Please be aware that outpatient appointments may be delayed due to the impacts of the COVID-19 surge. More info can be found here.
If you have a hospital admission or outpatient appointment at Middlemore or Kidz First Children's Hospital
Physical address: 100 Hospital Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland.
Parking is limited at Middlemore Hospital. Please consider using public transport. The main entrance to the Middlemore Hospital site is on Hospital Road. The bus stop and train station are located outside Galbraith Building entrance which is on Hosptial Road. Once in the main entrance check the wayfinding board for directions to different services within the hospital.
Vehicle access for parking at Middlemore Hospital is through the Main Gate 1 on Hospital Road. There are 6 car park zones and signs will direct you to the one closest to your destination.
Kidz First Hospital entrance is through South Gate 2. Parking sites outside the Kidz First Hospital entrance is specially provided for caregivers/parents who have patients in Kidz First. You do need to display a parking permit to use this carpark or risk your car being towed. However, you will not be guaranteed a place if parking spaces have all been taken.
Click here for a map of Middlemore Hospital (PDF, 4.9 MB)
A free shuttle service runs every hour and half hour between Middlemore Hospital and Manukau SuperClinic. Click here for more information.
A Monday to Friday shuttle service is operated by St John in some areas of Counties Manukau. The service is free (koha/donations are welcome) and staffed with reliable, fully-trained drivers that pick up patients, take them to their appointment, and drop them home safely again. For more information about the shuttle, call toll free on 0800 9252 672 (0800 WAKA ORA) or click here for more information.
Daily train and bus services operate regularly through the day. The bus stop and train station is located directly outside the Hospital Road entrance.
For further bus and train information, Auckland Transport (AT) Journey Planner, or phone 09-366 6400 or toll-free on 0800 10 30 80 if outside the local calling area.