University Health Services
Our medical team offers a range of services including:
- general medical consultations
- mental health
- men's health
- women's health
- pregnancy advice
- minor surgery
- referrals to specialists and pathology
- sexual health
- skin checks
- sports medicine
- travel advice and vaccinations
- wellness support (quit smoking, weight loss, stress management)
- drug and alcohol-related advice
Counselling and psychology services
Practitioners are available for counselling and clinical psychology consultations. Please ask at reception for further information.
Doctors are available to make home visits in some special circumstances. Please discuss with your doctor.
All routine childhood, occupational and travel immunisations are available. To obtain a copy of your immunisation record, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medicals are available for occupational and licensing needs. Hearing and respiratory function tests are also available.
Reminders and recalls
The University Health Service has a system for follow up and recall of patients with abnormal test and imaging results. For this reason it's important for us to have current contact details. We also offer you the opportunity to be placed on our reminder system for management of routine health issues. Please discuss this with your doctor.
International student health resources
To book your free 15-minute international student health check:
- visit our booking page
- click Book appointment and follow the prompts, selecting International Student Health Check as the reason for your appointment
- click International Student Health Check – Caulfield, and use the arrows to find a day and time.
Alternatively, you can call 9903 1177 and ask for a free health check.
The checks are available at the University Health Services Caulfield campus. The assessment is completely confidential and you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about your health and wellbeing.
The University Health Service offers a comprehensive range of travel information. Travel advice should be sought at least six weeks before departure. A travel questionnaire needs to be completed before a consultation with a doctor to ensure appropriate vaccinations and optimal advice are given.
More information on travel and health
Appointments with a GP
Make an appointment at one of our campus medical clinics at Caulfield, Clayton or Peninsula.