Healthcare is provided by your doctor, the NHS urgent care centre at York District Hospital and various chemists, dentists and opticians in York.
Call 999 for emergency services - or for security services on campus call 01904 32 3333 or use the Safezone app.
All students are advised to register with a doctor as soon as possible after arriving in York. The health centre closest to campus is Unity Health.
Unity Health have a page for University of York students that explains how to register, opening times and what services are available.
If you live off campus you may prefer to find a health centre using the NHS search facility.
Once you are registered with a doctor, you should be able to use Patient Access to make and cancel appointments, request repeat prescriptions and view your medical records all online.
This often works much better than trying to make an appointment by telephone.
The urgent care centre does not require registration.
York District Hospital Emergency Department, Wiggington Road.
The emergency department is open 24/7.
Serious injuries or illness that require urgent attention or advice.
The reception staff in the Emergency Department will direct people either to the urgent care centre or the accident and emergency team.
There is a Yor Sexual Health Clinic at the Centre of Immunology and Infection on Campus West.
The clinic offers walk-in appointments on Wednesdays during term time between 12.30pm and 3.00pm.
Find out more about the Yor Sexual Health Clinic.
Your doctor also provides contraception, as well as confidential contraceptive advice.
Don't make an appointment with the doctor for dental problems - you must see a dentist.
You can find local dentists using NHS choices or by calling NHS England on +44 (0)300 311 22 33. Patients need to be registered with a doctor in order to qualify for NHS dental treatment. Note that dental appointments are not free - see the 'Costs' tab.
Find local opticians using NHS Choices.
A map of York pharmacists is available here.
Most NHS services are free if you are studying in the UK for at least six months. See health costs for international students.
To see if you can get help with treatment costs, please contact a Student Welfare Adviser.