The Student Health Service: Hauora Ākonga
Welcome! Nau mai! Ko tā mātou he whakaratonga hauora ki te hunga ākonga kua whakaurua ki Te Whare Wānanga.
We provide a General Practice service for students currently enrolled with the University.
We are excited to have our brand new campus in Tauranga. Find out about the health services provided at the Tauranga campus.
Update - Student Health Services’
We are now back in our refurbished building.
Student Health Centre
Gate 1 Knighton Road
Please call 07 838 4037 for all appointments and student support.
Please see the map below:
Our multi-disciplinary health team consists of:
- Registered nurses, doctors and a nurse practitioner
- Mental health nurses
- Violence prevention coordinator
- Health promotion coordinator
- Administration team
- Chaplaincy service
Enrolment with the Student Health Service
Domestic students can enrol with the Student Health Clinic. Enrolling with the clinic entitles students to $10 consultations and free repeat prescriptions.
Current domestic students not enrolled with the Student Health Clinic pay $30 per consultation or $18.50 if they have a Community Services Card.
International student fees are $45 per consultation and are covered by their compulsory health insurance, subject to the conditions of that policy (see the International Students page).
Extra charges apply to all students for specific medical examinations (insurance, pre-employment, driving etc), travel vaccines, minor surgery, IUD and Jadelle fittings.
Non-attendance Fee: $10
Manage My Health
If you are enrolled with Student Health Clinic, please consider registering with the online patient portal, Manage My Health.
This enables you to make appointments, request repeat prescriptions and seek health advice by email from our doctors and nurses.
If you are unwell and would like to see any of our health professionals, you can make an appointment:
- Phone 07-838-4037
- Online via Manage My Health patient portal if you have signed up and are an enrolled patient
- At the reception desk, if you are unable to call first
Our doctors and nurses do have some same-day appointments. Depending on your health issues you may be offered an appointment on another day or advised to drop into the Health Centre.
Our nurses are able to manage many everyday health concerns like sore throats, urinary tract infections and sexually transmitted infections. You can call us and talk to one of our team of friendly and very experienced nurses.
Our mental health nurses also run a drop-in clinic between 1-3pm every day.
You are welcome to bring a support person to any of your appointments.
Medical Emergencies on Campus
If you experience a medical emergency, dial 111 and notify security on extension 4444 (07 838 4444).