Auckland DHB (ADHB) Community Team Midwives
Congratulations on your pregnancy! We wish you well in your pregnancy and for the birth of your baby or babies.
Pregnancy is a time for considering a range of options and making choices. All pregnant women are expected to choose a Lead Maternity Carer (LMC) to co-ordinate their care during pregnancy, birth and after the baby is born. The LMC you choose may provide all your maternity care, or may share your care with one or more practitioners.
If you choose a ADHB National Women's midwife as your lead maternity carer (LMC) we can offer you a comprehensive range of quality services and expertise based on choice, consistency and continuity.
At ADHB National Women's we recognise our partnership with Maori in developing services which sensitively and effectively meet the needs of Maori women. We also have a commitment to providing a quality service for the many different cultural groupings represented by women using the ADHB National Women's maternity service.
ADHB National Women's staff are available to support and assist women and to answer any questions.
An interpreting service is available.
At ADHB National Women's our experienced staff have a range of skills and expertise:
- Midwives: provide care during pregnancy, labour, birth and after the baby is born.
- Obstetricians: doctors who can provide care during pregnancy and birth but who specialise in the care of women whose pregnancy, labour or birth becomes complicated.
- Paediatricians: doctors who specialise in the care of babies, particularly those who are unwell or have special needs.
- Physicians: doctors who specialise in medical complications during pregnancy, birth and postnatally.
- Anaesthetists: doctors who give anaesthetics including epidurals for childbirth.
- Registrars: doctors training to be obstetricians, paediatricians or anaesthetists under supervision from a specialist.
- House Officers: doctors gaining experience in maternity care or paediatrics under specialist supervision.
- Nurses: work with midwives in some areas of the maternity service to provide care to women and babies.
- Neonatal nurses and neonatal nurse practitioners: look after newborn babies requiring specialist care.
- Social Workers: provide counselling and assistance for individuals, couples and families.
- Physiotherapists: provide a service to women experiencing physical problems related to pregnancy.
- Lactation Consultants: provide education and support for staff who assist women with breastfeeding and help mothers and babies when there are feeding difficulties, for example a premature or unwell baby.
- For information on Auckland DHB Pregnancy and Parenting Education (Antenatal Classes)
National Women's Website:
How To Make An Appointment
Please make an appointment with your general practitioner who will then refer you to our community team for maternity care.
Alternatively, you can contact the Walk-in Centre and speak with one of our midwives who will discuss your choices for care during your pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal period.
The centre is open for walk-in visits (no appointment needed) Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 2.00pm (closed on public holidays). You can leave a phone or email message at any time. Please listen to the Walk-in Centre phone message carefully. Leave your contact details and we will call you back by the following day.
Walk-in Centre Location and contact details
- Open for Walk-in Visits: Monday to Friday, 10am - 2pm, Maternity Outpatients, Building 4, 6th floor, Greenlane Clinical Centre, Greenlane
- Address: 214 Green Lane West, One Tree Hill, Auckland,1051
- Phone: (09) 623 6455
- Freephone: 0800 4BIRTH (0800 424 784)
Once your information is received by ADHB National Women's, expect to be contacted by a midwife within two weeks for an appointment.
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- Parking charges apply if you park in the hospital grounds.
- Pay parking for visitors and patients is available in the Visitors' Carpark - Carpark A (use the Park Road entrance and follow the signs).
- A 5-minute drop off area is located outside the Main Entrance.
When you are in labour and need to be dropped off at the hospital, there is drop off parking at the entrance to the hospital at Level 4. The driver can temporarily leave the car and escort you to the Labour and Birthing Suite, but then must return to the car and find parking elsewhere. It’s a good idea to leave a note on the car dashboard or let a security guard know that the car will be moved shortly.
For all visitors and patients there is carparking on the Auckland City Hospital site. The carpark charges are shown by clicking the link above. A limited amount of short term free parking is available in the Auckland Domain and there is Pay and Display parking in the streets around the hospital.
(09) 367 0000 Extension 28258 to leave message (cleared 3 times daily)
(09) 631 1475
To provide your details for booking your pregnancy care with an Auckland District Health Board employed community midwife, please phone the walk-in-centre on (09) 367 0000 Extension 27549.
214 Green Lane West
One Tree Hill
214 Green Lane West
One Tree Hill
Private Bag 92 189
Auckland Mail Centre
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This page was last updated at 2:07PM on March 11, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Auckland DHB (ADHB) Community Team Midwives.