Middlemore is the largest hospital operated by Counties Manukau Health. We offer secondary-level (hospital and specialist) care and a selected range of community and domiciliary services for the population of Counties Manukau - the area that stretches from Otahuhu to Port Waikato.
We also provide niche specialist tertiary services for regional and national consumers in orthopaedic and plastic surgery, burns, spinal injury rehabilitation, renal dialysis, and neonatal intensive care.
Middlemore Hospital is one of the largest tertiary teaching hospitals in New Zealand. Annually, we admit more than 91,000 in-patients, and handle in excess of 354,000 day-patients and outpatient attendances. We employ around 4,700 staff (4,100 full time equivalents). Click on the following link for the Middlemore Hospital Way Finding Map
All Counties Manukau Health facilities are smoke free.
Inpatient services are also provided at our other facilities, which include Kidz First Children's Hospital, the Manukau Surgery Centre, Pukekohe Hospital, Franklin Memorial Hospital, Botany Downs Maternity Unit and Papakura Maternity Unit as well as dedicated mental health and rehabilitation units. Outpatient services are primarily provided at Manukau SuperClinic™ and Botany SuperClinic™.
Eligibility to publicly funded healthcare in New Zealand:
For detailed information on who is eligible for publicly funded healthcare in New Zealand click here.
Click on a service below for all contact details
- Acute Allied Health Team More Info
- Adult Rehabilitation & Health of Older People (ARHOP) More Info
- Adult Rehabilitation Service (Neurological) More Info
- Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine More Info
- Auckland Regional Burn Service/ National Burn Service More Info
- Birthing and Assessment (B & A) More Info
- Bone Density Service More Info
- Cardiology More Info
- Community Geriatric Services More Info
- Community Stroke Rehabilitation More Info
- Disability Services More Info
- Emergency Department More Info
- Endocrinology More Info
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology More Info
- General Surgery More Info
- Haematology Service - Clinical and Laboratory More Info
- Haumanu Pharmacy More Info
- Home Health Care More Info
- Infection Prevention and Control More Info
- Infectious Diseases More Info
- Intensive Care Unit & High Dependency Unit More Info
- Internal Medicine More Info
- Kidz First Neonatal Care More Info
- Koropiko (Mental Health Services for Older People) More Info
- Laboratory Services More Info
- Living Smokefree More Info
- Lymphoedema Service More Info
- Maaori (Maori) Health Provider Services More Info
- Maternity Services More Info
- Needs Assessment & Service Co-ordination (NASC) More Info
- Neurology More Info
- Nutrition and Dietetics More Info
- Obstetrics & Gynaecology More Info
- Occupational Therapy More Info
- Ophthalmology More Info
- Oral Health Service - Regional Service More Info
- Orthogeriatrics More Info
- Orthopaedics More Info
- Palliative Care Network More Info
- Palliative Care Services More Info
- Pharmacy More Info
- Physiotherapy More Info
- Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery More Info
- Radiology More Info
- Renal More Info
- Respiratory More Info
- Rheumatology More Info
- Services for Older People More Info
- Social Work More Info
- Speech Language Therapy More Info
- Stroke Service More Info
- The Memory Team More Info
- Tiaho Mai (Mental Health - Inpatient Unit) More Info
- Vascular Surgery More Info
- Violence Intervention Programme More Info
- Volunteers More Info
- Wound Care Service More Info
Private Bag 93311
Generally visiting hours are between 2pm and 8pm. Children are welcome, but need to be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
There are some specialised services in the hospital where visiting hours may vary, for example Delivery Suite, or Intensive Care. In these cases signs will be in place with the relevant information.
Partners in Care are close whaanau/family or friends chosen by our patients:
We welcome Partners in Care to our wards at all times. Please introduce yourself to our staff.
Sometimes there are reasons to restrict numbers by the bedside. Discussions with our clinical staff will clarify these times and our reasons. This can happen in any of our wards, but it is most likely to occur in our specialised areas.
Please ask at reception if you have any queries.
Counties Manukau Health provides patients and visitors with a number of convenient shopping facilities. On the ground floor, by the main entrance of the Hospital you will find ‘Paataka Place’ which includes the Haumanu Pharmacy, Send-a-Basket (florist) and a variety of food and beverage options.
For more information, visit Counties Manukau Health website
Middlemore Hospital is signposted from the following motorway exits:
From the North: Princes Street, Otahuhu
From the South: Papatoetoe/Otara (East Tamaki Road) Exit
From either direction: Massey Road
Click on the following link for the Middlemore Hospital
Access to public transport is available outside the Staff Entrance (Galbraith) on Hospital Road. There is a train station and bus stop. Time tables for these are available from the Information Desk at the Main Entrance.
