The UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences has an Audiology Clinic on campus which provides supervised treatment to the UQ community and to the general public. Whether you are experiencing hearing loss or are concerned about your hearing or...
The Campus Pharmacy is located on St Lucia campus. It stocks a range of products, dispenses prescriptions and also has a Kodak minilab.
Counselling for staff
The University of Queensland Staff Assistance Services program (SAS) provides confidential and voluntary counselling and assistance to all University of Queensland staff. Its purpose is to help staff resolve problems which affect their work performa...
The School of Dentistry is a major oral health care facility in Queensland with 100 dental units in its Turbot Street facility in the central business district of Brisbane. At the School's dental clinics, services are provided by undergradua...
A dental surgery is located in the Union Complex [see map] on the St Lucia campus. Please view the
The University Health Service provides emergency care for students, staff and visitors to the campus during opening hours. After-hours care is available at local hospital emergency departments.
First Aid (School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work)
First Aid courses are run throughout the year by the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work. The courses are ideal for students, health professionals, pool owners, new parents, or members of the general public. Courses can also...
First Aid and CPR courses (UQ Sport)
Need First Aid and CPR for your degree or job? UQ Sport in conjunction with PulseStart Training Solutions offers regular courses right here on the St Lucia campus.
First Aid courses (Staff Development Program)
Courses in first aid and resuscitation are offered throughout the year by the Teaching and Educational Development Unit, as part of the Staff Development Program. The Occupational ...
The University Health Service provides free up-to-date information on keeping healthy, including advice about vaccinations. Brochures are available on a wide range of topics. The Health Service website includes links to other sources of health informat...
Students can see University Health Service doctors by appointment Monday to Friday at: St Lucia Ipswich Gatton No appointment is necessary to ...
Occupational health care
The University Health Service provides advice and assistance to students and staff for work-related problems and injuries. Referral to specialists is part of this service.
Occupational therapy clinic
The UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences offer two separate Occupational Therapy services - the Children's Life Skills Clinic and the Upper Limb Hypertonicity Clinic. Through both clinics, we work with clients and their families to promot...
The UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences offers a number of Physiotherapy Clinics on campus which provide supervised treatment to the UQ community and to the general public, by both undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy students:
QML Pathology has a collection centre conveniently located at the University Health Service, Union Road at the St Lucia Campus. The centre offers all general pathology services and is available to students, staff and the general community. Please no...
Speech pathology clinic
The UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences has a Speech Pathology Clinic which assists children and adults with communication issues, included delayed speech, reading and spelling difficulties, stuttering, voice disorders and difficulties a...
Sports and rehabilitation clinic
Brisbane Sports and Spinal (formerly UQ Sports & Rehab) is a specialist physiotherapy clinic that incorporates the services of both podiatry and sports psychology.
Staff flu vaccination
At the beginning of each year the University provides, through the University Occupational Health & Safety Division, free flu vaccination to permanent full-time and part-time staff. For more detail...
The University Health Service provides vaccinations at cost to students and staff travelling overseas. Make an appointment with a University Health Service doctor to discuss your travel vaccination requirements.