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National Women's Health

 At National Women's Health in Auckland City Hospital, we provide high quality health services for women who need maternity, newborn, gynaecology and fertility care. Our services are provided on two sites - Level 9 and 10 of Auckland City Hospital (ACH) in Grafton and the Greenlane Clinical Centre (GLCC) in Greenlane.

Part of our role as New Zealand's leading women's health provider is to assist the ongoing development of evidence based knowledge with world-class teaching and research activities.

The Auckland District Health Board is responsible for delivering health and disability services to almost 500,000 people in the Auckland Region and to people from all over New Zealand.

Our focus is on achieving the best possible health outcomes for you, your child and family.

Take a moment to check out this fantastic video on safe sleeping during pregnancy:

Compliments, complaints or feedback

 If you have a feedback about a service or care that you or a family member received at Auckland DHB, please let us know. We welcome all constructive feedback because without it we cannot continually improve our services or share positive stories with staff.

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New & Updates

Women's Health New Website

Exciting news! Women's Health at Auckland City Hospital is getting a website upgrade. Watch this space for information on when we will be going live with our new and improved site.

Outbreak Alert:

 Whooping cough (Pertussis) is highly infection and can be very serious for babies and young children. Whooping cough can cause severe coughing attacks and may lead to serious complications, like pneumonia and brain damage.

In response to the latest outbreak, one of the best ways you can help is to ensure both you and your baby are vaccinated against whooping cough (pertussis). 

Getting vaccinated between 28 and 38 weeks of pregnancy means you will give your immunity to your baby, which will provide protection for them when they’re most at risk (in the first six weeks after birth, before your baby can get vaccinated). Research shows vaccination during pregnancy is safe and effective.

After your baby is born, they then need to be vaccinated at six weeks, three months and five months, with booster shots for older children at four years and 11 years of age. It’s also important to check that your baby’s brothers and sisters have up to date whooping cough vaccinations – a GP can provide a catch-up does if required.

Vaccination for all children is free, and women in their last three months of every pregnancy can now also have free vaccination from their GP.

For more information about Whooping Cough, check out:

For more information about vaccination, talk to your midwife, nurse or doctor, or you can get further advice from: 

•          Auckland Regional Public Health Services

•          Immunisation Advisory Centre or freephone 0800 466 863

•          Call Health Line 24/7 on freephone 0800 611 116

  • New Zealand's leading maternity hospital
    Every year around 7,000 babies are born at our Labour and Birthing Suite. We provide Lead Maternity Carer services as well as specialist services for women with complications in their pregnancy.
    Gynaecology and Fertility Services
    National Women's Health provides comprehensive gynaecological treatment and fertility services. Depending on your needs, we provide inpatient care, outpatient clinics and day surgery.
    Newborn Services

    On level 9 of Auckland City Hospital are located the Newborn Services. Babies who are born prematurely or have serious health problems are cared for in this unit.


Your feedback is always welcome. Please get in touch on our feedback page.

National Women's Health
Phone: 09 307 4949
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