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The Australian National University

Welcome to the Health Service

The Australian National University Health Service is a fully accredited primary health care facility that provides comprehensive health services to current students and staff of the University.  
Influenza Vaccination
The University Health Service Nurses is providing Nurse Led Influenza Vaccination Clinics. All ANU students are eligible to attend. The vaccine is also available to all International students families who are covered under the students Overseas Student Health Cover card (OSHC). OSHC family members must be over 10 years of age.  If you have any children under 10 years of age, an appointment must be made with a doctor to discuss the benefits and risks of children receiving the vaccine.
Cost: $20 per vaccine
Available days: Wednesday and Friday each week
To arrange an appointment please contact the Health Service on 61253598
Please bring your Medicare / OSHC card / Student ID.

The Health Service has both male and female General Practitioners and Registered Nurses who are also available for health advice and assistance.


 Our staff provide a  range of services, including:

  • Overseas travel vaccinations after consultation with your doctor 
  • Childhood and adult immunisations
  • Women's health, including routine pap smears
  • Contraceptive advice and counselling
  • Antenatal shared care
  • Men's health and regular medicals
  • Skin care and mole checks
  • Minor surgical procedures, such as mole excision, suturing of cuts, in-grown toe nails, contraceptive hormone implants
  • Management of minor burns and sports injuries
  • Smoking cessation (QUIT) counselling
    Psychological problems (with referral to the ANU Counselling Service if required)
  • STI checks
  • Drug and alcohol related issues

The Health Service has daily appointments for urgent conditions.

To obtain an urgent appointment please contact the reception - 61253598

Please note

This Practice has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for abusive or threatening behaviours directed against staff or patients. This includes shouting, swearing, threats, name calling, racist comments and inappropriate gestures.


Those who abuse will be required to leave the Health Service immediately and transfer their medical care to another practice.


The information you provide to us as health professionals is personal and private. Please see our Confidentiality and Disclosure of Information policy.


Updated: 28 February 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Registrar / Page Contact:  DRSS Web Manager