Find all the latest information on the medical and health services available during your time at Warwick below.
Registering with a local medical practice
It is important to register with a local medical practice so that you can access healthcare easily whilst you’re at Warwick.
If you are living on campus, within the catchment area, or in Kenilworth or Leamington, you’ll be able to register with our campus based National Health Service (NHS) Health CentreLink opens in a new window.
New students can register with the Health Centre via the Enrolment Dashboard.
University of Warwick Health Centre
The University's Health Centre is located on central campus, on Health Centre Road.
The Health Centre serves students who live on campus or within the catchment area.
Before starting University, it’s important to make sure you are up to date on vaccinations. Please consult your doctor to ensure you’ve had the vaccines below, and if you haven’t, try to arrange to have them before arriving at Warwick.
If you are unable to receive any of these vaccinations before you arrive, register with a medical practice as soon as possible on arrival and seek advice about accessing vaccinations.
New students under the age of 25 are at an increased risk of meningitis, due to moving to a new place where you’re mixing and in close contact with other people. It is therefore really important to make sure you’ve had the MenACWYLink opens in a new window vaccination as it protects against serious infections like meningitis and septicaemia.
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
Measles, mumps and rubella are highly infectious conditions can easily spread between unvaccinated people.
Check if you have had 2 doses of the MMR vaccineLink opens in a new window to protect yourself.
The Covid-19 vaccination is an important part of protecting yourself if you're at increased risk from severe Covid-19.
Please make yourself aware of your local First Aiders in case you ever need their help.
Posters should be displayed locally and your local induction should outline how to access First Aid when on site.
You should be vaccinated for tuberculosis (TB) before you enter the UK.
If you are applying for a Student visa, you might also need to be tested for tuberculosis.
It’s recommended to speak to your doctor about any other vaccinations you might need to come to the UK, and to check with your local embassy to find out if you are legally required to get any vaccines before coming to the UK.