Welcome to all new students at Reading University

Registering with a local GP is important during your studies at Reading University

Register with us at the University Medical Group if you are living within our practice boundary


How do I register?

1 Download and complete the forms below and bring them in to reception.

Registration form

New patient form

Text and Email Opt-In form

DNA (Did Not Attend) policy Important information for all new patients to read.

2 Come in

Come in to our reception and ask to register. Reception is open Monday to Friday 8am – 6.30pm.

Please bring with you a copy of your I.D and proof of address e.g. passport, photo driving licence and a utility bill or tenancy agreement if you have them.  Alternatively, you can bring in your student card. 

What Happens Next?

We will enter your details onto our computer system, and for patients who have previously registered with a doctor in the UK arrange for transfer of your medical records to us.

If you need to see a doctor or nurse you can book an appointment after we have received your completed forms.

If you take regular medication for contraception, asthma, hay fever, acne or eczema you will need to book an appointment with one of our specialist nurses at least a week before your medication runs out. (Please tell reception which condition your medication is for so they can direct you to the correct nurse).

All other medications please book an appointment with a doctor at least one week before your medication runs out.

If you have a minor illness eg coughs, cold or flu symptoms, earaches, skin or fungal issues, bites, hay fever (this list is not exhaustive), the practice may refer you to your local pharmacy for a consultation if appropriate under the Community Pharmacy Consultation Service (CPCS).

New Patient Health Checks

Our Healthcare Assistants are trained to undertake New Patient Health Checks. 

For an appointment please telephone reception on 0118 9874551 between 0800 -1830 Monday to Friday.

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