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Welcome to all new students

If you missed registering with us during Welcome Week

in Palmer Building,

please call into the surgery and our friendly

Practice staff will be able to help you or you can download the forms from the ‘register with us’ link.

The University of Reading Medical Practice has a long history of providing quality healthcare to students. 

We understand the challenges that students can face at all stages of their university career and impact that health issues can have. We have experience in helping you cope with any health issues that may arise during your time at university. 

Our strong links to the university help facilitate quality integrated care to help you get the most out of your time in Reading.

Student Services

Medical Confirmation Form (Extenuating Circumstance)

If you need to provide medical evidence you should complete a Medical Confirmation Form (Extenuating Circumstances); you can download the form from here. Simply complete part A of the form and take to Reception at the University Medical Practice. Please pay £10 for this service when handing the form in to the Medical Practice. Only cash or cheques are accepted.

You will be given a receipt and asked to collect the form in five working days. You are then able to submit the form to the University, please note that we are unable to submit the form on your behalf.


For more information click here Scabies Information

Counselling and Wellbeing

If you are having a tough time for any reason, don't keep it to yourself:

The Reading University Counselling and Wellbeing Service can help.

The Counselling and Wellbeing team run talks on issues such as coping with stress, finding motivation and gaining confidence.

The team also offers short-term counselling which is completley confidential. And, at your request and with your permission, our experts can work closely with colleagues across the university to provide coordinated support specifically for you. For more information, visit the Student Wellbeing website.

Talking Therapies in Berkshire  

Problems such as anxiety, depression, stress and phobias are very common. Talking Therapies is a friendly and approacable service that helps people with these problems.

We are here to help adults aged 18 living in Berkshire and we have a team of advisors and therapists who can help you to overcome life's difficulties and problems and manage them better.

You can refer yourself to Talking Therapies now, or ask your GP of healthcare Professional to refer you.

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