Given the sprawling size of the Bundoora Campus, it’s no surprise that many of the best University services sometimes go under the radar. For example, did you know there is a doctor clinic on campus?
The doctor, or general practitioner, is usually the first person you would see if you are unwell or looking for health advice. They can help you with a whole bunch of things – here are a few reasons you might want to make an appointment:
When to visit the doctor
Mental health support and referrals
Feeling stressed, anxious or depressed? It happens to most of us at one time or another. If you’re not feeling yourself and need some support your doctor can give you a referral to mental health professionals who can help you out.
Sexual and reproductive health information and advice
The La Trobe University Medical Centre GP Clinic have doctors who specialise in men’s health, women’s health and reproductive health.
Check-ups and health screening
Staying on top of your health is important. Regular health checks and recommended health screening help you do that. Our doctors can help with skin checks, cervical screening and more.
You’re just feeling unwell
Don’t battle through – if you’re feeling unwell or you are experiencing pain, seek medical advice. Your GP can diagnose and treat short-term illnesses like the flu or a fever. They can also assess injuries and help with medication reviews and management. If you need so see a specialist your doctor will provide a referral.
Vaccines and immunisations
Need placement immunisations? They can help! International travel feels like a distant dream at the moment, but when the time comes, we can help with travel immunisations too. Fees will apply for vaccinations and immunisations, contact the clinic to find out what you will need to pay.
Location and hours
La Trobe University Medical Centre’s GP Clinic is operated by Latrobe Community Health Service and open to La Trobe Uni students, staff and the general public. The clinic is located at the corner of Plenty Road and Kingsbury Drive in Bundoora and is open from Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm, and on Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
The clinic offers a bulk-billing service to students, children under 16 years and Concession card holders. A practice fee may apply for other patients or for consultations not eligible for a Medicare rebate. International students with valid Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card can also use this service at no additional cost.
If you are unwell it is important you seek healthcare and Melbourne residents are encouraged to continue to visit the doctor when needed.
To make an appointment phone (03) 9473 8885 or book an appointment online.