In common with most websites, the Robens web site makes use of cookies, which are small text files stored on your computer. We use the information stored in these files primarily to help us understand how people use our sites and to enable us to make improvements. We do not use cookies to store personal information, nor do we use them to identify individuals.

Cookies we use - Usage tracking

We use Google Analytics across all of our web pages to help us analyse how our sites are being used. Google Analytics provides information such as how many users have visited a certain page, how long they stayed on the page, whether they were first-time or repeat visitors, what type of browsers are used and much more besides. None of this information enables us to identify individuals, and no sensitive information is stored.


Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in the Robens Centre's web pages and in the associated links. The Robens Centre, an Enterprise of the University of Surrey reserves the right to make changes to the information given.

Medical information where provided on this web site is given based on an "Advice only" basis, it should not be construed as fact and it is your responsibility to seek advice from a medically competent person. 

The Robens is a Private Clinic registered with the CQC and it is unable to provide free vaccinations or services that may be available at no charge from the NHS.