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Medical Centre

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The University Medical Centre is a fully equipped and accredited health service providing safe, high quality and confidential health care to the UWA community.

The General Practice provides a full range of health services and support, including:

Appointments

Medical services are only available to current UWA students and staff, not the wider community. You can make a medical appointment online or by phone.

Standard appointments are 10 minutes in length. If you have a number of problems or a complex problem that you wish to discuss you should request a long appointment slot or be prepared to return for a number of visits.

Our doctors try to run on time. However, sometimes there are lengthy waiting times if urgent medical problems are being attended to.

Go digital with your health record!

Having a My Health Record means all your important health information is digitally available in one secure place. Doctors, specialists and hospital staff can have access to your medical history including allergies, medical conditions and treatments online anywhere, anytime. You can control what goes in it, and who is allowed to access it.

Registration only take a few minutes and can be done by your doctor or nurse at your next visit.

Health Promotion Unit

The Health Promotion Unit supports student health and wellbeing through the award-winning Fit for Study Program

They provide information, education, training, volunteering opportunities and peer education events for students while advocating for student health and wellness with a focus on:

The provision of quality health care requires a doctor-patient relationship of trust and confidentiality. Read our privacy policy if you have any questions or concerns on your confidentiality.