The latest coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance in Scotland can be found on NHS inform. Lower down on the page, you can find all the information translated into 11 other languages, BSL, Easy Read and Audio.
It is very important that you are registered with a GP near to where you are living in Glasgow as there is no health clinic at the University. Please see how to do that at the bottom of the page.
There are other services available through the NHS that may be more approporiate than contacting your GP directly. Please see the guide to services below.
To enable you to keep up your supply of free condoms without having to venture over your door please go to www.freecondoms.scot to order your condom choice to be posted to you.
Just as if you were picking up in person, you can order a 12 pack of condoms at a time and lubricant is also available.
If you would like information on local sexual health clinics and services then visit the Advice Centre or contact a Student Adviser. You can also check for the information you are looking for in the waiting area resource room where there are lots of leaflets about all aspects of sexual health.
Contact a Student Adviser.
The main sexual health centre for Glasgow city is the Sandyford Initiative.
It is very important that you are registered with a GP near to where you are living in Glasgow as there is no health clinic at the University.
If you are living in Caledonian Court or in the post code areas G1, G2 ,G3, G4, G11, G12, G21, G22 ,& G23 and are studying at GCU then you can register with the GP practice of Dr Rasul and Partners who are located at 891 Garscube Road,G20 7ER.
If you don't live in Caledonian Court or those postcodes then you can find out where your nearest GP surgery is on the NHS Inform by entering your postcode in the Service Directory. You can also use this to find local dentists, pharmacies and other clinics.
For more information on student health view the Student Health pages on the GCU student website.