Sarah Dragonetti


Department: Non-Academic Staff

Mrs Sarah Dragonetti is the St Hugh’s College Nurse

“I am available to help you manage health problems and illness, and will be able to refer you elsewhere when necessary. I can give advice on injuries and do dressings/remove stitches and care for wounds. I can also give you advice on contraception and the emergency pill, and am very happy to give support and advice for emotional and psychological problems or just drop in to my surgery in MGA for a chat!  And please note that all consultations are absolutely confidential.”

The Nurse is in College every weekday during term; Sarah’s Surgery is on the first floor of the Mary Gray Allen Building (MGA), but room visits can be arranged if stairs are a problem.


 Nurse    0th – 9th WeekDoctor 1st – 8th Week
Monday8.30 – 11.30am8.30 – 10.15am, by appointment on the day
Tuesday11.30am – 1pm, by appointment

1 – 3pm, drop in

Wednesday11.30am – 1pm, by appointment

1 – 3pm, drop in

Thursday11.30am – 1pm, by appointment

1 – 3pm, drop in

Friday9am – Noon, drop in


Once you are registered with the College Doctors, you may sign up on a Monday morning for an appointment, or email the Nurse in advance. Should you need to see a doctor at another time, ring the Summertown Health Centre, or email the Nurse for advice.Dr Penny Moore & Dr David McCartney

Summertown Health Centre

160 Banbury Road

Oxford    OX2 7BS

01865 515 552



If you need non-emergency medical attention during the evenings or at a weekend, ring the non-emergency helpline 111. You may be given an appointment at the East Oxford Health Centre at Manzil Way (on the Cowley Road).


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