Medical Centre campus information

Deakin Medical Centres are currently offering telehealth consultations in the first instance. Please do not present at a Deakin Medical Centre, instead please book an appointment online or via phone.

Burwood


Deakin Medical Centre is located in Building LC on Level 1. When driving enter via Gate 3, Elgar Road.

Open Monday–Friday 8.45am–5pm

Call 9244 5577 or use our online appointment system to create a booking

Our services

  • Management and treatment for general illness.
  • Pathology collection, including urinary tests.
  • Vaccinations – course-related, travel and seasonal flu vaccination programs.
  • Cervical screening, breast checks, pregnancy advice and unplanned pregnancy counselling and referral.
  • Men's preventative health checks including blood pressure monitoring.
  • Mental health treatment, referral and management.
  • Physiotherapy and remedial massage appointments (discounted for students).
  • Sexual health.
  • Contraception advice including Implanon insertion and removal.
  • Iron infusions.
  • Wellness Coaching – available via telehealth for Burwood clients.
  • Specialist referrals where required.
  • Preventative health.

Our practitioners

Deakin Medical Centre GPs treat all general illnesses and presentations while possessing a range of special interests. Collectively, we offer a comprehensive service to the Deakin community.

View Burwood GPs and nurses or make an appointment

Waterfront


Deakin Medical Centre is located in the John Hay building, directly opposite Student Central.

Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am–5pm

Call 9244 5577 or use our online appointment system to create a booking

Our services

  • Management and treatment for general illness.
  • Vaccinations – course-related, travel and seasonal flu vaccination programs.
  • Cervical screening, breast checks, pregnancy advice, and unplanned pregnancy counselling and referral.
  • Men's preventative health checks including blood pressure monitoring.
  • Mental health treatment, referral and management.
  • Sexual health.
  • Contraception advice including Implanon insertion and removal.
  • Iron infusions.
  • Wellness Coaching.
  • Specialist referrals where required.
  • Preventative health.

Our practitioners

Deakin Medical Centre GPs treat all general illnesses and presentations while possessing a range of special interests. Collectively, we offer a comprehensive service to the Deakin community.

View Geelong Waterfront GPs and nurses or make an appointment

Waurn Ponds


Deakin Medical Centre is located in the Health & Wellbeing Centre, Level 1, Building jb.

Open Monday–Friday 9am–5pm

Call 9244 5577 or use our online appointment system to create a booking

Our services

  • Management and treatment for general illness.
  • Vaccinations – course-related, travel and seasonal flu vaccination programs.
  • Cervical screening, breast checks, pregnancy advice, and unplanned pregnancy counselling and referral.
  • Men's preventative health checks including blood pressure monitoring.
  • Mental health treatment, referral and management.
  • Sexual health.
  • Contraception advice including Implanon insertion and removal.
  • Iron infusions.
  • Wellness Coaching.
  • Specialist referrals where required.
  • Preventative health.

Our practitioners

Deakin Medical Centre GPs treat all general illnesses and presentations while possessing a range of special interests. Collectively, we offer a comprehensive service to the Deakin community.

View Geelong Waurn Ponds GPs and nurses or make an apppointment

Warrnambool


Deakin Medical Centre is located on Lower Level, Building B.

Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am–2.30pm

Call 9244 5577 or use our online appointment system to create a booking with our Campus Nurse. Please note that access to GP services is available via Hopkins Medical Centre.

Our services

  • Advice for general illness.
  • Vaccinations – course-related, travel and seasonal flu vaccination programs.
  • Cervical screening, breast checks, pregnancy advice, and unplanned pregnancy counselling and referral.
  • Sexual health.
  • Mental health conversation and referral.
  • Health coaching.
  • Preventative health.
  • General wellbeing chat.

Book an appointment

Fees and charges

Students

Students presenting with a current Medicare cardWill be bulk-billed through Medicare
International students presenting with a current OSHC cardWill be direct-billed through their fund
International students holding other visa typesMust pay full fee then claim direct from their fund
Students presenting without a Medicare or health fund cardWill be charged the full fee and provided with a receipt to claim

Staff

Visit DeakinHub for information on staff fees

Need to transfer your Deakin Medical Centre record?

Transferring your medical record to a new medical centre is easy, just follow the steps below.

  1. Attend your new clinic and register as a patient.
  2. Request a medical record transfer form from your new clinic and sign it.
  3. Send the form to Deakin Medical Centre via fax 8888 9945 or email askanurse@deakin.edu.au.
  4. A doctor will authorise release of your medical records, which are printed and sent via post or encrypted and sent electronically if your new clinic uses the same clinical software (Best Practice) as Deakin Medical Centre.

Please allow up to 14 working days for transfer of the record.

After-hours help

If you have serious life threatening symptoms or believe you need to attend a hospital emergency department please dial 000 for medical attention.

Other options for care are the homedoctor.com.au Deakin University students  from either the Geelong or Burwood campuses (within a 50 kilometer radius of Melbourne)  can access an after hours doctors service, the service provides a fully qualified doctor who will visit you at home during weeknights, weekends and public holidays. Medicare card holders are bulk billed, international students are required to pay and then claim from your overseas health fund. The homedoctor.com.au can be contacted by calling 137425, the service will generate a medical report which can be sent to the Medical centre on campus where ongoing care can be provided by a nurse or doctor if necessary, or alternatively a report will be sent to your own doctor.

Various after hours clinics are open in all areas close to Deakin campuses, information regarding these can be found in the Yellow Pages.

Confidentiality

The University manages personal and health information in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 and the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic). Individuals who wish to provide feedback are encouraged to contact the Medical Services practice manager via email at askanurse@deakin.edu.au. You may wish to contact the Office of the Health Services Commissioner.

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