University Health Practice
Pre-University Placement Serology Screening
For your Pre-University Placement Serology Screening please read through the Screening Process document and print out and fill in the Student Immunisation Questionnaire Form and then make your appointment.
Address: Horace Lamb Building, North Terrace Campus, The University of Adelaide, SA 5005.
Telephone: 08 8313 5050
Now available via HotDoc app. Download it and search for our practice.
Please be aware we are open on the 28th, 29th and 30th of December between 9:00AM TO 5:00PM
|MONDAY||8:30AM TO 5:30PM|
|TUESDAY||8:30AM TO 5:30PM|
|WEDNESDAY||8:30AM TO 5:30PM|
|THURSDAY||8:30AM TO 5:30PM|
|FRIDAY||8:30AM TO 5:30PM|
(PLEASE NOTE: email cannot be used to make appointments or discuss patient care)
About the Practice
Provides medical care and services for
- 6 Consulting rooms
- all university students, staff and their families, and the general public
- A team of experienced and caring male and female Doctors
- Health education and advice including sex, contraception, stress, mental health and depression, diet, family issues and drugs and alcohol
- Medical care for international students
- Same or next day appointments available
- Mirena Clinic
- Chronic Health care plans
- Direct billing for Medicare and Worldcare patients
- Immunisation services available
- Fully accredited teaching practice
Running Late For Your Appointment?
Please phone the Practice to let us know, as sometimes the doctors may not be able to fit you in due to other commitments.
Dr Louise Stranks Book Online
Dr Jane Vernon-Roberts
Dr Robyn Seto Book Online
Dr Stephanie Taylor Book Online
Dr Alison Cranwell Book Online
Dr Jessica Donaghue Book Online
Dr Hannah Gostlow Book Online
Dr Farooq Qureshi Book Online
Dr Simon Hay Book Online
Dr Paul Bolton Book Online
Dr Cheng Chen Book Online
Dr Millie Vukovic - Psychiatrist
Professor Jane Andrews - Gastroenterologist
Mr Gary Childs - Psychologist
Australian Clinical Labs have a collection centre onsite at the University Health Practice.
Did you know that our practice is accredited to train doctors specialising in general practice?
Our practice has been accepted to help deliver the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program to registrars (GPs in training), in collaboration with the South Australian Regional Training Organisation, GPEx. www.gpex.com.au
This vocational general practice training program is the primary pathway that doctors undertake to become specialist GPs - like the ones that you may visit here.
Registrars are placed at practices on 6-month rotations, who are supervised and guided by our experienced GPs. Registrars are highly trained and bring the latest knowledge, passion and commitment to their work.
We are proud to be a part of this training program and to help train tomorrow’s future GPs in order to keep our communities happy and healthy.