Costs and appointments at Student Medical Centres

Bring your student or staff ID to each appointment. Tell us if any of your contact details have changed (our database is separate to Arion). Services are available for current students

Costs and consultation fees

Here's an overview of the costs for doctor and nurse services at AUT's Student Medical Centres.

Patient
Cost of routine consultation
Doctor
Nurse
Current domestic student enrolled at Student Medical Centre
Free
Free
Current domestic student NOT enrolled at Student Medical Centre as primary health provider
NZ$ 40
NZ$ 15
Current international student
NZ$ 40
NZ$ 15
Staff currently enrolled at AUT Student Medical Centre*
NZ$ 18
NZ$ 10
Staff casual NOT enrolled at AUT Student Medical Centre
NZ$ 60
NZ$ 22

*No new enrolments for staff are being accepted from 1 July 2018. Current enrolled staff can continue to attend the doctors. Non-enrolled staff will only be seen in an emergency.

All staff can access the Medical Centre for flu vaccination by appointment. 

Domestic students

If you enrol with us as your primary healthcare provider, routine consultations are free. Costs may apply for vaccinations, and some procedures and treatments – ask us for details.

Don't wait until you're sick to enrol with us. Come in with your student ID and fill out the simple enrolment form. 

International students

If you have AUT Studentsafe university insurance or Unicare insurance and your medical condition is covered by your policy, ask ask about billing your insurer directly.

Appointments

You can make an appointment if you are a current student or staff member at AUT.

Make an appointment

Phone us or drop into a centre to make an appointment. 

Bring your student or staff ID card with you. 

City Campus
WB219
8am-4.30pm (Mon-Wed, Fri)
10am-4.30pm (Thu)
Phone: 09 921 9992
North Campus
AX100 (3 Akoranga Drive, Northcote)
8am-4pm (Mon-Wed, Fri)
10am-4pm (Thu)
Phone: 09 921 9998

We are open on weekdays and closed on public and university holidays (including the ‘closedown’ period).

How to pay

You must pay for your consultation on the day of your appointment. You can pay by:

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Eftpos
  • MasterCard and Visa