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The health and medical services at Massey University are available to all students. Distance students can contact any campus clinic to make an appointment. Our dedicated team of medical professionals provide a high standard of care at all times. All students receive competent, compassionate and confidential service.
We encourage all students to enrol at the clinic and register it as their main health care provider. Registered students then pay the subsidised rates for services. Students who choose not to register can still access the services at full rates. Find out how to register with a campus clinic.
To make an appointment to see a medical professional, please call or email your campus clinic.
+64 4 979 3030 extn: 63030 | firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to cancel your appointment, you must let us know at least two hours before your scheduled appointment. You can do this by email or phone. If you don't let us know, you'll need to pay a $10.00 'Did not attend' fee.
If you need to see someone in an emergency, please let the clinic receptionist know immediately or dial 111.
For general health advice and information, you can contact Healthline.
Each campus clinic provides general practice services. These services include ACC injury management, sexual health and family planning consultations. Skilled practice nurses are available full time for appointments and telephone advice. Appointments with a doctor are daily, Monday to Friday. Services include:
Please contact us in one month if you've not received a letter from the hospital for your appointment. Once you've had the test done e.g. x-ray, ultrasound etc., results will be available in approximately 10 to 14 days.
You can get your test results by phoning the clinic nurse. It is your responsibility to phone for the results and ask any questions you may have. We won't phone you, but your medical records will have the results recorded.
If you've undergone an HIV blood test, you need to make an appointment with the nurse to receive your results.
The timeframe for a test result will depend on the type of test. Listed below are the tests available and the estimated timeframes.
Type of test
|Bacterial swabs||2 to 3 days|
|Blood and urine||2 to 3 days|
|Cervical smear||7 days|
|Faeces||2 to 3 days|
|Fertility (semen)||2 days|
|Skin scraping||3 to 4 weeks|
|Viral swabs||5 days|
|X-Ray and ultrasound||2 days|
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Last updated on Wednesday 29 January 2020