request. Your prescription will be ready within 48 hours.

Please note - the ‘pill’ - oral contraceptive - is not automatically a repeat drug. Please make a clinic appointment - we have 5 sexual health clinics per week which are run by a nurse and a doctor, please request your appointment in one of these clinics rather than a normal GP clinic appointment.

Electronic Prescription Service

As from 12th August 2014 we are going live with EPS (Electronic Prescription Service), this means when you request a repeat prescription from the Health Centre you can collect the prescription  straight from your nominated Pharmacy/Chemist.

For more information visit, your pharmacy or Reception. 



Electronic Prescription Service Document

Certain Products Are No Longer Available On Prescription in Kirklees

  • Sunscreen for skin protection from UV radiation
  • Emollients (moisturisers) for minor skin conditions
  • Soya and thickened infant formula 
  • Gluten-free food

These products are widely available at local shops and supermarkets. Your local pharmacist will be able to advise you on the best product to meet your specific needs or visit for general health advice. 

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