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Department of Women's Health, Te Whatu Ora Waitematā


Monday 7:00am - 3:30pm 
Tuesday 7:00am - 3:30pm
Wednesday 7:00am - 3:30pm
Thursday  7:00am - 3:30pm
Friday  7:00am - 3:30pm 


  • Early surgical abortion - up to 14 weeks
  • Later medical abortion - 13-22 weeks

What do I need to do to have an abortion here? 

You can self-refer to this service. 

Call 021 631 711 or email PregnancyTerminationOptions@waitematadhb.govt.nz.

Email your name, date of birth, NHI number (if known), and safe contact details.

If you are a North or West Auckland resident and require an early medical abortion, you'll be referred to Auckland Medical Aid Centre or Epsom Day Unit, or you can contact them directly.

What will it cost? 

Cost for New Zealand citizen/resident 

Free abortion services to any pregnant person eligible for publicly funded healthcare in New Zealand and lives in the Te Whatu Ora Waitematā district. There may be prescription fees and costs for ultrasound. 

  • More information


    There are steps or a ramp to the main entrance of the hospital. The clinic is on the second floor and there is lift access to the clinic. The lift has braille buttons. 

    The clinic has a wheelchair accessible lift. 

    Mobility parking is available at the main entrance next to the ramp. Public parking is opposite the tower block of the main building. 

    Translation Services 

    Translation services are available. Please let the clinic know that you will need translation support. 


    Other locations nearby are Hine Ora Ward. 

    Female practitioner 

    There is a female practitioner available at this clinic. 


    Contraception available through this clinic.

    • Contraception prescriptions.
    • IUD or IUS devices can be inserted when you have a surgical abortion.
    • Free contraception is offered post-abortion. 


    Abortion decision counselling is available virtually. Pre abortion counselling is available in person and virtually. 

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