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Same day appointments may be booked from 08:30am Mon-Fri. Appointments may also be booked up to 3 days in advance, subject to availability.


Covid 19 Recovery Certificates

Please be advised that the Medical Centre does not provide recovery letters for travel.  Some private GP’s/private practices do offer this chargeable service, please do not contact the Medical Centre to request a certificate as we will be unable to provide it.

For more information please visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-covid-pass .


Coronavirus Vaccination Booster

Please visit the below link to arrange your Coronavirus Vaccination Appointments

 https://www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk/my-health/coronavirus-advice/coronavirus-vaccine/#Leicester%20City%20Clinical%20Commissioning%20Group%20website 


PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO ACCESS THE LATEST INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS 

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus 

https://www.lboro.ac.uk/internal/coronavirus/ 

Self Help Resources

This guide is to help you see which conditions you can safely try treating yourself or with the advise of your pharmacist.

For information on all conditions listed below (and many more) see www.NHS.uk -HEALTH A-Z

 

Prices:

The guide below gives an indication of cost. At the time of writing (July 2019) the cost of a single medication on prescription in England was £9 (see www.NHS.UK for up to date charges)

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££

£££

50p - £2

£2 - £6

£6-£10


Self Help Guide

Support Services

Student Services at Loughborough University provides support on campus that you can self-refer to.

Please use this link from the University website for more information on how to self-refer and access support in the below areas.

-  Eating Disorders

-  Living with abuse

-  Trans and non-binary support and advice

-  Alcohol and Drug use

-  Effected by crime

https://www.lboro.ac.uk/services/student-services/external-partners/

Musculoskeletal Self-Care Information Poster

Musculoskeletal Self Care

Treating minor ailments

Local pharmacists are very knowledgeable about which medicines are best to treat minor illnesses and whether they will conflict with any existing medication you are taking. They can also offer advice on how to
treat common health conditions – and if they think you need to see a GP they will tell you.

Please visit the below link for more information regarding treating minor ailments:

https://www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk/find-a-service/you-and-your-gp-practice/treating-minor-ailments/



 
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