Comprehensive and accessible healthcare facilities are available to all students on campus.
Our first priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff. Please do not come into the practice if:
Instead, get in touch by phone and our receptionist can advise you. If you have any of these symptoms you should be tested for COVID-19 infection. Find your nearest testing clinic.
Telephone and telehealth consultations are available. Some will be bulk-billed as per Medicare guidelines, others will be charged a fee of $40 which is not claimable. Please check with our receptionist when booking your appointment.
We also have limited face-to face-consultations, which can be booked online. All patients attending the University Health Service are required to provide and wear a face mask until further notice.
Unfortunately, we can only accept new patients that are current students or staff of the University.
Pfizer appointments now available
Find out how to book your Pfizer appointment at the University Health Services.
Our University Health Service is located on level 3 of the Wentworth Building on the Darlington Campus.
Here we offer experienced general practitioner and emergency medical care services, including:
The surgery is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm during the teaching year.
The University Health Services has Pfizer appointments available for staff, students, and their spouses and dependants, aged 12 to 59. Appointments are only available to Medicare card holders. Make a booking online. International students and others without a Medicare Card can be vaccinated for free at NSW Health and Government Vaccination Clinics.
Appointments are available at the University Health Service for the COVID-19 Astra-Zeneca vaccine for Medicare card holders only. Please note that the second dose can be 8 weeks from first dose, and in some cases earlier. To book an Astra-Zeneca vaccine, please call the Health Service on (02) 9351 3484 to book an appointment or to check your eligibility.
International students, or anyone who does not have a Medicare number, are unable to access Covid-19 vaccinations through general practices and need to have them at Government or NSW Health Vaccination Centres. Vaccination is free and there is no need for international students to use their OSHC. Visit the eligiblity checker to find an appointment at a Vaccination Centre.
Vaccines are also available from some GPs, walk-in clinics and pharmacies - visit the NSW Health website for locations.
HPV vaccinations are now available. You may book an appointment online or call the practice to make an appointment.
If you have commenced HPV vaccinations, you have 12 months from the date of the first vaccination to complete all three vaccinations.
In a medical emergency dial 000 and ask for an ambulance. Be ready to give the location of the person(s) needing assistance.
If you need urgent medical attention, attend the emergency department of the nearest public hospital. The closest public hospital to the Camperdown/Darlington campus is the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital.
If you need general practice care after hours, please attend General Practice Casualty at the Balmain Hospital. For after-hours home visits, call Sydney Medical Service on 8724 6300.
If you're located on a different campus or you'd prefer to see a GP off campus, you can use Healthdirect website to find a GP near you.
Find out more about the different types of healthcare available and how you can access them on the Healthdirect website. You can also learn more about Overseas Student Health Cover and how this works.
The following services are available on our Camperdown and Darlington campuses:
8.30am - 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (except on public holidays).
Last appointment 4pm.