University Students

The surgery hopes that local university students can register with us and we recognize that university is an exciting but also busy time in a young persons life. That is why we have put together this informative page to help new and current students access the best healthcare possible at a convenience to you.

How can I register as a patient?

To register with us you just need to fill out our registration form that can be found on our website under the "new patients" section, 

Once you have registered with us your previous medical record will be sent over so that we can properly provide you with the best healthcare.

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What kind of appointments can I access? Do I have to come into the Surgery for all of them? 

We can provide same day GP and Minor Ill appointments as well as pre-bookable appointments up to 2 weeks in advance. We also have a range of other clinics available for specific conditions such as mental health, asthma, contraception and many more.

If you struggle to find the time to come into the surgery for an appointment, we also offer telephone call back appointments, you can just call the surgery and ask for a GP or other clinician to give you a call back on the same day to discuss your health concerns. Please note that these same day appointments are offered up until 12pm and pre-bookable telephone appointments are also available.


How can I get to the surgery via public transport?

If you wish to take the bus you can choose between;

Walking from the university to the Hotham Park bus stop and get on the 600 coastliner for Bognor Regis and this will take you to the High street stop Directly outside the Lloyds Bank on 33-37 High Street. Then you will need to get off and wait for the 600 coastliner Chichester which will take you the Hammonds roundabout and then simply walk to the surgery at 225 Hawthorn Road (5 minute walk).

Walking from the university to to the high street bus stop which is found directly outside the Lloyds bank branch 33-37 High street  (13 minute walk) and then take the coastliner 300 and get off at the Hammonds roundabout stop which is the 5th stop, then walk about 5 minutes to the surgery at 225 Hawthorn Road.

If you wish to take another bus route check out the best ways to to get the surgery here


Your Health

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We also recognize some of the areas of healthcare young people will want to know about and below we provide some detailed information on some of these areas of healthcare:

Mental Health Support - our GP's can provide you with all the help and support you need here at the surgery but if you would like to know more about how to manage  health issues and further guidance on this please visit the following websites:


We also provide in depth contraceptive information and advice to all of our patients and can give out free contraception during an appointment - however you can also find further information here:



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Don't have the time to call into the surgery to make an appointment or medication request? Do it online with our Online Services!

Patients can book appointments online, request medication and view their past medical history all in one place, to find out how you can do this just visit the online services section on our website

The NHS have also created a brand new app for all patients that gives you access to the Online Services as well as other features like the symptom checker and much more.