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Garden Lane Medical

Garden Lane Medical

Register with ease

Garden Lane Medical Centre 👨‍⚕️ 🏥 During your time at University, you will be living in Chester for the majority of the year. Therefore, it is important that you register with a local GP in Chester as soon as possible and not wait until you are poorly. It is particularly important if you have a long term condition such as asthma or diabetes, or require medication. Your new doctor will be able to liaise with your usual hospital Consultant if necessary. During the holidays you can return to your home GP and be seen as a temporary patient as needed. This will save you time during busy Freshers' week. Please provide us with your NHS number. If you do not know this, you could find it by contacting your previous GP surgery. Please also ensure that you provide us with your Chester address as your home address.

Brownlow

Brownlow

GP Practice - Help & Registration

Your go-to GP practice. For all health concerns and registration enquires visit the website. The Student Health Centre, run by Brownlow Health is based in the University's Student Services Centre and provides dedicated student health services. This is a full-time general practice, with surgeries held every weekday, all year round. Appointments can be pre-booked, or you can attend the daily walk-in service, which is nurse-led. https://princespark.brownlowhealth.co.uk/register/

Cornbrook Medical

Cornbrook Medical

Register to Your Doctor

If you're new to the area you can register with us as a new patient. To register please visit their reception desk with some ID and complete 2 short forms. Registration takes approximately 1 week after which we will take care of your medical needs. Their catchment area is below. If you don't live in the area you can still register as an out of area patient but you'll need to sign a form opting out of home visits. ​

Mental Health Chester

Mental Health Chester

Peer Support For Mental Well-Being

For the last five years with no staff, the charity has been led and run 100% by people with lived experience voluntarily. They are proud to be service user led and driven at all levels. This includes a trustee board that is entirely governed by those who are service users. Offering peer support to anyone, over 18, who has experienced or is experiencing any level of mental health problem as well as being somewhere for people to come who want to give their well-being a boost or who are feeling isolated.

Fallowfield Medical Centre

Fallowfield Medical Centre

Register to your New Doctor!

New university, new environment, new doctor. We've tried to make the university transition that little bit easier for you by pointing you to the right direction via our app. Register now! Search "New Patient Registration - Fallowfield Medical Centre"

S.M.I.L.E

S.M.I.L.E

Support Group for Depression & Anxiety

Its Okay not to be Okay... SMILE Chester is a support group for people living with depression and anxiety. Helping each other, friendly chats and group meetings. Weekly meetings are held at Rowlands Heights Off Francis Street.

Manchester Buddhist Centre

Manchester Buddhist Centre

Meditation Classes

Offering a range of friendly, practical courses and shorter sessions in Buddhist meditation: Daily lunchtime sessions: Monday to Friday at 1 pm, no need to book. Popular and informal – a good place to start! Mid-week evening sessions: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 6 pm. Same as lunchtimes, no need to book. Six-week evening courses in Meditation on Wednesdays: Starting on 30th October and then 8th January Occasional one-day Saturday courses in Meditation: 14th December, 11th January Another option: Meditation is a big part of our Tools for Living your Life, Buddhism classes, most Saturdays at 11am.

Manchester eTherapy Services

Manchester eTherapy Services

Free Self Assessment and Therapy

If you are struggling to cope with anxiety, depression, panic or sleep-related problems, you can access quick and confidential support through our range of online, interactive eTherapy programmes. eTherapy is based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), the first line of treatment for the above conditions. Our programmes can take between six to eight weeks to complete. eTherapy services can be accessed from a number of community settings in Manchester. Alternatively, if you have access to the internet and a PC, laptop or tablet, you can access the service from home! Whether accessing the service in a setting or from home, you will be supported each week by an experience eTherapy Coordinator. To find out more about the eTherapy services in your area, or to make a direct referral, please contact 0161 226 3871. Opening times: Wednesday, from 1 - 5pm Access: To access the service you can refer yourself, or ask your GP to refer you. Age: 18+ / Cost: Free