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University Health & Counselling Service

Primary Healthcare Service


University of Auckland Epsom Campus, 60 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland


The University Health & Counselling Service provides a comprehensive health care service to ensure the health and wellbeing of our students during their University journey.  We have a skilled and experienced team committed to providing quality primary health care across the three Auckland campuses.

Continuity of care is essential for best health care therefore domestic students are encouraged to enrol with us while you are studying.  If you are sick when you are home during the holidays, you can still go to another General Practice however you will be treated as a casual patient at their practice.

International students are also eligible to use our service  We encourage you to register with us at the beginning of your study.

See below for our GP and health services or click here for more information about our counselling services.

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University of Auckland Epsom Campus, 60 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland

Mon8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Thu8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Clinics may not always be open during semester breaks




After Hours Phone Service: call 0800 698 427. Assistance from a Registered Nurse by phone is available all night, on weekends and public holidays and any time the practice is closed (including Christmas Day).



Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.

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University Health & Counselling Service is a 'very low cost access' provider available to enrolled students. Ministry of Health funding for your primary health care comes via a Primary Health Organisation (PHO) to our medical centre. You must be enrolled at this medical centre to access funding benefits.  


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R Block, Gate 4
60 Epsom Avenue
Auckland 1023

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R Block, Gate 4
60 Epsom Avenue
Auckland 1023

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University of Auckland City Campus, 2 Alfred Street, Auckland

Central Auckland

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This page was last updated at 9:43AM on June 16, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by University Health & Counselling Service.