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Medical Clinic

Medical Clinic

The Medical Clinic is a facility for currently enrolled students and staff members of Bond University.¬†¬†The Medical Clinic is located within Wellbeing Services ‚Äď Level 1, Student Court, Building 9 ¬†(See location 9 on the Campus Map).

For a list of after hours medical services, please click the button below:

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Our team

Student counselling services

Our Psychologists at Bond University provide free, confidential counselling service to help you with anything from academic, study pressures through to personal problems.

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Other information

Creating a healthier Bondy

Vaping

Many e-cigarettes contain poisonous chemicals such as those in biofuel, paint thinner and bug killer. In fact, more than 200 chemicals have been detected in e-liquids. 

Support resources

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Sexual Health

Sexual health support is available at the Bond Medical Clinic. 

STI/BBV Testing tool

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea testing

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Drug & Alcohol

Alcohol and drug usage can impact you and others. At Bond University we aim to take a holistic, compassionate and harm minimisation approach.

Visit DrinkWise to calculate your alcohol intake: DrinkWise. | Standard drinks calculator

Drug and alcohol support

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Drink Spiking

Drink spiking is when alcohol or another substance is added to someone's drink without them knowing.

Symptoms of drink spiking:

  • Feeling sick or sleepy
  • Feeling dizzy or faint
  • Feeling drunk when you only had a small amount of alcohol
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty walking, controlling body or talking

Drink spiking is an offense and should be reported to the police.

 

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COVID-19 Updates

  • Bond Medical clinic is currently only offering the Moderna Bivalent Spikevax COVID-19 vaccination.

    ATAGI recommends a 2023 COVID-19 vaccine booster dose if their last COVID-19 vaccine dose or confirmed infection was 6 months ago or longer, and regardless of the number of prior doses.

    • All adults aged 65 years¬†and over
    • Adults¬†aged 18-64 years who have medical comorbidities that increase their risk of severe COVID-19, or disability with significant or complex health needs.

    ATAGI advises the following groups should consider a 2023 booster dose if their last COVID-19 vaccine dose or confirmed infection was 6 months ago or longer, and regardless of the number of prior doses received, 

    • All Adults aged 18-64 years without risk factors for severe COVID-19

    To discuss your eligibility or to book a vaccine appointment call clinic reception on (07) 5595 4043

  • Bond Medical Clinic is now offering the option for Rapid Antigen COVID-19 swabs on campus. These swabs are self-administered. This test can be used to screen yourself if you are presenting with COVID-19 symptoms such as: runny nose, cough, sore throat, fatigue etc.

    Due to the nature of the test, we are not accepting walk-ins.

    1. All appointments must be booked via phone ahead of time.
    2. When attending the clinic for testing, please call clinic reception from outside to notify of your arrival.
    3. The Nurse will then attend you outside to decrease risk of transmittable illness to staff and other patients.

Bond Medical clinic is currently only offering the Moderna Bivalent Spikevax COVID-19 vaccination.

ATAGI recommends a 2023 COVID-19 vaccine booster dose if their last COVID-19 vaccine dose or confirmed infection was 6 months ago or longer, and regardless of the number of prior doses.

  • All adults aged 65 years¬†and over
  • Adults¬†aged 18-64 years who have medical comorbidities that increase their risk of severe COVID-19, or disability with significant or complex health needs.

ATAGI advises the following groups should consider a 2023 booster dose if their last COVID-19 vaccine dose or confirmed infection was 6 months ago or longer, and regardless of the number of prior doses received, 

  • All Adults aged 18-64 years without risk factors for severe COVID-19

To discuss your eligibility or to book a vaccine appointment call clinic reception on (07) 5595 4043