Advice for Measles Outbreak

Since June 2019 Auckland has been experiencing an outbreak of measles. Measles is highly infectious and can be life-threatening, but immunisation protects yourself, your family and also helps protect the community. The Ministry is monitoring the Auckland outbreak closely. People travelling to Auckland, particularly South Auckland, should be immunised against measles before they travel. Normally, the first measles vaccination occurs at 15 months...

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PATIENT PORTAL IS HERE

Patients are now able to book their own appointments & order repeat medications online…talk to our reception staff about signing up today!

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Needing a Drivers Medical?

Driver’s Medicals require a complete review of your past medical history, your medications as well as your current physical and mental health. They require time with both the practice nurse and doctor and as such cannot be squeezed into a ‘normal’ 15 minute appointment slot. Driver’s Medicals are not funded by government subsidy and therefore attract a higher charge than normal. When carrying out a driver’s medical...

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Needing a later appointment?

  To assist patients needing a later appointment slot, Dr Stephanie Kramer is now available for consultation until 6pm on a Thursday evening.    

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Funding Changes

From the 1st December, we will be reducing fees for those patients who hold a current community services card. The normal 15 minute consultation for an adult with a card will drop to $18.50 while the fee for eligible youth (aged 14-17) will drop to $12.50. The age band for free consultations for children will also be expanded to include all those under the age of 14.

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Overseas Travel

Escaping our New Zealand winter with an overseas holiday? Don’t forget to make a GP appointment to discuss your travel vaccination requirements. A two month lead-time is a good rule of thumb.

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