|›||infections after surgery|
|›||travel associated infections such as malaria, dengue and typhoid|
|›||tuberculosis involving organs other than the lungs|
|›||infections after organ/bone marrow transplants or in people whose immune system is suppressed for other reasons|
|›||infections that will require prolonged intravenous antibiotic treatment that we can often arrange to give at home – OPIVA service.|
Auckland DHB Infectious Diseases
The Infectious Diseases Service is available for consultation 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The Community HIV Team is available from Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
Procedures / Treatments
What to expect? If your general practitioner (GP) feels you require an urgent assessment for an infectious disease problem they will discuss this with one of the infectious diseases doctors and you will be seen at Auckland City Hospital.… More
What to expect? If your general practitioner (GP) feels you require a non urgent assessment you will be referred to our outpatient clinic.… More
Community HIV Team
This team consists of Nurse Specialists and a Social Worker who provide a free, confidential service to adults and children affected by HIV, Monday - Friday (9am - 5pm). The service is very much patient-directed and is available to people in hospital, the community and at outpatient clinics.… More
Outpatient Intravenous Antibiotic (OPIVA) Service
The OPIVA Service provides assessment, training and ongoing support for patients requiring an extended period (usually 2-6 weeks) of intravenous antibiotic treatment.… More
Persons not ordinarily resident in New Zealand will be required to pay the full cost of their treatment. If you are not a New Zealand Resident, or were not born in New Zealand, please bring your passport to your appointment.
- Outpatients Clinics Map (PDF, 117.8 KB)
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|Infectious Diseases Guidelines/References|