The Undergraduate Office is located at the far end of the Education Centre on D Level near the Student Room. The staff in the Undergraduate Office are available 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday or you can email us on email@example.com to report absences and make general enquiries.
Medical Undergraduate Manager
t: 01709 424122; e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kay is responsible for all Medical Students on attachment at the Trust including the F1 Student Assistantship programme. She has been working in the Undergraduate Office since 1996 and has much experience in the delivery of the Sheffield curriculum. She is available in the Undergraduate Office Monday – Friday.
Medical Undergraduate Co-ordinator
t: 01709 427186; e: email@example.com
Sarah co-ordinates the Phase 3A, 3B & Phase 4 SSC medical student attachments and Physician Associate Student attachments. She is available in the Undergraduate Office Monday – Friday.
Medical Undergraduate Administrator
t: 01709 424633 e: Sarah.Scott46@nhs.net
Sarah provides general administration services and support for the Undergraduate Department. She is available in the Undergraduate Office Monday – Friday.
If there are any issues regarding the clinical attachment please contact us by visiting the office, telephoning (01709 424122/7186/4633) or emailing us using firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also inform the Undergraduate Office at the earliest opportunity if for any reason you are unable to attend (e.g. due to sickness or an academic commitment in Sheffield): email@example.com
If Kay, Sarah or Sarah are not available then there are other members of the Education Team in the Education Centre on D Level who may be able to help out or direct you to another member of staff who can help. See our Who's Who page and contact details for all general departmental enquiries.
Our Induction pages contain lots of useful information about student and hospital facilities, registration, parking, our dress code, our bleeps and more. We have dedicated pages for different Phases of undergraduate training and for our Planned Integrated Experiences. Please also visit our Undergraduate homepage where you will find more information about what we do and how we can help.
Scroll down for further sources of support from Sheffield University and The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
The RMBF is the UK charity for doctors, medical students and their families. We provide financial support, money advice and information when it is most needed due to age, ill health, disability and bereavement.
Further help and guidance is available at the Medical School from the Student Affairs and Support Team; please click on link below for more information: