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Book an appointment with Dr Lo: Sports Doctor

Call 6201 2351 for further assistance

Emergency contact information

Ambulance (Life threatening emergencies only) Phone: 000
Accident and Emergency - Calvary Hospital (Northside) Phone: 6201 6111
Accident and Emergency - Canberra Hospital (Southside) Phone: 6244 2611
CALMS - Canberra After-hours Locum Medical Service Phone: 1300 422 567
Lifeline (Counselling service) Phone: 13 11 14
After-hours GP Helpline - (Healthdirect Australia) Phone: 1800 022 222
Mental Health Crisis Team Phone: 1800 629 354

Opening Hours of the Medical & Counselling Centre

The University of Canberra Medical & Counselling Centre, is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm. When the centre is closed, should you need to speak to a doctor, please call the Medical & Counselling Centre on 6201 2351. The mobile number of the doctor on call will be available on the answering machine message.

Alternatively, please contact CALMS (Canberra After Hours Medical & Counselling Centre) on 1300 422 567.

If you need urgent counselling support, or feel the need to speak to a counsellor, call Lifeline on 131 114 or the Mental Health Crisis and Assessment Team on 1800 629 354.

Current events

ENLIVEN Engage Notice Learn Inspire Value Entertain and Network

UC Medical and Counselling are providing the opportunity for students and staff to come together over an interactive, community building,  lunchtime experience - to exchange ideas, discuss ‘hot topics’ in  science, literature and technology.
While Psychologists will host the sessions, students and staff are invited to play an active role.
We invite you to submit your ideas for a 50 min session, so that we might compile a program for Semester 2 – Tuesdays 11am-12.30pm.
If you are working on an innovative project, or have been involved in an exciting adventure or community activity we would love to hear about it.
If you have a favourite TED talk you would like to share and discuss, or perhaps a great debate topic that you/we could organise a couple teams around; we encourage you to submit your ideas to us.

We see this as an opportunity for students and staff to meet and interact less formally, a chance for newcomers to UC to engage, an opportunity to share knowledge , experiences, ideas, and your  multi-dimensional lives.

Please email or call Vicki de Prazer -   Senior Psychologist on 6201 2351

2017 UC STAFF INFLUENZA VACCINATION PROGRAM commences this Thursday 6  April 2017


The University Medical & Counselling Centre is offering all current UC Staff the opportunity to receive a FREE QUADRIVALENT INFLUENZA VACCINATION.

Vaccination clinics will be available over the coming weeks providing staff with the opportunity to attend clinics before work (starting at 8.00am) or after work (5.00pm - 6.00pm), in addition to morning and afternoon sessions.  For any staff member unable to attend one of the clinics, please contact the Medical Centre to organise your vaccination.

Appointments for your UC Staff Influenza Vaccination can be made via our online booking system “Appointuit”.  

You can also book in person, or by phoning the UC Medical Centre on 6201 2351.

For the dates and times of upcoming appointments please continue to check on Appointuit or ring the UC Medical & Counselling Centre.

SCRIVENER STAFF: Clinics will be held at Scrivener for UC Scrivener staff.  An email will be sent with details on how to book an appointment for Scrivener Clinics as soon as we confirm dates.

Dr Wilson Lo currently consulting at the UC Medical Centre

We are also very pleased to announce that Dr Wilson Lo is now consulting 4 days a week at the UC Medical Centre. Dr Lo is a sports doctor with a keen interest in acute injuries. He has a wealth of experience having worked with various sporting teams as a team doctor and at many sporting events for medical coverage, such as Sydney 2000 Olympics, Rugby Union World Cup 2003, Rugby League World Cup 2009, Canberra Womens Classic (WTA), Canberra Marathon, ACT Brumbies, Canberra Gunners (SEABL) and the Australian Kangaroos (NRL).

He is currently the team doctor for the Canberra Raiders junior and senior teams, Canberra Capitals (WNBL), Canberra United (W league) and is an assistant team doctor for the GWS Giants (AFL).  He is also the Chief Medical Officer for the ACT Academy of Sport.

Dr Lo is available for consultations for all patients with acute injuries of all sorts. If you have an acute injury of any kind (ex: ankle sprain, knee injury, shoulder injury), please call 6201 2351 to book an appointment. A referral is not necessary to see Dr Lo.