Urologist and Male Infertility Clinic in Auckland, New Zealand

At the core of Dr. Amir Zarrabi’s practice is a deeply held vision and mission to deliver compassionate and high-quality care that focuses on the individual needs of each patient. This commitment is the foundation of the clinic’s approach. We aim to ensure that every patient receives personalised, expert attention in their journey towards greater health and well-being.

Dr. Amir’s practice offers specialised medical care across multiple locations, including in Auckland, Dunedin, Queenstown, and Wanaka. This multi-location presence is a testament to Dr. Amir’s dedication to making expert urological and male infertility care accessible to more New Zealanders— regardless of their geographic location—as well as patients from abroad.

Dr. Amir’s Auckland clinic stands out for its strategic location that offers both local and out-of-town patients numerous advantages. Being situated in New Zealand’s largest urban centre, the clinic provides easy access to a range of amenities, including accommodation and transport, which makes it an ideal option for those seeking a urologist in Auckland. This location is highly convenient and also enhances the overall patient experience, as it offers the opportunity to combine expert care with the benefits of Auckland’s rich cultural and social landscape.

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Urological Conditions

Information on various Urological conditions and the treatments I offer.

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Male Infertility

Read all about conditions that affect male fertility and how I can help.

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Useful reading for patients and General Practitioners.

Why Consult with Dr. Amir Zarrabi in Auckland, NZ?

Choosing Dr. Amir Zarrabi as your urological and male infertility care provider means placing your health in the hands of a seasoned expert with extensive local and global experience.


  • Stellar Medical Career – Dr. Amir was officially certified as a urologist in 2009 and would spend the next ten years as a consultant urologist at a large tertiary-level academic hospital, where he worked in oncology, reconstruction, paediatric urology, kidney transplantation, and minimally invasive surgery. He has also earned a PhD under Professor Thinus Kruger, one of the most accomplished researchers on sperm quality in the world. Other notable institutions where Dr. Amir has spent time throughout his career include Harvard Medical School, the Cleveland Clinic, Cornell University Hospital in New York, and the Asklepios Hospital in Germany.


  • Participated in Groundbreaking Surgeries – Over the years, Dr. Amir has participated in revolutionary surgeries, such as the world’s first successful penis transplant in 2014. He was a major pioneer for male infertility microsurgery in South Africa, where he was responsible for the first-ever live birth after micro-TESE in a man with non-obstructive azoospermia.


  • Comprehensive Research and Academic Engagement – In addition to being an active surgeon, Dr. Amir remains deeply involved in urological research. His contributions to the field include numerous articles in scientific journals, book chapters, and research papers presented at international conferences. He has also been invited to multiple international workshops and other similar events as a guest surgeon and speaker.


  • Extensive Professional Affiliations – Dr. Amir is a New Zealand board-certified Urologist and a registered Specialist with the Medical Council of New Zealand. He is also part of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Société Internationale d’Urologie, and the European Association of Urology.


These should give patients in Auckland the confidence that they will be receiving treatment from a globally renowned specialist who is dedicated to delivering the best medical care possible.

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Dr. Amir Zarrabi’s Specialities


Dr. Amir provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for prostate, kidney, penis, testicular, and bladder cancer.

Stones in the Kidney and Bladder

Built-up minerals in the kidneys or bladder can eventually turn into painful stones, which carry an additional risk of urinary blockages and infection. Dr. Amir offers minimally invasive bladder and kidney stones treatment that utilises cutting-edge laser technology.


Varicocele is the painful enlargement of the veins in the scrotum and may result in diminished sperm production in affected patients. We perform varicocele treatment through minimally invasive surgery that both enhances fertility and alleviates the associated pain.


We gladly perform circumcision for both medical and personal reasons using techniques that ensure maximal comfort, quick healing and an excellent cosmetic outcome.

Prostate Enlargement (BPH)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as prostate enlargement, is a medical condition in which the prostate increases in size, which can lead in turn to a loss of bladder control and difficulties with urination. We treat BPH with medication, surgery, or minimally invasive therapies depending on every patient’s unique case.

Microsurgery for Male Infertility

Dr Amir’s expertise in male infertility microsurgery includes a wide variety of treatments to enable previously infertile men to become fathers. These include varicocele repair, sperm retrieval (micro-TESE) and delicate reconstruction procedures.


Peyronie's disease is characterised by curved penile erections requiring corrective surgery, while damaged urethral structures may impede urine flow. We offer urethroplasty and other reconstructive surgical procedures aimed at relieving pain and restoring healthy organ function.


A vasectomy procedure is a permanent contraception method that requires a surgeon to cut and seal the internal tubes that transport sperm. Dr. Amir is one of only a handful of specialists in New Zealand offering no-needle vasectomy, a less painful alternative to the traditional method.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Dr. Amir Zarrabi’s urology and male infertility clinic located in Auckland, New Zealand?

Dr. Amir’s clinic is situated within the Repromed & Auckland Gynaecology Group compound, while surgical procedures take place at the Auckland City Surgical Services, conveniently situated on the same premises. All male fertility operations and specialised fertility laboratory tests are conducted here. These facilities are located at the heart of the Auckland medical precinct.

How do I schedule an appointment with Dr. Amir Zarrabi in Auckland, New Zealand?

Dr. Amir visits Auckland once a month to conduct clinics and perform surgeries at Repromed & Auckland Gynaecology Group. For enquiries or appointments, please feel free to get in touch with us by calling 09 524 1222 or sending an email to info@agg.co.nz. Alternatively , you may fill out the provided enquiry form on our contact page.

What should I expect during a consultation at Dr. Amir Zarrabi’s practice in Auckland?

Consultations with Dr. Amir will generally involve a detailed review of your medical history, a physical examination and a comprehensive discussion about your diagnosis and options for treatment. Dr. Amir will also provide you with complete information on any necessary surgeries and follow-up care you might require.

How do I prepare for surgeries and other medical procedures at the Auckland location?

To prepare for a surgery or other medical procedure with us, please be sure to follow any specific instructions that your care team provides. These might include fasting or making changes to your current medication schedule pre-operation. You’ll also need to make arrangements for transportation and post-surgery care, as you won’t be able to drive for at least 24 hours after receiving anaesthesia.

If you’re undergoing a fertility operation, you will likely be discharged within the day, though more complex surgeries might require you to stay in the hospital overnight. If you’re coming from outside of Auckland, Dr. Amir recommends that you stay in town at least one night after your discharge so that you can readily access medical care in the unlikely event of complications.

What do I need to know about medical costs at Dr. Amir Zarrabi's practice? Do you accept insurance?

Our website contains a detailed list of fees for consultations, diagnostic procedures, surgeries, and other services. All our clinics accept payments via cash, credit and debit card, and EFTPOS on the day of the consultation, and we also enjoy a good working relationship with New Zealand’s top insurers, such as ACC and Southern Cross Health Insurance. Surgeries not covered by insurance require a partial or full payment prior to the operation. Eligible patients can explore payment plans and other financing options provided by Nova Medical Finance.