See a Bulk Billing doctor on the ANU campus
ANU students receive FREE membership to the National Health Co-op, allowing you access to our services at the ANU clinic as well as our 8 other medical centres in the ACT and Yass.
Membership includes immediate access to bulk billed appointments with our GPs. The vast majority of our services are bulk billed, with just a small selection of detailed procedures incurring a cost. ANU staff can also join the NHC with a paid membership and get access to our bulk billed services on campus.
To become a member simply book your first appointment and we’ll complete the process in clinic. This clinic is exclusive to the ANU community, if you aren’t a current ANU student or staff member please book at another of our locations.
Getting to the NHC ANU Medical Centre
We’re located right in the middle of the ANU Kambri Campus. Our clinic forms part of the ANU Health and Well-being Centre (Building 156), which also features a gym and pharmacy. Paid parking is available at the nearby Kambri carpark.
You can see one of our great doctors at the following times
|Monday||8:30am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 5:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 5:30pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 5:30pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 5:30pm|
|Saturday||9:00am - 2:00pm|
NHC ANU Medical CentreL2, Building 156, Joplin Lane, Acton ACT 2602
ANU services and clinicians
Our team at ANU includes five GPs, two Nurse Practitioners, a practice nurse, a dietitian and onsite pathology. As well as general health, our team has expertise in a range of areas including:
- Flu shots and vaccinations
- Women’s and Men’s health
- Preventative health checks including skin checks, asthma and diabetes
- Indigenous health
- Minor Surgeries, wound care, and occupational assessments
- Mental Health Care Plans
- Family and children’s health
Dr Wilhelm Anell
Dr Anell graduated from University of Western Australia in 1981. After graduating, he spent three years in the RAAF and then another two years in rotational training including obstetrics & gynaecology in various hospitals in Perth.
From 1987 to 1992 Dr Anell worked as a country doctor in the Pilbara region, gaining experience in obstetrics, paediatrics, surgery and trauma. In Perth between 1992 and 2011, he practiced family medicine, including men’s health, minor surgery, travel medicine and as a surgical assistant.
Transferring to Sydney in 2011, Dr Anell was involved in a large medical practice, gaining further experience in travel medicine. After returning from Sydney he joined a private family practice in Perth, with specific focus on family medicine, men’s health, travel medicine and skin lesions.
Dr Anell joined the National Health Co-op ANU Clinic in February 2019.
Dr Craig Corr
Dr Craig Corr joined the NHC in April 2021. Prior to joining the NHC Dr Craig worked in Geelong providing General Practice and Anaesthetic services. He worked at the ANU Health Service during the preceding eight years.
Dr Craig’s special interests include sexual health, men’s health and travel health.
Dr Phillip Hope
Dr Dorothy Monk
Dr Dorothy Monk graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2001. She is a Fellow of Royal College of General Practice and has been an examiner for the College.
She enjoys seeing patients of all ages with all general practice presentations, including chronic conditions and mental health problems.
Dr Monk’s past work experience includes research in Psychiatry, working as a senior resident in Gynaecology and Obstetrics, and GP work in hospital emergency and rural Australia.
Dr Michael Tedeschi
Prior to joining the new National Health Co-op practice at ANU, Michael has been practicing as a General Practitioner at the Health Service of the Australian National University since 1998, and is also currently a Senior Staff Specialist at Canberra Hospital and a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the ANU Medical School.
Michael obtained his medical degree from the University of NSW in Sydney. He obtained his FRACGP in 1984 whilst a GP in Sydney, and then returned to Hospital training before being awarded his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (Chapter of Addiction Medicine) in 2002. He is a member of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) and a member of the America Society of Addiction Medicine.
AREA OF PARTICULAR INTEREST: Addiction Management.
As an APD Stefanie tailors nutrition advice to the individual. Despite have the word “diet” in her professional title, Stefanie takes a mindful eating, or non-diet approach, to her practice, focussing on a person’s overall health and wellbeing rather than encouraging a restrictive, diet-focussed mentality.
Along with assisting patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and osteoporosis, Stefanie also works with patients to improve their gut symptoms and optimise their dietary intake in conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome and diverticular disease. Stefanie also assists parents with introducing first foods, fussy eating and appropriate growth of their little ones.
With an interest in allergies and intolerances she completed the Professional Certificate in Medical Nutrition Therapy in Food Allergy and Intolerance in 2018 and is a professional member of Coeliac Australia.
Nilly Ran attended Robert Morris University for her BSN. After graduation, Nilly began her nursing career in the neurological and trauma unit at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre (UPMC) where she has worked for seven years. While working as a nurse she completed her Master of Science in nurse practitioner from the Pennsylvania State University, USA. Nilly joined the NHC in 2021, and she is excited to grow and learn within the NHC as she embarks on her new career.
As a nurse practitioner, she can provide all standard nursing services and many more. This includes providing prescriptions, specialist referrals, pathology ordering, simple x-rays and ultrasounds, cervical screening, implanon procedures, and suturing.
Please note that referrals to allied health practitioners (psychologists, physiotherapists, dietitians, podiatrists etc.), pelvic ultrasounds, skin checks, driving medicals and mental health or care plans are outside Nilly’s remit – these procedures should be booked with a GP.
Casie commenced her work at the National Health Co-op as a Practice Nurse in 2015 following extensive work experience and training in Adelaide, Wagga Wagga and Brisbane.
Prior to joining the National Health Co-op, Casie practiced as a Registered Nurse at Mater Private Hospital in Brisbane.
Casie obtained her Nursing degree from Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga. She has also obtained a Graduate Diploma in Nursing from the University of South Australia and a Graduate Certificate in Neurosurgical Nursing from University of Tasmania.
Dr Wilhelm Anell
Dr Craig Corr
Dr Phillip Hope
Dr Dorothy Monk
Dr Michael Tedeschi
Looking for allied health services such as psychology and physiotherapy? These are available at other NHC locations and bulk billed to members with a valid Medicare Card.
Our Covid Precautions
Patient safety and comfort is never compromised at the NHC. During the COVID-19 pandemic we’re working closely with Government to continue to offer our services without putting the community at risk.
Centre Safety Precautions
- Social distancing is strictly applied within our reception and clinical areas, in line with the latest Government advice.
- Masks and hand sanitiser are readily available for patients when they arrive.
- Telehealth appointments are available for those who would prefer not to attend the clinic in person.
Telehealth is a great way to get medical advice from the comfort of your own home. Due to the pandemic, there are certain patients who we strongly advise not to attend the clinic in person. Please book for Telehealth if you have;
- COVID symptoms and are yet to receive a negative test result.
- Returned from overseas in the last 14 days.
- Visited a COVID hotspot in the last 14 days.
Looking for a bulk billing doctor at the ANU?
If you are looking for a bulk billing doctor on the ANU campus, you have come to the right place. ANU students receive FREE membership at the NHC, which means that you will be able to see a bulk billing doctor when you need to, all year round – both on campus and at our other locations in the ACT and Yass.
Bulk Billing healthcare in the ACT and Yass
We provide bulk billed GP services to members at our 9 clinics across the ACT and Yass. This covers standard GP appointments, health checks and many vaccinations, with just a few detailed procedures incurring an out of pocket cost. Non-members can access standard GP appointments for $70.
Affordable family healthcare
Unlimited bulk-billed healthcare for you and your family all year round as a member.
Bulk billed by appointment
Forget long wait times, get access to a bulk billed GP at a time that suits you.
More than a doctor
We are a not-for-profit, cooperative organisation. Members have ownership and ensure that the local community benefits.