A range of services are available for advice and consultation, whether work is affecting health, or health is affecting work, to ensure that you stay in the best possible shape.
For primary healthcare, you are advised to register with your college doctor, other local General Practitioner (GP), or with a local private medical practice for treatment. Please refer to the doctors and nurses page for information.
For routine or emergency dental treatment you should seek the advice of your college doctor or nurse. Studental, NHS dental care for Oxford, is located at Brookes campus on Headington Hill.
For out of hours emergency care, contact the East Oxford Emergency Dental Clinic on 0845 3458995. Open from 18:30-22:00 weekday evenings and all day at weekends. Alternatively, you can contact the NHS 111 Service: Tel. 111.
Colleges do not normally have a special arrangement with opticians, so you should register with an optician of your choice. Charges for sight tests vary. If you have a visual problem which requires specialised attention, you will be referred to the hospital eye service.
Occupational Health Service
The Occupational Health Service is available for advice and consultation on whether work is affecting health, or health affecting work. The service also provides travel advice if you are travelling as part of your studies. The service does not provide general medical treatment or first aid. It is located at 10 Parks Road, Oxford, call 01865 282676, open 08:30-17:00 Monday to Thursday and 08:30-16:00 on Fridays.
Some projects, particularly in science or medicine, may require work-related health surveillance. You should consult your project supervisor or departmental administrator to see if enrolment is necessary and, if so, arrange for the Area Safety Officer to complete a health surveillance registration form and forward it to the Occupational Health Service.
Oxford Physiotherapy Service
The Physiotherapy Service offers treatment for pain relief, healing, rehabilitation and the prevention of injury. A term-time clinic is held at Keble College (Room S4, Sloane-Robinson building) on Tuesdays from 13:00-16:00 and Fridays 13:30-16:30.