Community clinics

UniSA operates a number of clinics that are open to the general public, providing professional and cost-effective services (in some cases free) in the areas of health, law and psychology.

Students work in a supervised environment to apply theory and practical skills to a professional setting as some of their final preparations before entering their professions full-time.

  • Dietetics Clinic

    Dietetic Clinic

    The Dietetic Clinic provides both supervised student and Accredited Practicing Dietician led assessment and treatment services for nutrition and diet related health problems.

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  • High Performance and Exercise Physiology Clinic

    This clinic offers specialist exercise testing and prescription services to assist with the management and prevention of various chronic health problems and medical conditions, including disabilities and mental health conditions.

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  • Sports Centres and Pool

    Sports Centres and Pool

    Visit a Sports Centre at City East, Magill or Mawson Lakes campuses, or check out the Pool at Magill campus. All facilities have highly trained staff and are open to the general public.

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  • City West Health and Medical Clinic

    The UniSA City West Health and Medical Clinic provides a unique range of low-cost services, conveniently located in the heart of Adelaide’s health precinct.

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  • Legal Advice Clinic

    The public can access free, confidential legal advice from law students who have been trained in professional conduct. Appointments are supervised by a managing solicitor.

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  • Magill Allied Health Clinic

    Magill Allied Health Clinic offers a wide range of affordable, supervised, student-delivered health assessment and treatment services.

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  • Mammography Clinic

    As well as offering mammography services to the public, this innovative clinic enables diagnostic radiographers to undertake postgraduate studies in mammography. Run as a joint venture with BreastScreen SA, the clinic offers training courses covering theoretical and practical areas.

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  • Marketing Clinic

    Marketing Clinic

    The marketing clinic provides an opportunity for small and medium sized-businesses to seek advice from students under the supervision of qualified marketing practitioners. 

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  • Midwifery Clinic

    Midwifery Clinic

    Your pregnancy, your midwife, your experience. Personalised maternity care. Receive exceptional, personalised care from the moment you know you are pregnant.

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  • Mobile Allied-Health Clinic

    The MAHC provides students from the School of Health Sciences with the opportunity to participate in a range of health related activities in a variety of locations.

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  • Occupational Therapy Service

    Occupational Therapy Service

    Based at UniSA’s City West Health and Medical Clinic, the Occupational Therapy (OT) Service offers assessment and treatment for children and youth. Services are delivered year-round by fully accredited and experienced OTs, as well as by professionally supervised OT students.

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  • Open Door Health Clinic

    Open Door Health Clinic

    The Open Door Health Clinic provides quality physiotherapy and podiatry services to adults in crisis or experiencing homelessness in South Australia.

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  • Physiotherapy Clinic

    Assessment and treatment is offered by final year undergraduate students and fully qualified physiotherapists undertaking postgraduate study. The clinic provides high-quality, progressive, evidence-based services.

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  • Podiatry Clinic

    For as little as $10 for the first consultation, the public can access a comprehensive range of podiatry services from our students, who are supervised by registered, practising podiatrists.

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  • Psychology Clinic

    This high-quality psychological and counselling service provides affordable appointments to the public. Medical referral is not required. The clinic is staffed by provisional psychologists in the Master of Psychology (Clinical) postgraduate program.

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  • UniSA Health Medical Clinic

    UniSA Health Medical Clinic

    The UniSA Health Medical Clinic in the west end provides affordable health care to all university staff, students and the general public. Services include acute and preventative health care, student health assessments, sexual and contraceptive health, immunisations, travel medicine and mental health care.

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