The University Health Centre at Queen's University Belfast is an independent National Health general medical practice located next to the Student Guidance Centre. You can access specific directions here. The practice provides both student-focused and general National Health services.
Registrations at the University Health Centre at Queens are accepted from the following catchment areas:
Information on how to register with the practice for GP services depends on a number of factors including; citizenship, immigration status (if relevant); including how long you will be spending in Belfast.
Please note: If you are a student that normally resides outside the UK and Ireland you can register with the University GP practice if you are in going to be living in Belfast for three months or more. If are a student from outside the UK and Ireland and you will be living in Belfast for less than three months, you may wish to consider applying for private health insurance.
The following online form can be used by all students hoping to register.
Please Note all students hoping to register with the practice will be required to upload additional documentation to support their registration. This includes:
Proof of a Belfast address - This can be provided by Student Records following enrolment with the University Email firstname.lastname@example.org for support. If you are living in Private Accommodation, you should also attach proof of your tenancy agreement.
Additional Evidence. Students will ALSO require scanned copies of:
UK / NI / ROI & EU and ROI - passport
Outside EU - BRP & Passport
The video below, from Dr. Cunningham, sets out guidance on how you can register with the University Health Centre.
Further information on registration requirements, including relevant forms and evidence can be found here.