Campus Medical Care
Is There a Medical Clinic on Campus ?
Yes. Qatar Foundation (QF) Primary Health Care Center, located in the Student Center, is the primary healthcare center for GU-Q students. Staffed by family physicians, specialists, nurses, and dentists, the clinic provides routine curative health services and basic dental care to all HBKU students, including GU-Q students, free of charge. No appointment is required to see a physician. However, you would need to make appointment to see a dentist.
Where Is the Nearest Kulud Pharmacy?
Kulud Pharmacy, located in the Student Center, provides medications for a fee.
When Is the Clinic and Pharmacy Open?
For QF Primary Health Center and Student Center Pharmacy open hours call 4454-1244.
What Are the Phone Numbers ?
QF Primary Health Care Center : 4454-1244 & 4454-1240
QF Dental Clinic: 4454-1244 & 4454-1240
Kulud Pharmacy in Student Center: 4037-8029 & 5560-6956
Do I Need to Pay for Getting Prescribed Medication from Kulud Pharmacy?
If you choose to receive a prescription from Kulud Pharmacy and have health insurance arranged by GUQ, you will have access to the direct billing. This entitles GU-Q students who are enrolled in the insurance plan to receive their prescribed medication according to the policy for free. At the time of purchasing your prescribed medication, you simply need to show your insurance card and complete a direct billing claim form with the pharmacy. The pharmacy will then submit the claim for you. If you are not enrolled in the health insurance arranged by GUQ you must pay for the prescription medication. All students are required to pay for medication and other supplies that are not prescribed or not included in the insurance policy.