The School of Physiotherapy is one of several professional schools within the Division of Health Sciences.
The School is based in Dunedin but also maintains staff, facilities, and teaching clinics in Christchurch and Wellington.
The School of Physiotherapy's Dunedin Centre
In Dunedin, the School is located in the heart of the campus and close to the Medical Library and Dunedin Hospital.
The Dunedin Centre serves as the teaching base for second and third-year students pursuing their clinical education in Dunedin, and for fourth-year students rounding off their clinical education and experience in Otago, Southland, and South Canterbury.
Contact the Dunedin Centre
School of Physiotherapy
325 Great King Street
Tel 64 3 479 7460
Freephone 0800 OU PHTY (0800 68 7489) (within New Zealand)
The School of Physiotherapy's Christchurch Centre
The School's Christchurch Centre is located adjacent to Christchurch Hospital's Physiotherapy Department, and in close proximity to the University of Otago, Christchurch. There is easy access to a wide-range of University support and services.
The Christchurch Centre serves as teaching base for fourth-year students completing their clinical education and experience in the Canterbury, West Coast, and Nelson provinces.
The School's teaching clinic—the School of Physiotherapy Clinic Christchurch—is located in the inner city.
Contact the Christchurch Centre
Sandra Ann Ferdinand
Professional Practice Fellow and Clinical Coordinator
The School of Physiotherapy's Wellington Centre
The School's Wellington Centre is located within the University of Otago, Wellington. Students and staff have ready access to University resources.
This Centre supports the clinical education of fourth-year students in the lower and eastern North Island, and in the Marlborough province.
Teaching hubs are located in Palmerson North, Hastings, and the Hutt Valley.
Contact the Wellington Centre
Centre Co-ordinator / Professional Practice Fellow
Within the School, the Executive Committee operates to review operational issues and wider issues of policy as required.
This Executive is comprised of the following:
- Undergraduate Studies
- Postgraduate Studies
- Graduate Research Studies
- Clinical Studies