Medical centre services

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AUT has medical ce​ntr​es on the City Campus, and near the North Campus (3 Akoranga Drive) which provide a full range of medical services by doctors and nurses.


Doctor and nurse consultations are free for eligible students, with automatic billing to your insurance company if you are an international student (excluding for pre-existing conditions and sexual health). Check our costs and fees page for details.

Costs and fees


Our services include:

  • General healthcare
  • Minor surgery. ECGs and Ferinject infusions
  • Maternity care and pregnancy testing
  • ​​​​Travel health and vaccinations
  • Vaccinations and immune screening
  • Sexual health screening and treatment
  • Contraception
  • Mental health
  • Post-operative dressings and management

Referrals to other health providers

We can refer you to other health providers including community mental health teams HELP, Auckland Sexual Health Service, Pohutukawa, Epsom Day Unit, Auckland University Physiotherapy, AUT Integrated Health, Auckland City Hospital, North Shore Hospital, and specialist services with WDHB, ADHB and CMDHB

Using ConnectMed to book an appointment or access your health information online

​Once you have enrolled with AUT Student Medical Centre, you can use ConnectMed to book appointments and request repeat prescriptions online. ConnectMed is free online medical portal. To use it:

  • Ask at reception for a registration form
  • Bring ID (your student ID or driver's licence)
  • ConnectMed will email you a link – activate it within 7 days

AUT Student Medical Centre on ConnectMed website

After hours medical care

If you need medical care or advice after hours, you can go to an accident and urgent medical care. Use the Healthpoint website to find a healthcare provider near you.

Healthpoint we​bsite


In an emergency, dial 111 and ask for an ambulance.

Free nurse advice

​For 24/7 health advice from a registered nurse, call Healthline on 0800 611 116.

Contact us

Student Medical Centre
+64 9 921 9992 or 09 921 9998


  • City Campus:  WB129
  • North Campus: AX (AUT Health) building, 3 Akoranga Drive
  • South Campus: MB109 (Nurse only – 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday)


Find information about AUT’s response to Coronavirus on the AUT website.

Coronavirus update


If you have questions, you can submit them using our form.

South Campus students

If you're a domestic student studying at the South Campus and you need to see a doctor, AUT has arrangements with local medical practices for funded doctor consultations. You can find more information and contact details on our appointments page.

Book a medical centre appointment

Oral health clinic

AUT also operate an oral health clinic at AIH in Northcote.​ Check their website for more details.

AIH oral health services

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