Auckland City Hospital is New Zealand’s largest public hospital and clinical research facility, and along with Auckland DHB’s other sites, it serves the health needs of half a million residents.
Patients and their whānau come to Auckland City Hospital from all over New Zealand. The hospital has more than 3,500 treatment rooms and over 1,100 beds, caring for all aspects of adult health – from cancer and mental health, to maternity and cardiovascular, to A&E and everything in between.
It is also the country’s largest medical training facility, giving rise to a new generation of healthcare professionals who are committed to excellence in patient care, research, training and community service.
The Auckland Health Foundation goes beyond what is government-funded to help our Auckland DHB hospitals provide the best possible healthcare. Our donors support projects that benefit patients and the community but could otherwise not be implemented without partnerships and philanthropy.
Our purpose is to work with our supporters, raising funds to make advancements in four key areas, for the benefit of all our health.
Be a supporter for patients in our hospitals and fund the innovation that saves lives.