During the COVID-19 pandemic had to reduced access to the building and we are happy to report an ease to these restrictions.
We will open the building daily from
9.00am to 12.30pm
1.30pm to 5.30pm
The building will be closed 12.30 to 1.30pm
Our phone cover will operate as normal between 8.30am to 6pm (emergency calls only 11am - 1.30pm).
Welcome to The University Health Centre at Queen's.
The University Health Centre at Queen's is a General Practice situated in South Belfast. We are a GP Practice opened for registrations to anyone residing within the local area.
This includes families, individuals as well as students in the South Belfast.
Parking is available on sight, and in the surrounding University area. We are also well connected to public transport networks.
Our dedicated team of GP's and nurses have extensive experience with special interests in sports medicine, mental health, sexual health including family planning, dermatology, travel and health promotion. We are a friendly team. Our aim is to provide a high quality health care for all our patients.
This surgery website is used to provide all our patients with up-to-date news and information about our practice. We will keep it up-to-date with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
Bank Holiday Closure
We are closed for our Christmas & New Year's holidays - Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th December 2021 & Monday 3rd January 2021, in the case of an emergency please contact the OUT OF HOURS SERVICE on 02890796620.
Following feedback we are changing how we manage our appointments system. We will be operating a two week rolling release of routine appointments with our doctors. (During the Covid 19 Pandemic all patient calls will be triaged. If a doctor feels a face-to-face consultation is necessary this will be arranged by the doctor. A larger proportion of the calls will be dealt with by telephone consultation)
In addition we have phone access to a Duty Doctor for urgent on the day medical queries from 8.30am to 11am.
We also have a Doctor who will deal with medical emergencies both morning and afternoon.
Please note that our reception closes from 12.30 to 1.30 each day.
We provide Travel advice appointments throughout the year.
To make an appointment phone 028 90664634.
Covid-19 & Influenza Vaccination Information and updates
Our next clinic is being held on Saturday 8th January 2022 - please call to book an appointment, as this is by appointment only.
We are now offering our patients their covid-19 booster & Influenza vaccinations in practice.
Please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment.
For your COVID BOOSTER you should be 3 months from receipt of your second dose and not have received a third primary vaccination for your hospital consultant.
For further details please see below:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) booster vaccine
A coronavirus (COVID-19) booster vaccine dose helps improve the protection you have from your first 2 doses of the vaccine.
It helps give you longer-term protection against getting seriously ill from COVID-19.
Who can get a COVID-19 booster vaccine
Booster vaccine doses will be available on the NHS for people most at risk from COVID-19 who have had a 2nd dose of a vaccine at least 6 months ago.
- people aged 50 and over
- people who live and work in care homes
- frontline health and social care workers
- people aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts them at high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19
- people aged 16 and over who are a main carer for someone at high risk from COVID-19
- people aged 16 and over who live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)
People who are pregnant and in 1 of the eligible groups can also get a booster dose.
Health conditions that put you at high risk from COVID-19
How and when to get your COVID-19 booster vaccine
If you're eligible, you'll be offered a booster dose at least 6 months after you had your 2nd dose.
Most people can:
- book a vaccination appointment online for an appointment at a vaccination centre or pharmacy
- go to a walk-in vaccination site to get vaccinated without needing an appointment
- wait to be contacted by a local NHS service such as a GP surgery and book an appointment with them
People who work for an NHS trust or a care home will usually get their booster dose through their employer.
Book your vaccination appointment online
You can book your COVID-19 booster dose online if it's been 5 months (152 days) since you had your 2nd dose and you are:
- aged 50 and over
- aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19
You'll be offered appointment dates from 6 months after the date of your 2nd dose.
Frontline health and social care workers can book an appointment online if it's been at least 6 months (182 days) since their 2nd dose.
Find a walk-in vaccination site
You can get your booster dose at a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site if you had your 2nd dose at least 6 months ago and you are:
- aged 50 and over
- aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19 – you’ll need to bring your letter inviting you to get your booster dose or a letter from your doctor about your health condition
- a frontline health or social care worker – you’ll need to bring proof of your employment such as your workplace photo ID, a letter or a payslip from your employer within the last 3 months
If you do not get a letter but you have a health condition and you think you’re eligible, contact your GP surgery.
Which COVID-19 vaccine will I get?
Most people will be offered a booster dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine or Moderna vaccine.
This means your booster dose may be different from the vaccines you had for your 1st and 2nd doses.
Some people may be offered a booster dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine if they cannot have the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.
COVID-19 booster vaccine and flu vaccine
Most people who can get a COVID-19 booster vaccine are also eligible for the annual flu vaccine.
If you are offered both vaccines, it's safe to have them at the same time.
Find out more about the flu vaccine
Vaccination in other parts of the UK
Vaccination is the most important thing you can do to protect your community against serious illnesses. When enough people get vaccinated, it’s harder for a disease to spread to those who can’t have vaccines.
We know many people are interested in the COVID-19 vaccination and want to assure you that we are working through a priority list set by the Department of Health.
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(Site updated 24/12/2021)