Free student health review

Regular health reviews can be a quick, simple way to get a snapshot of how healthy you are and to learn about ways to improve your health.

University life can be a lot of fun but it can also be hard work, so it’s important that you look after your physical and mental health so you can make the most of your time.

Book a free health review

As a current University of Melbourne student, you can book a free 30-minute personalised consultation with a Registered Bupa Nurse; appointments are confidential.

If you attend your appointment and complete the feedback survey you will have the opportunity to enter the monthly prize draw for a chance to win a $20 Coles Myer voucher.

Book your health review for Semester 1, 2020

Note: The health review service is a general, preventative assessment to provide you with an overview of your health.

When and where

By appointment between 9.30am-4pm, Monday to Thursdays at Parkville. Note: the service is available at UoM Southbank every third Friday of the semester.

University of Melbourne Stop 1
Room 103F, Level 1
757 Swanston St, Parkville

University of Melbourne Southbank Campus
The Hub (building 863)
Level 1, Room 111

What the health review includes

  • Biometrics (blood glucose finger-prick test and blood pressure screening)
  • General health review (nutrition, physical activity, smoking, oral health, sleep, alcohol and drugs, skin cancer)
  • Healthy relationships review (including a conversation about sexual health)
  • Mental health review
  • Healthcare system discussion

You will also receive a results card that details your health review results. You are welcome to use your results card during a follow up health appointment. You will also receive information on the University of Melbourne student wellbeing services and a mini sexual health pack. Upon agreement with you, the Nurse may complete a referral to a GP or other health service for tailored support.

Is it confidential?

Yes, the University of Melbourne will not receive any personal details about you. Only aggregate health data and general booking data will be made available to the University.

When to see a doctor

If you have a specific medical concern, please make an appointment to see a doctor or speak with a counsellor.

More health and wellbeing services on campus

Find out more about the range of services on offer at the University to support your health:


Please direct any questions to:

Sourav Jain
Health Promotion Coordinator
+61 3 9035 3045