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Welcome to all students at York St. John University!

Please do not forget to register at the Student Health Centre (BLOCK G) for all of your medical needs and advice. The services we provide are tailored specifically to students.

We have registration packs available to pick up from the student and wellbeing reception desk, and at the Health Centre.


The Student Health Centre is closed until next semester. If you have queries you can contact us at the Monkgate Surgery on 01904 206862. All your prescriptions and letters will be available from the Monkgate Surgery.

Have an amazing summer!

MSK Physio Referral

There is a new comprehensive website for self help for MSK problems. There is lots of advice on the page relating to MSK issues and you can now self refer for the physio service too. Just follow the link here.

Meningitis ACWY

We will be offering the Meningitis ACWY Vaccination to all students born between 01/09/1996 - 31/08/1997.

Don't leave it till the last minute if you need a repeat prescription!

We need time to be able to issue a repeat prescription, as they need to be signed by a doctor and in some cases they will need to be reviewed. If you are on regular medication, it is your responsibility to make sure that you do not run out of your mediation. Request your repeat prescription in plenty of time (a couple of weeks before you run out), or if you need a review (such as those on the pill) make sure you book an appointment in good time. It can take up to a week to get an appointment when we are busy, so think ahead!


Do you suffer from a long term condition?

If you suffer from a long term condition and are on regular medication, it is important that you register with us straight away and make an appointment with the nurse. This is so that we can regularly review your condition and medication. We also have a Long Term Conditions page which provides lots of useful information.

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