Women's Health at Auckland City Hospital provides high quality health services for women who need maternity, new-born, gynaecology and fertility care. Our specialist teams are here to ensure our patients and their whānau get the best possible care with the best possible outcomes. 

We are committed to providing a quality and culturally appropriate service for all women, and we value our partnership with Māori in delivering services which reflect Kaupapa Māorii to meet the needs of wahine and whānau. 

Our National Women's Hospital at Auckland DHB is the largest maternity hospital in Australasia, with approximately 6,500 babies born each year; we are a tertiary referral centre whilst also providing primary maternity care to women in the central Auckland area. Our services are spread across the region to include community clinics, women’s homes, outpatient clinics and hospital care.

We’re a collaborative, passionate and hardworking team made up of specialist doctors, nurses, midwives, gynaecologists, health care assistants, ward clerks and team administrators. We understand these experiences for our women form key milestones within their lives and therefore strive to achieve our vision of Healthy communities – World-class healthcare – Achieved together.

We’re proudly developing a strong and well supported culture of learning and innovation, promoting diversity and developing new career pathways for our employees that acknowledge and reward their expertise whilst promoting post graduate study to enhance and further career opportunities.

Learning and Development

We're investing in you

We demonstrate a clear pathway to learn and develop professionally across a range of speciality midwifery practices, including clinical expertise, education, research and leadership

Keeping our fingers on the pulse

Guest lectures

We host informative multidisciplinary education sessions across a range of topical subjects

Unrivalled on the job experiences

Largest new-born unit in Australasia

Our new-born service which cares for premature and sick babies receives 1,600 admissions a year, making it the largest new-born unit in Australasia. Offering an unrivalled breadth of cases, giving our staff enormous growth and development.

Celebrating Achievements

Nursing and Midwifery awards

Our Nursing and midwifery awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise and celebrate the awesome work our nurses and midwives do everyday. A recent Women’s Health Nursing and Midwifery award recognised Urmila Singh, Staff nurse within gynaecology. "Urmila is a truly patient orientated person, aware of cultural safety and whānau involvement in care. Urmila delivers excellent patient care and always goes beyond the call of duty to identify patients’ needs and how the service cab meet those needs"

Excellence in Research

Health Excellence awards

We recognise the incredible contribution our amazing people deliver to their patients through a number of different accolades, including our annual Health Excellence awards and the A+ Trust Nursing and Midwifery awards.

The project team of “Intrauterine insemination (IUI)” won excellence in Research at our Health Excellence awards.

This is the first clinical trial with clomiphene citrate to show benefit when compared to expectant management. The results offer hope to couples trying to conceive as IUI is a simpler treatment than IVF. Through this continued research we hope to show in future that three cycles of IUI is similar to one completed cycle of IVF.

We'd love to speak with you today.

For a confidential conversation please connect with our recruitment consultant Yvonne 09 307 4949 using extension x28715 or YReyes@adhb.govt.nz