Please continue to wear a mask inside our clinic.

Our services

Women and men's health
Travel consults
Skin checks
Mental health
Urgent care
  • International Students
  • Doctors
  • Fees & requirements
  • UQ Flu vaccination program

As an International Student, it is a condition of your student visa that you have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of your student visa in Australia.

OSHC coverage, including out of hospital and in hospital medical services, are detailed in the policy document.

However it is important to understand that for non-emergency hospital care, including maternity (pregnancy) services, access to some medical services in some public hospital may be limited.

This means that public hospital services for non-emergency care, including maternity (pregnancy) services, may not be available to you when you need them. In these instances, you may be required to access medical services through a private hospital. Private hospital health care will typically incur some out of pocket costs that are not covered by your Overseas Student Health Cover policy and will be your responsibility.

Please note that for maternity (pregnancy) services, these out of pocket costs could range from $4,000 to $10,000, depending on the level of maternity service/care provided.

Therefore, if you are considering falling pregnant whilst studying in Australia, it is recommended that you discuss this further with your GP and OSHC health provider to look at the services available and the anticipated costs involved.

Dr Alex Ling

Dr Alex grew up in Brisbane and moved interstate for
medical and GP training. He spent a lot of time in rural
and regional NSW before recently returning to
Queensland to spend time with family. Dr Alex has an
interest in preventative care and is looking forward to
helping campus staff and students. He enjoys music and
travelling and works periodically with the Royal Flying
Doctor Service.


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We are a campus medical clinic dedicated solely to caring for current University of Queensland domestic students; international students and their dependents; and staff.

Staff and domestic students

Consultations are bulk billed to Medicare with a current Medicare card.

International students

GP consults are billed directly to Allianz.

If you are covered by another provider, you will need to pay at the time of your consultation and then seek a rebate from your insurer.

When you arrive

Present at reception upon arrival. You will need to show your:

Student or staff ID card

Medicare or international medical insurance card

The 2023 UQ flu vaccination program commence on 2nd May 2023

Influenza (flu) is a very serious and highly contagious illness. Yearly flu vaccination is recommended for anyone who wants to reduce their risk of getting the flu. The flu vaccine is one of several vaccinations recommended for all staff.

Each year, UQ provides free flu vaccinations for:

  • UQ staff, including casual and fixed-term staff
  • HDR students.

The flu vaccine is updated each year to protect against the flu strains most likely to circulate in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Our health services


We welcome patients from 9am – 5pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 

Telehealth available at clinic’s discretion
P: 07 5460 1396 for more information

Find us

Ground floor, N W Briton Annexe, Administration Annexe Blg 8101A


Make an appointment online here or phone (07) 5460 1396

Make an appointment

Access quality medical advice on campus at our conveniently located medical centre.
Our extended hours make it easier for you to manage your health care before or after work.

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