Our health services at Caulfield, Clayton and Peninsula are open but we’ve made some adjustments to how we operate during COVID-19.
What to do if you're feeling unwell
If you’re at home and unwell, you can call our triage nurse for help, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm:
- Caulfield: 03 9903 1177
- Clayton: 03 9905 3175
If you meet the testing requirements for COVID-19, you may be asked to visit our screening clinic at the Clayton health service (open Monday – Friday, 8.45am – 5pm).
For after-hours advice, call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398.
Telehealth appointments are available for patients who meet the eligibility criteria in the Medicare schedule. The criteria changes according to the restriction levels currently in place by the Department of Health, as determined by the level of lockdown measures at the time.
If you haven't visited the University Health Service for a face-to-face appointment in the past 12 months, or if you're a new patient, you must attend in-person when there are no lockdown restrictions in place, or when leaving home for medical reasons is a permitted activity.
If your doctor wants you to attend a clinic, we’ll arrange a face-to-face appointment at your nearest campus.
Flu vaccinations are available at all campuses – just call one of our clinics to make an appointment.
If you're coming in, you'll need your:
- Monash ID card
- Medicare, OSHC, or Health Care Card.
Make an appointment
Building B, Level 1, Room 146A
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
Phone: 9903 1177
21 Chancellors Walk, Ground Floor
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8.45am – 5pm
Phone: 9905 3175
Building U, Level 1, Room U1.39
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (semesters one and two); Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm (all other times)
Phone: 9904 4615
Bulk billing is available if you hold a Medicare card.
Direct billing is available if you have:
- Allianz Overseas Student Health Cover
- Medibank Private Health Insurance
- ahm health insurance
- nib Health Insurance, or
Otherwise you’ll need to pay for your visit and claim a refund from your insurer.
We charge a discounted fee for your appointment, but you'll need to pay for vaccines and medicines. For work-related travel and immunisations, you’ll need to pay for your visit and claim a refund from your faculty or department.
See the list of services.
- New patients can either register online: patient registration form (pdf, 0.05 mb) and bring it on your first visit.
- UHS Data Protection and Privacy Collection Statement (pdf, 0.14 mb)