The largest hospital in New Zealand is Auckland City Hospital. The ER alone treats around 47,000 patients each year, and has a special facility for children in need of urgent care. Auckland City Hospital as it stands today represents a long history of medical care and innovation in New Zealand. Following an extensive renovation from 2000 to 2003, today’s Auckland City Hospital site is made up of four hospitals: Auckland Hospital, Starship, Green Lane Hospital and the National Women’s Hospital.
Auckland City Hospital offers virtually every medical service one could require, and thanks to the renovations, the environment in which some of the South Pacific’s finest medical technology is showcased in a welcoming environment for both patients and visitors. The hospital is easily accessible from all of Auckland and the surrounding area. A number of buses stop on Park Road near the hospital’s main entrance, and there is plenty of parking on offer for cars. A shuttle bus operates to move visitors and ambulatory patients around the site.
Address: 2 Park Road, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
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