Welcome to University of Reading's Health Services Page! Whether you're situated at Whiteknights House, our Student Wellbeing Services is your trusted hub for a wide range of healthcare services. Designed to enhance your student experience, we offer an array of services aimed at promoting your well-being and ensuring you get the most out of your time at Reading. Our dedicated team of professionals at the Student Wellbeing Services is always available to provide confidential advice and support whenever you require assistance. Your health and welfare are a top priority for us, and we're here to support you throughout your journey at University of Reading.

Your sexual well-being is of utmost importance! At Reading, we place a strong emphasis on prioritizing your sexual health.

  • Much like other universities in the United Kingdom, University of Reading provides a range of sexual health services and resources for its students. You can access the local sexual health services that are carefully designed to offer information, support, and care concerning sexual health and overall well-being.

Empower yourself by taking control of your sexual health, and experience the peace of mind that comes with it.

Click here for registration information with the NHS.

Maintaining good mental health is an essential cornerstone of achieving academic success.

University of Reading recognizes the significance of mental well-being and has established the Mental Health Service that includes counselling as well as 24/7 online support to serve as a vital link between bolstering your overall health and wellness and the point at which access to National Health Service (NHS) resources becomes necessary. You may contact them through call +44(0)300 365 2000.

Empower yourself to proactively manage your mental health and savor the tranquility it brings.

Looking to stay active and energized?

University of Reading offers numerous sport facilities known as SportsPark.

SportPark, located on the edge of Whiteknights campus, offers diverse facilities. VO2 Gym provides a top-notch workout experience with high-quality equipment. The sports hall accommodates badminton, volleyball, basketball, and cricket. Four squash courts are available. Two air-conditioned studios host various classes. Playing fields include football, rugby, hockey, lacrosse, and American football pitches. SoccerPark has floodlit 5-a-side pitches, and the Synthetic Turf Pitch suits hockey and football. TennisPark features 3 indoor and 5 outdoor courts, all fully lit.

Visit University of Reading Sports and Wellness page for detailed information

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Good nutrition is essential for a healthy lifestyle.

At University of Reading, an array of dining options is available to cater to your specific dietary requirements. Whether you're seeking nutritious meal plans, vegetarian selections, or vegan alternatives, the on-campus dining facilities are committed to promoting health-conscious and well-balanced eating choices. The campus cafeterias prioritize healthy and balanced eating.

How to register at University Health Centre!

Click here for registration information and the student health website.

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The University Dental Centre located at the University of Reading, Northcourt Avenue (behind the University Medical Practice) , UK provides local health services including Dentist appointments and checkups. This facility offers NHS dental care specifically tailored for students and staff at University of Reading.

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Is there a Health Centre on campus?

Yes, there is a dedicated Health Centre on the 9 Northcourt Ave, Reading RG2 7HE, United Kingdom. It provides comprehensive healthcare services to students, including general medical care. Click here to register and appointments.

What are the operating hours of the University Health Centre?

The Health Centre is open Monday to Friday 08:00 am to 6:30 pm, It's advisable to check their website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information regarding their operating hours. In case of an emergency, you should dial the emergency services number (999 in the UK) for immediate medical assistance.

Are there any additional support services for students with disabilities?

University of Reading's Disability support has a dedicated Accessibility Team that provides support services for students with disabilities. The specialist advisers offer information, advice and support to the current and prospective students. Contact the Accessibility Team for further information or to discuss your specific needs. To ensure a smooth transition to university you can reach through email at: disability@reading.ac.uk or call +44(0)118 378 4202 (between 10:00 and 16:00).