auckland sexual health service

Freephone 0800 739432

For Health Professionals

Sexual Health Training

Auckland Sexual Health Service provides education for Health professionals. We offer the following study days:

  • An introduction to sexual health for health professionals
  • Sexually transmitted infection screening in pregnancy for midwives

View upcoming Study Days.

We also provide targeted sessions for groups. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Best Practice Guidelines

These Best Practice Guides have been produced by NZSHS, with funding from the Ministry of Health. Every effort has been taken to ensure that the information in these resources is correct at the time of publishing.

NZSHS Best Practice Guidelines

STI Surveillance: Annual Reports

These reports summarise the epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) for the year, and examines recent trends.

Using data from sexual health clinics, family planning clinics, student and youth health clinics, and diagnostic laboratories, these reports cover the STIs of public health importance, including chlamydia, gonorrhoea, genital herpes, genital warts, syphilis, non-specific urethritis, chancroid, granuloma inguinale, and lymphogranuloma venereum.

Possible factors underlying the observed distribution and trends in STIs are discussed.

View the Annual ESR STI Reports

Contact the Sexual Health Registrar

The Sexual Health Registrar can be contacted on the following number:

021 883 703

  • FREE* SEXUAL HEALTH CHECKS

    For friendly, confidential information, or to make an appointment, please contact us on 0800 739432

    Free condoms available

    * some charges may apply to non New Zealand residents.

  • SAFER SEX
    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    Although condoms are not 100% reliable they greatly reduce the transmission of most sexually transmitted infections(STI).

    If you think you may have been at risk of an STI, attend for a Sexual Health Check.

    Read more about keeping yourself safer sexually.
  • Love your condom
  • IMPORTANT HEALTH INFORMATION

    Syphilis is becoming increasingly common in the Auckland region.

    What is syphilis?

    Who is at risk of syphilis?

    How do I know if I have syphilis?

    Who should be tested for syphilis?

    How is syphilis treated?

    Read more about syphilis.