About Centre for Advanced MRI

The Centre for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CAMRI) at The University of Auckland is the first MRI venture in New Zealand to focus on high-end research work as well as routine clinical imaging. Drawing on a successful track record of research collaborations at the University, CAMRI delivers MRI research expertise and resources to leading commercial and government organisations.


COVID-19 UPDATE: CAMRI continues to operate through all National Alert Levels, including during lockdown to provide clinically urgent and prioritised MRI scans in Auckland.

Please ensure your referral has a recommended timeframe for a scan appointment where possible.  

We have teams on-site each day (though our hours may vary during lockdown).  If you have any questions about an appointment or a referral, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at mri@auckland.ac.nz or give our friendly Reception team a call on (09) 303 5966.

Please note, as part of COVID-19 health and safety requirements, you will be required to wear a face mask, use hand sanitiser and scan the NZ COVID tracer QR code on your phone or document your visit on the COVID register on entry.

"Noho haumaru noho pai - Stay safe stay well"


Affiliations / Accreditations

Established in 2004, we have a close collaboration with Siemens and enjoy ready access to the latest equipment and software developments for advanced research and clinical protocols.

We work with a wide range of clients, including District Health Boards and private sector researchers and have been involved in several worldwide clinical trials. CAMRI is Accredited by International Accreditation New Zealand and is an Affiliated Provider for Southern Cross Healthcare and a health services provider for the Accident Compensation Corporation.

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CAMRI Privacy Policy

CAMRI has a robust Privacy Policy that sets out how we collect, use, store and disclose personal information. Please refer to the Privacy Policy document here.