Your health and wellbeing

The Centre for Wellbeing provides support when personal issues are impacting on your ability to study and cope at University.  We offer advice as well as therapeutic and practical support to help you cope and manage your studies.

To book an appointment you will need to register with the Centre for Wellbeing.  Please contact the Centre for Wellbeing reception, between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday in person or by telephone on 01483 689498 (internal extension 9498) to either pick up a form or have it emailed to you. Enquiries can also be made by email to centreforwellbeing@surrey.ac.uk

If you feel overwhelmed at any point, please note that we have a Duty Nurse on call from 9am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

Alternatively, out of hours you can call 111 for non emergency advice or your local hospital for more urgent issues. Advice and support is also available from University Security 01483 682002, the Mental Health Crisis line: 0300 4568342 and Samaritans: 01483 505555.  Click on our 'in an emergency' page for more information. 

To book a medical appointment please call 01483 409309 for the NHS doctors medical practice (Guildowns).

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Need To See A Doctor?

There is an NHS Medical Practice (Guildowns), located in the Health Centre, University Court. 

Telephone 01483 409309 to book an appointment. 

The Royal Surrey County Hospital is located very close to the university, and includes an Accident & Emergency department.

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Who we are and how to find us

Click on the links to find out about the Centre for Wellbeing staff, and for directions to find our Health and Wellbeing services on campus.

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