The Medical Centre is an important part of the comprehensive approach to pastoral care for all pupils and staff at King Edward’s.
The Medical Centre is located in a peaceful corner of the School grounds. It is staffed by qualified nurses twenty-four hours, seven days a week who are available around the clock for emergency call-outs. The staff work closely with Matrons and parents, ensuring pupils take any prescribed medicines, and are a first point of contact if a pupil is unwell. The Medical Centre staff provide:
The Medical Centre is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
|Time||UK Telephone||International Dialling|
|8am to 8pm||01428 686769||+44 (0)1428 686769|
|8pm to 8am||01428 686711||+44 (0)1428 686711|
We have three visiting GPs who, between them, will attend the Medical Centre four times a week. Pupils have a choice of a male (M) or female (F) doctor. Current GPs are: Dr David Triska (M); Dr Miles Scholar (M), Dr Ruth Kent (F).
Their consultation times at the School Medical Centre are:
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Thursday 29 September – 6pm (Sixth Form)
Saturday 1 October – 10am (11+ 2023 entry only)
Thursday 6 October – 10am (13+)
Thursday 26 January – 10am
Thursday 16 March – 10am