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District Health Boards

Auckland DHB

Hospitals:

Auckland City & Starship Hospitals

 

 

Auckland City Hospital campus includes the former National Womens & Greenlane Hospital Inpatient services

Park Road, Grafton, Auckland, 1023
Ph 09 367 0000 or ddi 09 307 4949 Fax 09 375 7069
PO Box 92024, Auckland Mail Centre, Auckland 1142

 

Greenlane Clinical Centre

Cnr Greenlane Rd West & Manukau Rds, Epsom, 1003
PO Box 26 417, Epsom, Auckland 1003
Ph 09 630 9943 or ddi 09 307 4949

 

Clinical Services:

  • Auckland City Hospital services see the ACH directory.
  • Greenlane Clinical Centre services see the GLCC directory.
  • Starship Hospital services click here

Parking

Paid car parking is available at both Auckland City and Greenlane Clinical Centre sites operated by Wilson parking. For fees see Auckland and Greenlane web pages.

Maps

The ADHB website has several maps including the Grafton campus and Grafton campus department floor plan / directory.  Also the Greenlane campus and its department / floor plan

Loading Dock

The Auckland City Hospital loading dock is located outside Sterile Supplies Services (SSS) department (opposite the main carpark).  This gives access to all departments within the new Auckland City Hospital and Starship Hospital. Entrance is via gate 4 off Grafton Road.

Please note that Inwards Goods department is in a seperate building which is not connected to the main hospital.

Purchasing Department:

This is located in building 10 at the Greenlane Clinical Centre campus.

There are three clinical product co-ordinators for ADHB.

Ph (09) 630 9943 xtn 4905

Ph (09) 630 9943 xtn 4263

Ph (09) 630 9943 xtn 4157

Health Alliance has taken over National DHB Procurement as of July 1st 2014. For more information visit their website here

Supplier Code of Conduct:

A Supplier Code of Conduct form has been produced by Health Alliance and can be found here

New Equipment Policy:

Companies wishing to introduce new medical products into ADHB must have a WAND number for the product and submit a completed PEHNZ form to, and discuss with, a Clinical Product Co-ordinator before proceeding.

All electrically operated medical equipment must comply with the AS/NZS 3000 electrical standard and be tested by ADHB biomedical engineers prior to being placed in clinical areas.

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