Auckland Obstetric Centre
Private Service, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Maternity, Paediatrics
Pregnancy and childbirth are exciting and life changing experiences. At the Auckland Obstetric Centre we understand just how special this time is for both mother and baby.
AOC is a unique practice made up of specialist obstetricians and support staff. We work as a team sharing patient care and expertise to provide the highest standard of pregnancy and birth care.
AOC provides a full range of care including antenatal, labour, birth and postnatal care.
We also have a paediatrician based at our centre and close links with physiotherapists, lactation consultants, psychologists and midwives to provide complete pregnancy care.
You may book at AOC at any stage of your pregnancy, either for full pregnancy care or for a one-off consultation. You do not need a doctor's referral to book with us, but we are happy to accept referrals from GPs or midwives.
We like to see you for your initial booking visit at about your 9th week. This appointment takes 45 minutes. Please contact us early in your pregnancy preferably at about your 6th to 7th week to ensure a suitable booking time.
We offer a set fee which is all-inclusive, regardless of pregnancy complications or how your baby is born. Our fee also includes postnatal midwifery visits and your six week postnatal check-up. The fee for full pregnancy care can be paid by instalments during your pregnancy.
|Mon – Fri||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Outside these hours, AOC patients with urgent obstetric problems can also call the duty doctor on 09 367 1200.
Services / Procedures / Treatments / Common Conditions
Antenatal Care - Introduction
As a group practice we have a team approach, sharing expertise and patient care.… More
Antenatal Care - First Trimester
When you phone AOC to make a booking we will usually arrange your first consultation for about your 8th to 9th week.… More
Antenatal Care - Second Trimester
Most women are aware of a "bump" from about 12 to 14 weeks after their last period but at first it may only be obvious at the end of the day.… More
Antenatal Care - Third Trimester
During the third trimester we are seeing you in clinic every two weeks and then weekly from 35 weeks.… More
Obstetric ultrasound refers to the specialised use of this technique to produce a picture of your unborn baby while it is inside your uterus (womb).… More
This test is usually done at between 15 and 17 weeks of pregnancy.… More
Chorionic Villus Sampling
This is similar to amniocentesis but it can be done a couple of weeks earlier in pregnancy.… More
Toxaemia of Pregnancy (pre-eclampsia)
Toxaemia of pregnancy or pre-eclampsia is a condition that occurs in some women during the second half of pregnancy.… More
Gestation is the length of a pregnancy from conception to birth (usually 40 weeks in humans).… More
Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR)
In a very small number of pregnancies, the baby may not grow as well as in a normal pregnancy.… More
Care During Labour and Birth
Women we look after at AOC deliver in the new Labour and Birthing Unit of National Women's Health at Auckland City Hospital.… More
An epidural is a type of anaesthetic (medication that stops pain and feeling) that makes your lower body numb without putting you to sleep.… More
Induction of Labour
Induction of labour is the process of starting labour artificially.… More
If you are not progressing in labour or there is concern about baby's well being an emergency caesarean section may be required.… More
A foetus is the name given to an unborn baby after the eighth week of pregnancy until birth.… More
A premature baby is one that is born before 37 weeks’ gestation (the length of a pregnancy from conception to birth).… More
The postpartum (also called postnatal) period is the time after the birth of a baby.… More
About one in every six couples in New Zealand will experience infertility.… More
Most women who deliver at Auckland City Hospital will transfer to Birthcare about three to four hours after their baby is born and then stay for two to three days.… More
Allocated parking is available outside and under the building. Please allow extra time before your appointment in case the car park is full. Pay and display is available at the Museum.
(09) 367 1200
(09) 367 1201
20 Titoki Street
20 Titoki Street
PO Box 109 276
Was this page helpful?
This page was last updated at 1:38PM on September 10, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Auckland Obstetric Centre.