Welcome to Winchester
You will need to register with a local GP practice and St Clements Surgery is the longest established GP practice in Winchester. We are located in the centre of the city, behind Marks & Spencer, Sainsburys and Primark. This is an exciting time for us as we are just finalising plans for our new building which will remain in the city centre.
To register with our surgery, please complete a new patient registration form.
You can also register for online services.
About Our Surgery
We are open from 08:00 – 18:30, Monday – Friday.
The surgery employs a number of health professionals as well as GPs and nurses; these include Mental Health/Wellbeing workers, Physiotherapists and pharmacists. We have regular clinics where you can access long term contraception and advice as well as cervical smear tests.
Please be aware that our phone lines are very busy, the quickest and easiest way of contacting us is to complete an eConsult consultation for medical queries or to complete the relevant webform for other queries:
University of Winchester – Links and Information
Request to Study Remotely
Disabled Students Allowance
Disabled Students Allowance form is downloadable at Gov.uk: Help if you’re a student with a learning difficulty, health problem or disability.
The Disability team at Winchester can support students with their application.
Extenuating Circumstances form can be downloaded from University of Winchester: Policies and Procedures.
Medical Evidence Request
The Medical Evidence Request form should be used when you need to provide evidence to the University of an illness or inability to perform.
External Links and Information
Mental Health information and support.
Prevention of young suicide.
Free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service.
1-1 support designed for students, whether it’s mental health, studies, money, housing or relationships.
A safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way.
Calm Harm App
Free NHS approved app that provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm.
iTalk – Your local talking therapy service
Supporting people to improve their mental wellbeing through education, guided self-help tools and evidence based talking therapies. Working alongside GPs to help people to recover from the most common mental health problems like anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD and phobias.
NHS Mental Health App Library
Find apps and online tools to help you manage your health and wellbeing.
Website: NHS: Apps Library – Mental Health
Eating disorder charity. Online or telephone helpline 365 days a year
Other Useful Links
University of Winchester
Southampton University, Winchester School of Art