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Working with Coventry University

Working with Coventry University London 

To support Coventry University London's next exciting phase of development, we are seeking to appoint enthusiastic and passionate professionals who will help us to become a key university of choice in London.

This is an exciting time to join Coventry University London's rich and dynamic working environment, offering the opportunity to grow and develop your career in a modern, forward-thinking educational institution with a passion for creating, supporting and developing the next generation of business leaders.

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Health and Medical Care

Registering with a doctor

You will need to register with a doctor (GP), taking your passport, evidence that you are a student, and proof of your UK address.

 

Eligibility

You will be eligible for free NHS consultation or treatment if:

OR

  • You are an overseas student and your course of study is longer than six months

If you are from a country not listed above and your course of study is shorter than six months you will be treated as a private patient.

 

Locations

We recommend that you register at the following medical centre:

Holborn Medical Centre

64-66 Lamb’s Conduit St. London. WC1N3N

02030770044

Alternatively, to find your nearest doctor, visit the NHS website. This website also locates your nearest:

  • Pharmacy
  • Dentist
  • Accident and Emergency

You can use the following private centre for emergencies:

The City of London Clinic (£)

Renown House, 33–34 Bury Street, London, EC3A 5AR

Monday to Friday, 7.30 am – 6.30 pm

020 3627 5831

 

Useful phone numbers

999 is emergency phone number for ambulance, police or fire services

111 for less urgent medical calls

 

Health Surcharge for overseas students

If you are an overseas student and paid a health surcharge as part of your visa you will not need to pay a fee to see a GP. You will need your BRP card or IHS number. This does not cover all services, such as prescriptions, dental treatment or eye tests. For further information, contact International Student Services at visahelp@culc.coventry.ac.uk.