Part of making the most of your student life on campus is taking care of your health and wellbeing. As a Deakin College student, you have access to the Deakin University medical centres on all our campuses. These centres provide private and confidential medical services in a caring environment and are staffed by highly trained and experienced doctors and nurses.
Some of the services provided by our medical centres are:
- managing and treating general illness
- mental health treatment, referral and management
- preventative health checks
- vaccinations, including seasonal and travel
- health coaching
- women’s health (including unplanned pregnancy counselling and referral)
- blood, urine and other pathology tests
- specialist referrals.
Domestic student consultations are free (bulk-billed) through Medicare. Extra fees will apply for procedures, vaccinations and equipment hire, such as crutches.
If you are an international student, you need to have International Student Health Cover (OHSC) in order to access free health services in Australia. For more information, visit our OSHC page.
We understand that your privacy is important. Your medical information will always stay confidential. Deakin College and the Deakin University Health Centres manage personal and health information in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 and Victorian Health Records Act 2001.
(03) 9244 5577
Building B, level 2
(03) 5227 1221
Building JB, level 2
(03) 5247 9312
Building D, level 2
Book an appointment
To find out about the locations of our medical centres or to make an appointment, please visit the Deakin University Medical Centre website.