About Us

The Health Connections team are youth health experts.

We provide free health services to under 25’s when you sign up with us.

Call us to have a chat 022 4288 396

We can help you with general health, sexual health and mental health.

These are our Opening Hours.

Call us to make an appointment or drop in and see one of the Health Connections team.


9am – 5pm


9am – 5pm


9am – 5pm


9am – 5pm


9am – 4pm





When we are closed you can call Healthline 0800 611 116 or visit:

White Cross Clinics Otahuhu

(8am – 10pm. Opening hours may differ on public holidays)
15 – 23 Station Road, Otahuhu

Phone: 09 276 3000

Always call 111 if it is an emergency

Our Services

Health Connections deliver lots of different health services.

These include things that can help with your general health, sexual health and mental health.

There are lots of things that Health Connections do. These include giving you vaccinations, doing tests like taking blood and connecting you to other health people that can help when needed.

We can deliver services in person – where you come to see us at one of our clinics, or over the phone and by video conference.


Want to sign up with Health Connections?

Print and complete the Patient Enrolment form below:

Signed up with us and want to see your Health information Online?

Call us to find out how to get your login details to access your Health Information. You will need an email address so we can send you send your Login details.

Phone us now to get your Login Details

022 4288 396

Meet our Health Team

How much does is cost to see the Health Connections team?

Health care in New Zealand/Aotearoa is not free to everyone and we know that having to pay can stop you coming to see us.

Health Connections services are free to young people who are signed up with us.

If you are NOT signed up with Health Connections, this is how much your visits cost:

Under 13 Years
14 years – 18 years
19 years – 25 years

We do ask that if you can pay you donate to our Give A Little page. The money donated is used to make sure we stay free to young people.

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Here's another free online tool our rangatahi can use when they are working through a problem or problems. It's called Aunty Dee. It doesn’t matter what the problem is, you can use it to help you work through one problem, or many problems. Use it over and over again – it’s completely up to you. You can use Aunty Dee on your mobile phone, tablet, laptop or personal computer. Because it’s a web-based tool, there are no big apps to download that use up your device’s storage space or your precious data.

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We are aware there is a graphic video depicting suicide doing the rounds on social media (particularly TikTok) and we know it has caused considerable distress for some viewers. Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 to chat with a trained counsellor or contact Youthline on 0800 376 633 or free text 234.

Please avoid TikTok and other social media if you need to (now and at any time). Your mental health and safety are precious and we want you to know that. If you've seen it and feel distressed, angry, upset or anything else, know your reaction is human and you deserve help and support.

Do not share this video or places where it can be found under any circumstances. We advise parents and caregivers to be extra vigilant when monitoring social media at the moment.

Police, Netsafe, social media platforms and other authorities are working hard to remove the video but this will take time. Until then, it's up to us to step in and take care of each other.

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Health Connections can provide vaccinations...give us a call 0224288396

Are you up to date with your immunisations?

If you’re between 15 and 30 years old and you haven’t had your MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine or you’re not sure, get immunised. It’s free and includes your appointment with the nurse.

Measles spreads fast. It can make you very sick and affect your health for the rest of your life. Some people even die from measles. Find out more at www.health.govt.nz/uptodate

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Our Locations



Health Connections - Papatoetoe, Auckland

Health Connections - Grey Lynn, Auckland

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