Bus stops are situated just outside the Staff Entrance (Galbraith) on Hospital Rd.
For further bus information, see AT Timetables, or phone 09-366 6400 or toll-free on 0800 10 30 80 if outside the local calling area.
Middlemore Hospital is located next to the railway line with trains stopping frequently at the station outside the hospital. Click here for routes, timetables and more information.
Patients may be dropped off or picked up from outside the Hospital main entrance, which has a small number of free short-term parks reserved for this purpose only. Please consider others and remove cars as soon as possible.
Mobility Parking spaces can be located near most of the entrances around the hospital. Please ensure you display an authorised mobility parking pass at all times. Click here for more information about mobility parking at Counties Manukau DHB locations.
Parking for all other visitors is available in designated paid visitor parking spaces around the Middlemore Campus. There is a new public designated parking area beside the new Edmund Hillary Block. Please follow the signs and to enter the visitor car park insert your ticket barcode up. Remove the ticket and the barrier will rise.
Autopay stations are located throughout the carpark and Hospital main entrance. After validating your ticket you have 15 minutes to exit the carpark otherwise extra payment is required
Daily Parking Charges:
|0 - 15 minutes||FREE|
|15 minutes to 1 hour||$4.00|
|1 - 2 hours||$8.20|
|2 - 3 hours||$12.20|
|3 - 4 hours||$16.40|
|Over 4 hours||$20.40|
|Lost ticket fee||$40.80|
Free parking for 30 minutes between 2pm - 8pm
Between 2.00pm - 8.00pm visitors can park for 30 minutes with no charge. The visitor must leave within the 30 minutes otherwise normal rates apply.
Hours of operation: 24 hours per day / 7 days a week
Information and booking facilities for relatives' accommodation can be discussed with the Charge Nurse/Midwife to see if it is possible.
Whare Rapuora offers accommodation to all cultures for family who need to stay. Your nurse and the Cultural Resource Unit can organise this. Payment is by koha. For bookings phone the Middlemore Hospital operator on 09-276 0000.
Click here to view motels and hotels close to Middlemore Hospital.
Medicines prescribed while patients are in hospital are supplied by the Hospital Pharmacy.
The Hospital Pharmacy does not fill prescriptions when patients are discharged. The closest Community Pharmacy is located at Middlemore Hospital near the Main Entrance.
Security officers are on duty 24 hours per day and patrol all hospital areas. Security staff are always available during the evenings and at night. Most of the entrances are locked at night, and the main entrance to the Hospital is where visitors should access the hospital.
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Accounts Receivable Office - Hospital Fees/Charges
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The hospital chaplains are an integral part of the Middlemore Hospital healthcare teams, and have been theologically and clinically trained to work for the health, and spiritual nurturement of patients, their families/whaanau, and staff members.…
Feedback - Complaints
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Interpreting and Translation Services (ITS)
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Middlemore Hospital has a variety of volunteer roles and over the next months will be expanding numbers to an army of volunteers assisting all over the hospital. …
Public coin and card operated phones can be located at the following locations:
- Main Hospital Entrance
- Galbraith Building Entrance
- Emergency Department
- All ward levels
Hospital TV Hire
Patients can hire TV sets during their stay in hospital. Hireage options for all wards in the AMC Building and Edmund Hillary Building are as follows.
20 Channels including 9 SKY Channels
First week $8 per night
Second week onwards $5 per night
Monthly rate only at $99 per month (you can hire SKY for less than a month however you will be charged the full monthly rate.)
Cash, cheque, credit cards accepted. Payment is required when TV is turned on.
To order a TV please contact (09) 522 2211 between 3pm and 7pm, 7 days a week.
Automatic Teller Machines (ATM)
There are two ATMs available to make cash withdrawals and deposits. These machines are serviced by the National Bank and the ASB. Most cards are accepted. These machines are located in the hospital's main entrance foyer by the payment machines for car parking.
Good hand hygiene reduces the risk of spreading germs. When you come into the hospital please use the free hand gel that is installed outside the lifts, patient areas and wards.
(09) 276 0000 (All Departments)
Patient Enquiries (09) 276 5004
Information or Visiting Hours (09) 270 4799
Outpatient appointments & surgical booking enquiries:
Ph (09) 277 1660 | Fax (09) 277 1600
Emergency Department: Open 24 hours / 7 days, Phone (09) 276 0000
Private Bag 93311