UWA Health Campus and Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre

A cutting-edge destination for students, professionals and patients

UWA health and medical students have been taught on the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (QEIIMC) grounds in Nedlands, Western Australia, since the 1970s.

The site includes two major public hospitals, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Perth Children’s Hospital, and is home to internationally renowned organisations such as the Lions Eye Institute, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, PathWest, The Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science, and Telethon Kids’ Institute.

UWA academics and students are embedded in these organisations, where they engage in world-leading research and clinical teaching. Working alongside industry professionals enables students to gain real-world experience before they graduate.

Students enrolled in medicine, dentistry and biomedical sciences have classes on the UWA Health Campus, which features the J. Robin Warren Library, named after one of UWA’s two Nobel Laureates, and which recently underwent a $7 million refurbishment, transforming it into an innovative, technology-rich space.

Dentistry students train at the Oral Health Centre of Western Australia, a state-of-the-art dental teaching and learning facility, united with an oral healthcare clinic.

The campus offers state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities including:

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Oral Health Centre of Western Australia

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