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We provide health services to the nearly 515,000 people living in central Auckland, as well as regional services for Northland and Greater Auckland and specialist national services for the whole of New Zealand. We have more than 1 million patient contacts per year.

Our primary role is to support our local population to achieve the outcomes they want for themselves, their whānau and their community, and to ensure access to high quality and safe services for them.

Our approach is patient-centred healthcare, which means the needs of our patients are at the heart of everything we do.


There are currently measles outbreaks in parts of New Zealand.

Measles can be dangerous. Please ensure you get your children vaccinated at 12 months and 4 years old to prevent measles. It’s free at your GP.

The symptoms of measles are a fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, then a rash.

Been close to someone with measles? Or showing symptoms? Call your doctor or healthcare centre before turning up so you can be isolated on arrival.

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Did you know you can reach us by public transport?

Our hospitals are well served by public transport which is a great alternative as the car parks at Auckland City Hospital and Starship Children’s Hospital can get busy. Find bus and train times on the AT website or consider asking a friend or whānau member to drop you off.



Know where to get the right care for you

Find out where you and your whānau can get the right care when you’re sick or injured, or who to call when you need some health advice.

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