Student Health

Measles—Get your free measles shot

There have been several cases of the measles recently. Measles is a highly contagious disease.

Contact Student Health for an appointment to have the free vaccine at Kelburn or Pipitea.

It is free for all students, safe and effective, and there is no risk of having too many doses.

*The MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination is not recommended in pregnancy or for people who are immunosuppressed.

Student Health dates for 2016

Student Health is closed at all campuses on weekends, public holidays, and a few other days in the year for planning and training purposes.

View the list of dates for 2016.

Te Taunaki—temporary closure

Because of ongoing construction activity at Rutherford House, Student Services at Te Taunaki, Mezzanine Floor, Rutherford House will be closed from 5pm, Monday the 14th of November 2016.

All Student Health and Student Counselling appointments booked after that date still stand but have been moved to Mauri Ora, Level 1, Student Union Building, Kelburn Campus.

Te Taunaki will reopen at the latest on Monday, 30 January 2017 at 8.30am. Check this website for an earlier opening date.

If you have any queries phone 04 463 5308 (Health and Counselling)


In an emergency

If there is an emergency, phone 111 and/or 8888 (on campus).

For urgent medical attention please use the Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre—17 Adelaide Road, Newtown, phone 384 4944.

You can also phone Healthline on 0800 611 116 for free advice from a registered nurse 24 hours a day.


Important Forms

PHO Enrolment Information
Important information and Health information privacy statement. (PDF, 202KB)
PHO Enrolment Form
Enrolment form for Student Health. (PDF, 47KB)
International StudentSafe Insurance
Insurance information for international students. (PDF, 700KB)

Accreditation

Student Health is accredited by

Cornerstone

Enrol with the PHO at Student Health

Read about the many benefits of enrolling with us.

CALM

CALM : Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind

The CALM website (© University of Auckland) has been developed to help you manage stress, anxiety, depression, build healthy releationships and find meaning to life. Try it—it's free and easy to use.

When 'I' is replaced by 'we' illness becomes wellness

Anamata Cafe

Clinics and advice for everyone.

New to Victoria University? Want free doctor visits?

If you are a New Zealand resident and enrol in the PHO with Student Health the majority of your visits will be free.