Medical Appointments and Documents

This page contains information about how Green Templeton students can access and book medical appointments during their time in Oxford. During the extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, usual medical appointments are not always possible. Please refer to the coronavirus guidance page for the latest information.

College Doctor

Green Templeton’s doctor (General Practitioner or GP, similar to a family doctor) is Dr Jenny Sanderson. Dr Sanderson is part of a large medical practice located at 19 Beaumont Street, a short walk from the college site.

19 Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2NA
01865 240501

The surgery’s usual opening hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 18:30.

All students are strongly advised to register with a medical practice in Oxford (preferably 19 Beaumont Street) immediately on arrival.

New students will be sent registration forms with their induction information in July or August; once in Oxford, these can also be obtained from the College Nurse or at the surgery.

College Nurse

Rachel SlaterThe College Nurse is Rachel Slater. She is based in Darbishire 16 at Somerville College.  Rachel is available via email, in a welfare advisory role only over the summer vacation:

Should you require rapid medical advice, contact your GP surgery or phone 111. In a medical emergency phone for an ambulance on 999.

Dental Care

Studental is an NHS dental practice based at the Oxford Brookes campus in Headington. They will see any Oxford University students. Telephone: 01865 484608.

Another dental practice used by students is Bupa Dental Care Oxford, 22 Beaumont Street. Telephone no 01865 243702.

Please note that NHS dental care is subsidised but not free – patients pay part of the cost of treatment.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic most dental practices are only offering appointments for emergency dental care.

Sexual and Mental Health

In addition to the medical services listed above, the following services are available regarding sexual health, pregnancy, drug abuse, eating disorders, and violence.


All students are strongly encouraged to take up the offer of a COVID-19 vaccination when
eligible, ideally before arriving in Oxford at the start of the autumn (Michaelmas) term.

All adults in the UK currently have access to a vaccine though the National Health Service. If
students arrive in Oxford having had the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine elsewhere in the UK,
they are encouraged to bring their vaccination card with them, or to have a record of their NHS
number, and arrange to have the second dose of the vaccine in Oxford.

International students are eligible to access the COVID-19 vaccine for free, regardless of their
nationality or immigration status. Students are advised to register with their college GP and to
obtain an NHS number. Further information about COVID-19 vaccination for international students.

Read full details about immunisations