We are a national provider of sexual and reproductive health services. Our contact details are listed on this page.
You can make an appointment at our clinics by filling out our Ask for an Appointment form. We'll then call you at the time you choose and book your appointment while we are talking to you.
You can also phone the clinic yourself. Use our Clinic Finder feature to find the location and contact details for our clinics.
In the best interests of your health and well-being, personal medical enquiries will not be answered via this website or our social media.
If you need urgent medical advice, call Healthline on 0800 611 116.
Use our Clinic Finder feature to find the location and contact details for our clinics. We have Family Planning clinics located throughout New Zealand.
Contact our clinical training and development team for information about our courses about workshops for doctors, nurses, midwives and other clinicians working in sexual and reproductive health.
Health Promotion Programmes/Education Enquiries
Contact your local health promoter for information about our programmes and education for young people, their parents or caregivers, teachers and community workers.
If you’re a teacher, school nurse, youth worker and community worker, you can also Ask for an Online Consultation with our health promoters.
Contact our resource team for information about our sexuality and relationship resources.
Phone 04 802 1332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our National Office is located in Wellington.
Physical address: Level 7, Southmark House, 203-209 Willis Street, Wellington
Postal address: PO Box 11515, Wellington 6142
Phone: 04 384 4349
Fax: 04 382 8356
This location is not a clinic - see our Wellington clinic here.
Contact our Communication Manager for all media enquiries on phone 027 206 6462 or email email@example.com.
Feedback or complaints
We welcome and rely on your feedback so we can improve our service.
If you want to give feedback or make a complaint about any aspect of our clinical services you can do any of the following:
- Talk with the manager at the clinic where you accessed our services.
- Email us
- Complete the contact form below
Make sure you give us your name, email address and the name of the clinic (if you visited one) so we can get in touch and follow up on your complaint for you.
Students who have attended a Clinical Training and Development course should follow the Clinical Training and Development (CTD) Complaints Procedure.