We are open 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
Waterloo Place, Oxford Road and The Mill, Sackville Street. See our Contact Us page for more details.
Students & Staff from: The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences; The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work; The Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute and The M.I.B please contact THE MILL.
All other Students & Staff please contact WATERLOO PLACE.
For Waterloo Place: Cark Park B (Booth Street East) & Car Park D (Booth Street West/ Aquatics Centre).
For The Mill: Car Park A (Charles Street).
See The Interactive Map (select Car Parks).
Please contact us to arrange this.
For a return to work appointment you must be referred to us by your school or department so please contact them.
You should see your GP, unless it is a requirement for your work or studies.
No, sorry we are not able to help as we are not a primary care service. See our NHS Services page for guidance.
See our NHS Services page.
See our NHS Services page.
We are bound by strict rules regarding confidentiality and clinical information will only be shared with your informed consent. For more information see The University's Data Protection website.
We can offer a vision screening to assess whether you need corrective lenses for your work or study.
Contact The Mill.
We provide travel vaccinations and advice for staff and students that are travelling as part of their work or studies.
It varies on the course and the reason for travel. Please discuss this with an Occupational Health Nurse and they will advise accordingly.
For information on the vaccines required for your course then please contact your school. For more specific guidance please contact us.
Your school will inform you as to when your appointment is.
Yes. Where necessary for health surveillance required under legislation or screening due to course requirements.
No, you will need to speak to your GP.
We would prefer that you try to keep your appointment, if this is not possible then contact us to rearrange your appointment, giving us as much notice as possible.
Yes, we supply copies of documents from your records, the information can only be given to you.
See our NHS Services page
You can pick one up from the Students’ Union, a Jobcentre Plus or NHS hospital. You may also be able to get an HC1 from your doctor, dentist or optician. You can also get an HC1 form by contacting the Health Cost advice line on 0845 850 1166.
Please see our needlestick/sharps injury protocol.
To obtain urgent advice:
9am-4pm MON to FRI: Contact Us
Out of Hours and Bank Holidays: Contact the A&E departmant of your nearest hospital. At the earliest opportunity, report the incident to us.
Call us immediately to provide us with more details.
We don't provide treatment or diagnose so in most situations you are best going to your GP or a NHS walk-in centre (see our NHS Services page) who will be able to assist in an emergency. If you need to speak to us urgently, please call us.