Health Services at Uni



The La Trobe University Medical Centre is just a few minutes away from the centre of the university on Corner Plenty Road & Kingsbury Drive (near the tramp stop) is the primary provider of care for students and staff, alike.

Contact Number: (03) 9473 8885

The Medical Centre offers various medical services like:

Medical Clinic/GP services

The clinic is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5 PM. It provides bulk billing for LTU students and staff, international students with a Overseas Health Cover card may also access these services as no additional cost.

The clinic does general health services and regular medicals as well as sexual health and STI checks, including contraceptive advice and counseling. They also offer advice and referrals for mental health issues. You can also have your vaccines and special immunisations done at the clinic.

Book an appointment online or call the number stated above.

Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Care

Sprained yourself while exercising? Want to exercise but don’t know how and where to start? This place offers physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation. As well as pain management, podiatry, and dietetics and nutrition services.

If you want to know more, call (03) 9473 8780.

La Trobe Private Hospital

Located within the La Trobe University Medical Centre, this private hospital specialises in acute care, mental health and rehabilitation. The hospital is a La Trobe education partner, in that they provide training opportunities for students across their network.

Call (03) 9473 8900 to know more.


The medical clinic at Bendigo is at the Student Services Centre. You can make your appointment to see the nurse or doctor with the Student Services receptionist.

More information regarding the medical clinic is found at the website.


The numerous medical clinics in this campus are listed in the phone book, or International Student Support Services can provide details to international students regarding clinics that accepts an OSHC card.

Tip: Make sure to ask about current charges when you call in to make an appointment.

As for Emergencies,



The national telephone number for all emergency services in Australia is 000. Although, in some cases, you might be required to dial 112 which is the international emergency number.




For assistance in other forms, here are some of the relevant numbers you should know:

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