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New Patient Registration

You can be registered at King's College NHS Health Centre if:

  • You are a current student of the University
  • You are employed by the University

You must bring your student/staff member ID card with you for registration. Once you have completed the registration form you can book appointments with the doctor or nurse straight away. You do not have to wait for your new NHS card to book appointment.

Catchment Area

If you are not in our catchment area please visit the Out of Area Registration page. 

List of boroughs

  • Camden
  • Corporation of London (City)
  • Greenwhich
  • Hackney
  • Hammersmith & Fulham
  • Islington
  • Kensington & Chelsea
  • Lambeth
  • Lewisham
  • Newham
  • Southwark
  • Tower Hamlets
  • Wandswoth
  • Westminster

After Registration 

If you have any chronic medical condition e.g. diabetes, asthma, etc - make an appointment with a nurse.

If you need repeat medication - make an appointment with a doctor (contraception repeats with nurse).

When you come to your appointment - please bring any information about your medical history such as clinic letters, names of medicines and dosages as well as your vaccination records.

Don't Forget 

If you move you must let the Health Centre know your new details. This enables us to keep you on our list. If you move and we don’t know your new address the CCG will take you off our list.

You can email (kingscollegehc@nhs.net) us your new details, change them using SystmOnline or call us on 020 7848 2613.

Attached files

Smear Disclaimer - Complete this form if you have had a recent smear test/pap test abroad or feel you do not require one. Find out more on weblink NHS Screening..

Meningitis

Protect yourself against meningitis; it’s important that new University entrants have MenACWY vaccination to protect against meningococcal disease.

For more information please view this page.

GP online services - Information on NHS online services

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