Perth Campus medical centre

Curtin University Health Services has a team of dedicated general practitioners and other health care professionals to meet your medical needs. We are an accredited practice and strive to deliver quality care with compassion and commitment.

We are located at level 1 of Building 109 (see map).

Book an appointment

You can book an appointment online, by visiting our reception, or by calling (08) 9266 7345.

We are not a walk-in clinic, however, we will attend to medical emergencies in a prompt and timely manner. Please alert our staff if you require urgent medical care. If you have multiple health concerns or mental health concerns that you wish to discuss with the doctor, please book in for a long consultation.

Opening hours

Appointments are available Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 4:30pm.

If you require after-hours assistance please contact the after-hours doctors on (08) 9321 9133.

Our services

Our services include:

  • General medicine
  • Children’s health
  • Women’s health
  • Men’s health
  • Sexual health and STI screening
  • Travel advice and vaccinations
  • Mental health management
  • Iron infusions
  • Minor procedures
  • Wound management
  • Workplace injury management
  • Motor vehicle injury management
  • Sports injuries and diving medicals
  • Family planning (Implanon insertion/removal and pregnancy management)
  • Covid-19 vaccinations (Pfizer and Astra Zeneca only)

We are also offer appointments with a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Dietician (by appointment only).

Fees and charges

Domestic students (current Medicare card holders)

  • All consultations are bulk-billed.
  • Minor procedures, iron infusions, some vaccinations incur a fee.

International students (Overseas Student Health Cover)

  • All consultations are sent directly to your private health insurance (in accordance with student visa requirements).
  • Minor procedures, iron infusions, some vaccinations incur a fee.

Curtin University staff

  • A private fee of $85 for a standard consult applies. This is claimable through Medicare and Private Health Insurance.
  • Minor procedures, iron infusions, some vaccinations incur a fee.
  • Individual doctors reserve the right to charge a reduced fee or bulk bill at their discretion.  

Cancel or reschedule an appointment

We require a minimum of 30 minutes notice to cancel your appointment as this allows us to use the appointment to care for another patient. Failure to do so may incur a fee of $37.00. Any fees incurred will need to be paid prior to making another doctor at the Health Services.

After hours service

If you require non urgent medical care, a number of after-hours home services are available and operate from 6pm to 8am during the week and all day on the weekends and public holidays. Please note this is not a free service.

Doctor Home Visits (WADMS): (08) 9321 9133

Test results

You will be advised of your results during your follow up appointment with the doctor. If the results require urgent attention, a nurse will be in contact with you with necessary details. We do not routinely contact patients regarding normal results.

Students on placement waiting for their serology test results may call and speak to the nurses who will endeavour to return the call within 24 hours.

Our doctors

Our team of doctors are:

  • Dr Greg Blight
  • Dr Terence Choy
  • Dr Suan Goh
  • Dr Anne Minty
  • Dr Roger Palmer
  • Dr Kylie Seow
  • Dr Mary White
  • Mark Barlow (Mental Health Nurse Practitioner)
  • Amanda Cheong-Duryea (Dietician)

Transfer of records from Curtin Health Services

Transfer of records to another practice can be arranged once we have received a signed request from the practice/practice requesting for the transfer. Records can be saved on a USB (encrypted) or by print and sent by Registered Post.

Confidentiality and privacy

The University Health Service observes the normal tenets of professional confidentiality as well as the requirements of the Privacy Act.

Record keeping

Your medical record is a confidential document. It is the policy of this practice to maintain security of personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorised members of staff.

Release of information

Information about a patient may be released to parties outside the Health Service only with the explicit consent of the patient. Release of information will normally require a written consent to disclosure signed by the patient. Verbal agreement may be accepted only when both patient and staff member agree that the circumstances do not require the formality of a written agreement.

Limits of confidentiality

Information may be disclosed without the consent of a patient when:

  • There exists a clear danger to the patient or to others
  • There exists a legal obligation to do so.

Legal obligation includes such circumstances as a court subpoena, a valid search warrant, or such other legislated requirements as may be in force at any given time.

Download the Health Services Privacy Information pamphlet [.pdf – 288KB]

Complaints process

Curtin University Health Service is committed to quality health care and improvement. We are accredited by the Australian General Practice Accreditation Ltd and meet the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ extensive Standards for General Practices.

If you have a problem or a suggestion, we would like to hear about it.

Please feel free to talk to any Health Service staff or ask to speak to or email our Medical Director. If you prefer, you may write a note and leave it in the suggestion box in the waiting room. We take your concerns and suggestions seriously.

You can also contact the Health and Disability Services Complaints Office with serious complaints:

GPO Box B61
Perth WA 6838

Complaints and enquiries line: (08) 6551 7600