Expertly executed research projects have the power to enhance lives and, in some cases, save lives. With your support, we can accelerate research at Auckland Hospital and further improve the health outcomes for all New Zealanders.
We recognise the potential for research to vastly improve our health outcomes, today and into the future.
Having an excellent programme of research distinguishes great hospitals from good ones. Auckland Hospital is the largest teaching hospital and the largest clinical research facility in New Zealand.
From innovative cancer treatments and advancements in women’s health, to complex heart and lung transplant studies, our donors can support world-first research that could save lives and change healthcare globally.
Its research portfolio comprises over 1,300 projects. The hospital’s doctors, nurses, scientists and allied health engage in research that attracts participation and peer esteem both from New Zealand and internationally.
Auckland Hospital provides a first-class setting for research across the health spectrum, and you can help make it happen.
Support the research that can save lives.
Researchers at Auckland Hospital have been major drivers internationally for research that has delivered improved treatments for heart attack prevention, COVID-19, Hepatitis C and the groundbreaking Endovascular Clot Retrieval we now see saving lives every day.
Rupert (right with Professor Alan Barber) was just 31 years old when he suffered a severe stroke and was flown to Auckland Hospital for the clot retrieval procedure, which saved him from permanent paralysis. Read more.
WATCH Rupert’s inspiring story of recovery here.
Thanks to a generous legacy, we were are able to collaborate with the Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust to complete research designed to improve outcomes for bowel cancer patients.
READ about our bowel cancer research here.
We are grateful to our supporters who have contributed to research and fellowships at Auckland Hospital.
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Every piece of equipment and each life-saving medicine is a result of research.
You can help accelerate this research by donating today.