Health and Medical Services

ICMS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff. We understand that your good health is an important contributing factor to your success.

Students and staff must take reasonable care of themselves and others; cooperate with actions taken to protect health and safety; seek information or advice from a staff member before performing new or unfamiliar tasks; report all health and safety accidents, incidents and hazards as soon as is practicable; and follow emergency evacuation procedures.

First aid

Contact the Campus Manager on Duty (24 hours).

All Managers on Duty are trained in first aid. First aid supplies can be found in the MOD’s office, next to reception at both the Northern Beaches Campus and the City Campus.


In an emergency, call 000 for fire, police or ambulance services.

Manly Campus & Aspire institute: Northern Beaches hospital

Address: 105 Frenchs Forest Rd W, Frenchs Forest NSW 2086
Hours:  Open 24 hours
Phone(02) 9105 5000

City Campus: St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney

Address: 390 Victoria St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Hours: Open 24 hours
Phone(02) 8382 1111


In case of an accident, contact the contact the Campus Manager on Duty (24 hours). Details will be given to you upon arrival.
Refer to the Critical Incident Policy


If you are ill, please see a doctor.

On-campus students who are ill after hours could choose to use the 13Sick National Home Doctor App to call out a visiting doctor.

24-7MedCare provide online access to doctors and psychologists 24 hours a day.  Simply book an appointment at https://24-7medcare.com.au/services/telehealth

Please note that International students are bound by Australian immigration legislation which only allows students a leave of absence on one the following grounds:

  • compassionate or compelling circumstances, or
  • misconduct by the student.

A leave of absence can only be approved based on compassionate or compelling circumstances beyond your control.

These circumstances include, but are not limited to:

  • serious illness or injury, where a medical certificate states that the student was unable to attend class
  • bereavement of close family members such as parent or grandparent (where possible, a death certificate should be provided, and evidence of relationship to the deceased)

Each application will be considered on its merits and assessed on a case-by-case basis according to the ICMS policy and procedures and the requirements of individual courses.

ICMS will report any period of leave of absence to Department of Home Affairs.