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Patient Portal is Changing

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...

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Mental Health Awareness Week 21-27 September 2020

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...

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Caring for you safely at Level 2

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...

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COVID-19 new testing criteria 3/4/20

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.

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Flu Vaccines 2020

Flu vaccine stock is currently very limited. We are giving it to our most vulnerable patients first.

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Fees and Services Update

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.

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Jyoti Raj – New Practice Partner

Dr Jyoti Raj is now practice partner with Dr Andrea Steinberg. Dr Bevan Roy is no longer practising at Ellerslie Medical Centre. The team remains strong and committed to providing excellent quality medical and nursing care to our registered patient population.

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Chicken Pox Vaccines

The chicken pox vaccine will be free for all children turning 15 months on or after the 1st of July. It will also be free for those turning 11 years if they haven’t had chicken pox or been immunised against it before.

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