The UCO Clinic delivers around 35,000 appointments in a typical year and offers a learning environment for our students and affordable healthcare for the community.

As a teaching clinic appointments are delivered by senior students of the UCO, under the expert supervision of qualified tutors, and our treatment is informed by the latest clinical research. The clinic offers our students the opportunity to develop their practical skills and patient care in a busy real-life setting, providing an excellent grounding for professional practice, and also allows us to offer treatment to the general public at a heavily subsidised rate.

In addition to the general clinic, which treats a broad variety of patients, we offer a number of specialist clinics, including a paediatrics clinic for younger patients, a sports clinic, the Blanchard clinic for people living with HIV and a musculoskeletal unltrasound clinic. We also work in the wider community, providing specialist clinic to specific patient groups.This provides our students with a fantastic breath of clinical experience as well as the opportunity to explore and develop areas of specialism while studying with us.

We are dedicated to offering high-quality and affordable care for all, and all of our clinical treatment is subsidised, with several of our clinics delivered free of charge to the patient. We are also proud of our caring and personalised service: our patient satisfaction levels reflect this, and the feedback we receive from patients demonstrates the important impact we have on their lives.

If you want to know more about what it's like to be a UCO student working in the UCO Clinic, sign up to one of our open days or contact us to arrange a clinic observation. 

Make an appointment

Our UCO Clinic is self-referral and is open to all patients. To find out more about the services provided by the clinic and to make an appointment, visit the UCO Clinic website.