The health and wellbeing of our UC community is important.
For all COVID-19 related information please refer to the ACT Government's COVID-19 website (https://www.covid19.act.gov.au). Information available includes what to do if you test positive to COVID-19.
Face-to-face and telehealth appointments* are available for UC staff and students. Please wear a mask for any face-to-face appointments.
The Medical and Counselling Centre is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays & the official University shut down period).
To access medical appointments or psychology services contact (02) 6201 2351 during business hours. Appointments can also be made online via the Centre’s booking app – HotDoc.
For telephone advice after hours – after 6pm on week days, weekends and public holidays – contact: 0409 507 734.
Psychology services provided by the UC Medical & Counselling Centre are only available to UC Students.
UC staff and their immediate family member's requiring mental health support, should contact the University's Employee Assistance Provider Converge International on 1300 687 327.
*NOTE: To be eligible for a Medicare rebate you must have attended a face-to-face doctor’s appointment at the UC Medical & Counselling Centre with the last 12 months.
Visit the UC Medical & Counselling website (https://www.canberra.edu.au/on-campus/health-and-support/medical-counselling) for more information or advice.
Sometimes your health and well-being may be adversely affected by legal issues you don’t even know exist – talking to a lawyer can help.
Students, staff and our local Canberra community can access specialist free legal advice in this joint initiative between UC Medical & Counselling and the Faculty of Business Government and Law.
Your consultation will be with a Lawyer, supported by students working towards their legal qualification. The service is confidential, professional and free.