There is no Nurse available on Llandaff Campus. Please use the Cyncoed Campus Nursing Service.
Tel: 029 2041 6175
(Monday – Friday Term time only)
A friendly confidential advisory service to help with health matters and queries is provided on a drop-in basis at the Medical Centre located in Warwick House.
A Cardiff Metropolitan University Nursing Sister is available on Cyncoed Campus:
Monday - Thursday 8.45am - 4.15pm
Friday 8.45am - 3pm
Term Time only
It is important to register with a Doctor (G.P.) as soon as you move into a new area. Information regarding location of General Practices is available online or from the Cyncoed Campus Nurse. Please take your National Health medical card with you when registering.
First Aiders are available on Campus – please familiarise yourselves with the First Aider near your work/course area.
If you have a medical condition which may put you in need of requiring emergency treatment e.g. diabetes, epilepsy, it is essential that a member of staff within your course is informed. It would also be prudent to advise friends, close fellow students and a student warden (in the case of resident students) who may be with you if such an occasion arises. This ensures your own safety and that, correct prompt treatment of any incident is given.
Contraception/sexual health/family planning advice
Details of the Department of Sexual Health (DOSH) clinics are available in the Medical Centre. The clinics provide free, confidential advice on all aspects of sexual health: free pregnancy testing (with immediate results): cervical smears: well-woman checks and emergency contraception. Also see the Sexual Health link on the left of this page.
It is essential to obtain help as soon as possible to maximise your chances of preventing pregnancy. FREE Emergency contraception is available from DOSH clinics, your own G.P and at most local chemists.
Accident and Emergency
Cardiff 's Emergency Unit is based at the University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff. Tel. 029 2074 7747 where you can be seen for Accident and Emergency treatment, although at peak times it can be very busy.
You should have an emergency telephone number for your GP, if 'out of hours' treatment or advice is required.
Information on local dental practices and how to contact an emergency dentist in Cardiff is available in the medical centre, or follow the link on the left.
All prescriptions issued by a G.P. in Wales and dispensed in Wales are free. For help with other Health Costs please use Form HC1W
For further help you can
email@example.com available term-time only
Cardiff Metropolitan University Student Services: 029 2041 6170
University Out of Hours Team: 07827 873 006
Samaritans: 116 123 (Freephone)
CALL: 0800 132 737
NHS Direct Wales: 0845 46 47