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Medical School Occupational Health Service
Ground Floor, Room GF7103 (situated in the Tutorial Room corridor)
Royal Free Medical School,
Rowland Hill Street,
Hampstead, London NW3 2PF

For all appointment requests and enquiries please email: studentappointmentoh@ucl.ac.uk

Telephone: 0207 830 2447

MSOH Clinic is open:
Mon - Fri, 9am - 4:30pm
(closed lunch time between 1-2pm)

(MSOH closes during UCL Closure days and Bank Holidays)

UCL Medical Student Occupational and Travel Health Centre, Royal Free Campus

Please note MSOH has now moved location to the UCL Royal Free Campus

For all enquiries please email: studentappointmentoh@ucl.ac.uk


Notice:  Unfortunately, due to a general shortage, we are unable to provide Yellow Fever Vaccine, until further notice.


Year One UCL Medical Student Health Interview information

All Year 1 medical students and Oxbridge transfer medical students will be offered an appointment in due course with UCL Medical Student Occupational Health (MSOH) to complete a short health interview with an occupational health nurse advisor when starting at UCL Medical School. The health interview consists of checking that all the required immunisations have been completed and/or serological tests as well as providing an opportunity for a medical student to be aware of the services and support provided by UCL MSOH and for the occupational health nurse advisor to identify any health issues for which UCL MSOH can provide support and guidance. When all required immunisations and blood tests have been completed a “Fit for course including EPP” form will be completed and provided to the student and to UCL medical school administration.

Year 1 medical students will be seen as soon as possible during their first term of attendance.
Oxbridge transfer medical students will be seen in June.

On attendance at UCL MSOH for the health interview, all UCL medical students should bring UCL photo I.D. and records of all the required immunisations and blood test results not already provided with the Health questionnaire.