Starship Paediatric Infectious Diseases Service
The Infectious Diseases Service provides care for children with complex, severe or chronic infectious diseases such as bacterial meningitis, tuberculosis, HIV, newborn infections and rheumatic fever.
The service has an important liaison role with Public Health, Microbiology and Infection Control services. It also provides management and co-ordination for regional children's tuberculosis, HIV and rheumatic fever services.
A national consultation service is provided for paediatricians, other specialist paediatric services, hospitals and policy makers.
Children are referred to the Infectious Diseases outpatient clinics by their primary care doctor (GP) or specialist for the treatment of persistent or recurrent infections, immunisation issues, tuberculosis, travel and immigrant health.
An inpatient service is also provided within Starship Children's Health for those children who require a stay in hospital.
(09) 638 0400 or 0800 PATIENT 0800 728 436 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 24 hours / 7 days, Phone (09) 307 4902
GP/External Specialist Help Desk:
2 Park Road
2 Park Road
Starship Child Health
Private Bag 92 024
Auckland Mail Centre
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This page was last updated at 10:16AM on October 18, 2017. This information is reviewed and edited by Starship Paediatric Infectious Diseases Service.