Christchurch Outpatients

Outpatients building now re-opened!

Due to a burst heating pipe and flooding in the new Christchurch Outpatient building on Friday 29 March most outpatient appointments were being postponed and rescheduled.

All services apart from Diabetes and Endocrine services and Ophthalmology [the Eye service] will be back in their usual locations in the Outpatients building this week [from Monday 15 April 2019]. 

  • People who have appointments with the Diabetes service are being seen in a different location. 
  • Some people with essential eye appointments are being seen in alternative locations, with a only a small number being seen in the Outpatients building from Monday. However, some eye appointments for this week have had to be rescheduled. 

People who have appointment letters or texts should continue to turn up to the location on the letter unless you have been contacted and advised otherwise.  If you’re not sure where to go please call the phone number on your appointment letter.

We apologise for the inconvenience this flood has caused. You can read more about the temporary closure of the Christchurch Outpatients building in Health News.

Christchurch Outpatients is the new outpatients facility at Christchurch Hospital. It provides a wide range of outpatient services over 5 floors of a new building.

Christchurch Outpatients main entrance is at 2 Oxford Terrace. Please check your outpatient appointment letter to make sure you end up where you’re meant to be for your appointment.

Phone

Service hours

  • 7:15am – 5pm weekdays, excluding public holidays.

Kānuka café

  • 7:00am – 4pm weekdays

Location

Street address
Christchurch Outpatients
2 Oxford Terrace and 245 Antigua Street (Rear entrance)
Christchurch

Enquiries and feedback

We welcome your feedback about our services and your experiences at Christchurch Hospital.

Note: We cannot give medical advice by email. Please contact your doctor or the person in charge of your medical care.

In an emergency

In a medical emergency, call 111 and ask for an ‘ambulance’.

The Emergency Department is for serious emergencies only, not for long-standing or minor injuries or illnesses which can be treated by your family general practice team or an after hours clinic.

Page last updated: 17 April 2019

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