If you are in a life-threatening situation, call 999.

You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it’s not a life-threatening situation.

College Nurse

Kinneret Milgrom ( is available 12:15-2:45 Tuesday-Friday in Chapel Quad for support with issues of personal health and welfare. You can drop in or book ahead.

College Counsellor

Juliet Bulman ( is available from 10-6 on Tuesdays for one-on-one counselling sessions. To book a session, email her directly.

College Doctors

All Lincoln Students are required to register with our College Doctors at King Edward Street Medical Practice (01865 242657). If you need to visit another GP in the holidays, please be seen as a temporary resident to keep your registration at Oxford.

Out of Hours Medical Help

If you need non-emergency medical attention during the evenings or weekends, call 111, the NHS non-emergency advice line.

If you need medical attention outside of the College Nurse Clinics, please call King Edward Street Medical Practice (01865 242657).


If you need urgent medical assistance, call 999 for an ambulance. The nearest hospital is the John Radcliffe. If you need to be seen in Accident & Emergency but could realistically take a taxi, please do so and leave the ambulance for someone who really need it.

Always inform the Lodge of any medical emergencies or if an ambulance has been called.

Overseas Students

If you are studying at Lincoln for 6 months or longer, you will be covered by the NHS but you will need to register with King Edward Street Medical Practice.

Lincoln Lodge

The Lodge Staff will always assist you if you require guidance or help.

Tel: 01865 279800


The nearest pharmacy is Boots, on Cornmarket Street

The NHS prescription charge (in England) is currently £8.80 for each prescribed item. The exception is the contraceptive pill and the morning after pill.


NHS Dental Care – Studental – based at Oxford Brookes University or 01865 689997


  • Boots Optician, Cornmarket Street (Upstairs)
  • Specsavers Optician, Queen Street

Sexual Health Clinics and Advice

Free and discreet chlamydia screening is available for 16-24 year old with a postal self-test kit. See

Travel Health Advice

Some travel vaccinations are available at King Edward Street Medical Practice but some may incur a charge. Boots also provide a travel vaccination service. Always allow plenty of time, ideally 6 weeks before travel to be vaccinated.



  • Shuropody, New Inn Hall Street 01865 725957