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:
If you need to speak to someone who is not connected to King Edward’s we have independent professional counsellors who visit the School regularly. You may make an appointment by contacting The Deputy Head’s Office E: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 1428 686731 or the Medical Centre on E: email@example.com or telephone: +44 1428 686769.
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