Our enrolled patients that are 65 years or older will be contacted shortly for a flu vaccine appointment. The general public cannot get COVID vaccines yet.
We are still in the border worker stage of vaccination. However with this process there is occasionally some left over vaccine (it can't be stored for long when unfrozen) which is used at short notice for frontline healthcare workers. We got a call on Sunday 7th March...
We will be closing for the end-of-year break at 12 noon on Thursday 24th December 2020 and re-opening at 8am on 11th January 2021. During this period, the Ascot A&M and Lunn Ave A&M are our nearest facilities for urgent care. MEDICAL ADVICE OVER THE BREAK: The...
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We are moving to ManageMyHealth as our new patient portal provider. Patients already registered will receive a welcome email with an activation code. You can register to the patient portal on our website, photo ID is required. This is available to our enroled patients...
This has been a difficult year to look after our mental health. Trying to maintain balance and harmony as we go about our everyday lives requires energy and commitment. Please look at this link to find useful tips to help you and your loved ones. Also have a look at...
Face-to-face, video and phone consults by appointment. Walk-in service suspended.
We have had very robust infection control procedures from the start of the Pandemic, before the official lockdown, so that our patients and ourselves are not exposed to any infection while accessing care. We will continue these procedures as long as there is Covid-19...
There has unfortunately been some misreporting in the media about the new testing criteria released by the Ministry of Health on 3/4/20. Despite what some media groups are saying, testing is still being restricted, but there has been widening of the criteria.
Flu vaccine stock is currently very limited. We are giving it to our most vulnerable patients first.
Most things can be done online or by phone.
Xmas/New Year break and pharmacy access, on-line consults
Measles information January 2020
Zostavax catchup at ages 65-80 until March 2020. After this date, only free at age 65 and not older.
June 2019: During the current measles outbreak, children 12-15 months old should have their 15 month shots now
Reception team can now help you with most queries, to avoid a frustrating delay for you in waiting for a nurse call-back.
For more information call 0800 IMMUNE, visit www.immune.org.nz, or speak to our nurses 09-5796147.
November update and Christmas/New Year hours
From 1 August 2018 the consultation fee for enrolled adults will be $51. For enrolled children 13 to 17 years the fee will be $41. Children under 13 remain free.
Flu and Shingles vaccines are now available, and are funded in certain instances.
Our trial of appointments has been a huge success! (But we promise to always still have our popular walk-in option available). Click for more details.