Student Medical Centre

AUT's Student Medical Centre has three clinics located on each campus offering free to low-cost healthcare, in-person or virtual, to current AUT students.

You can register online. It means that the Student Medical Centre will be your main healthcare provider and your medical records will be transferred to us.

You don’t need to be sick to register with us - just fill in the online enrolment form or contact us on

Enrolment form

Locations and opening hours

City Clinic

City Campus Clinic

Location: WB219
8am to 4.30pm (Mon to Wed, Fri)
10am to 4.30pm (Thur)

Phone: +64 9 921 9992

North Shore Clinic

North Campus Clinic

Location: AE107
8.30am to 4pm (Mon and Wed)
11am to 4pm (Thur)

Phone: +64 9 921 9998

South Auckland Clinic

South Campus Clinic
(Nurse Clinic)

Location: MB109
9am to 4pm (Tue)

Phone: +64 9 921 9992

The clinics are closed weekends and public holidays.

Unfortunately, we can't offer medical services to students living outside New Zealand for safety reasons.

Important things to remember for your appointment

  • Bring your student ID to your appointment
  • It's required by NZ health officials to wear a mask when entering the Student Medical Centre. Disposable masks are provided at the entrance of each clinic - we ask you to be kind to our staff who are enforcing the rules
  • If you’re unwell with a cough, runny nose, shortness of breath or a temperature, call us on +64 9 921 9992 before entering the clinic

Already enrolled with the AUT Student Medical Centre?

Book your appointment here:


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Contact us

Call us if you need to see a doctor or a nurse or book an appointment online.

Phone: +64 9 921 9992



Appointments are free for domestic AUT students enrolled at the Student Medical Centre.

Fees may apply for other students.



Our clinics are closed weekends and public holidays. There are number of after-hours options depending on the emergency.

If your concerns are life-threatening dial 111 for an ambulance.