Student Health & Counselling Service

 Manawatu

The Massey University Student Health & Counselling Service in Palmerston North is open throughout the year excluding public holidays and university holidays. We provide a service at the Manawatu campus site during office hours of 8:30am to 5pm. 

An emergency service based in town is available after hours, weekends and public holidays.

Our team endeavours to provide a high standard of health care possible in a manner that is competent, compassionate, confidential,  timely and in an atmosphere of mutual responsibility and respect.

CORNERSTONE ACCREDITED PRACTICE

We are proud to be accredited by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners as a RNZCGP Cornerstone Quality Practice. That means we have met the high standards set by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners which help make sure you receive high quality medical care. 

Our services include;

Consultations for all health problems

Contraceptive advice & emergency   contraception

Online Repeat Prescription Requests (48 hours to process)

Cervical smears and sexual health

Laboratory tests including blood tests

Pregnancy tests

Hearing, eye and skin testing

Physiotherapy

Liquid nitrogen (for treatment of   warts & other lesions)

Travel Immunisation advice

Minor surgery

Immunisation advice

Child Health & Child Vaccinations

Special medical examinations

Assistance with Aegrotat and Impaired Performance

Health information and advice

First aid

 

 

OUR Location

Level 1 Registry Building, Turitea Road Manawatu Campus - click here for directions

Our Postal Address: Massey University Student Health and Counselling Service - Manawatu

Massey University Private Bag 11222

Palmerston North 4442, New Zealand

Telephone: +64 6 350 5533 or internal extension 85533

Fax: +64 6 355 7986

Email Address*: Medical-Centre-PN@massey.ac.nz

(*Business administration related only. Please do not use this medical e-mail to make or cancel appointments)

EDI/GP2GP: GP2GP: Dr Mark Morris NZMC: 11181

Healthlink EDI: masseyst

Opening Hours

Our opening hours are Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.pm.  

Closed for National Statutory and Public Holidays as follows: 

  • Friday 30th March 2018 (Good Friday)
  • Monday 2nd April 2018 (Easter Monday)
  • Tuesday 3rd April 2018 (University Holiday)
  • Wednesday 25th April 2018 (Anzac Day)
  • Monday 4th June 2018 (Queen's Birthday)
  • Monday 22nd October 2018 (Labour Day)

Massey University Closes Friday 21st December 2018 @ 5pm - reopening in January 2019 - Date to be advised. 

IN AN EMERGENCY OR AFTER HOURS

Call 111 or proceed straight to the emergency department of the

Palmerston North Hospital.

  • For a mental health emergency please contact the Mental Health Emergency team on 0800 653 357 or one of the telephone counselling services listed click here.
  • If you are in Massey Halls, please contact the Duty Manager on 0272 954 815
  • For Urgent medical issues when your GP Practice is closed, call free on 0800 373 030 to speak to a clinician between 6pm and 10pm.
  • Between 6pm and 8pm, the 0800 373 030 service will connect you to our local after hours service.  For you, this is City Doctors, based on Victoria Avenue, Palmerston North.  A consultation fee will apply.
  • Between 8pm and 10pm, you will be connected to a clinician who is trained and qualified to triage urgent medical issues. If a face to face consultation is required, an appointment will be offered with a GP, Nurse Practitioner or a Practice Nurse. For you this will be at the Palms, based on Ferguson Street, Palmerston North.  A consultation fee will apply.

General heath advice

  • Call the National Healthline on 0800 611 116

Healthline is a free 24-hour telephone health advice service funded by the Ministry of Health. This service is operated by registered nurses who will assess a person's condition and health needs and recommend the best course of action to be taken. They can also provide general health information and location of services.

For further information on Healthline go to; http://www.moh.govt.nz/healthline

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Healthline is a free 24-hour telephone health advice service funded by the Ministry of Health. This service is operated by registered nurses who will assess a person's condition and health needs and recommend the best course of action to be taken. They can also provide general health information and location of services.

Mumps is an acute, infectious viral illness. 

New Zealand is currently experiencing

an outbreak of mumps. 

Please check you have had two vaccinations against mumps. Anyone born since 1990 will have been offered two MMR vaccinations during childhood, so if you had all your immunisations you are probably protected. If you have previously had mumps you will also have immunity. Please check with your parents and/or your GP practice to ensure you have had two MMR Vaccinations. 

For more info on signs and symptoms, click here

Need MMR Vaccinations? 

They are completely FREE for everyone!

Give us a call and ask for a nurse appointment for your MMR vaccination. 

If you suspect you have mumps please call ahead to Student Health on 06 350 5533, please don't just 'turn up'. 

Materials and Treatment fee

A $5.00 fee applies to the following:

  • Depo Provera
  • Liquid Nitrogen
  • Simple wound dressing/cover
  • B12 Administration (Intramuscular injections, Maxolon/Buscopan etc)
  • Emergency Management – Emergency Bag call out
  • Audiogram
  • ECG

This fee covers basic material costs and will be reviewed on an annual basis.

 

As of the 1st January 2018, Massey Manawatū Student Health & Counselling Centre will be introducing general fees for all PHO enrolled students a GP visit will be charged at  $10 and a nurse consultation $5. Payment will need to be made at the time of the consultation. All  Non-PHO enrolled students will continue to pay as per usual and fees will vary depending on if you have a community services card.

 Students requesting double appointments will be charged at a higher rate. Fees introduced this year to cover procedures, services and material will stand as will the Did not attend fee.

smokefree

Effective January 1, 2018, Massey University is Smokefree. This includes all workplaces, student accommodation, campus grounds, campus buildings, farms, staff accommodation, vehicles on site (including personal vehicles) and vehicles provided for staff.   

so if you are a smoker and require our assistance please do not hesitate to make contact, there is support here for you. 

Te Reo Smokefree

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