University Health Service

The University Health Service offers experienced general practitioner and emergency medical care services to all members of the University community: current students (undergraduate and postgraduate), staff and their families and employees of other organisations working on campus.

Services provided at the University Health Service include

  • Treatment of illness, injury, & other physical problems
  • Assistance with emotional & personal difficulties
  • Women’s Health: gynaecological & breast examinations, pap smears (& optional enrolment in reminder programs), pregnancy, ante-natal care, advice on terminations
  • Advice on contraception & sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS
  • Routine medical examinations & health checks (cholesterol, blood pressure, etc.)
  • Sports Medicine: treatment of injuries, referral to physiotherapy & specialists
  • Referral for pathology testing, including blood tests
  • Travel Medicine: advice & immunisation, including Yellow Fever
  • Advice & immunisation for students undertaking courses of study associated with health risks
  • Advice & assistance for students with examination difficulties, including referral to Disability Services
  • Special arrangements for students with disabilities
  • Referral to specialists & X-ray services
  • Recreational & Occupational Diving Medicals

Opening hours

The Clinic is open from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8.30 am and 5.30pm, except on public holidays. The last appointment of the day is at 4.45pm.

If you wish to make an appointment please book online.

No services are offered during the University's Christmas and New Year break.

Notice

It is with deep sadness that we wish to inform patients an colleagues that Dr Elizabeth Ting, General Practitioner at the University Health Service for the last seven years, passed away peacefully at St Vincent's Hospital after a short illness.
Elizabeth qualified in medicine at the University of Adelaide in 1990, and became a specialist general practitioner in 1998 when she was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Most of Elizabeth's career was spent in university health, having worked at UNSW Health Service before transferring to the University of Sydney. She enjoyed the challenges that working with young adults presented and was caring and compassionate with all her patients. She will be greatly missed by her family, patients and colleagues.

A/Professor Ian Marshall
Director
University Health Service





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