Updates from the Practice Team

Closed Monday 4th June Queens Birthday

May 28 2018
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Easter Hours

Mar 23 2018



        We Are Closed

Happy Easter from the team at Khandallah Medical Centre

   Good Friday                   Friday March, 30th

 Easter Monday              Monday April, 2nd

Also please note we are closed on Anzac day which is Wednesday April 25th




Dec 11 2017

"Seasons Greetings from all the team at Khandallah Medical Centre"

Opening hours over the holiday period below:-


Monday 25 December 2017 - CLOSED

Tuesday 26 December 2017 -  CLOSED

Wednesday 27 December 2017 - 9.00am - 4.00pm

Thursday 28 December 2017 - 9.00am - 4.00pm

Friday 29 December 2017 - 9.00am - 4.00pm


Monday 1 January 2018 - CLOSED

Tuesday 2 January 2018 - CLOSED

Wednesday 3 January 2018 - 9.00am - 4.00pm

Thursday 4 January 2018 - 9.00am - 4.00pm

Friday 5 January 2018 - 9.00am - 4.00pm

Monday 22 January 2018  Wellington Anniversary Day- CLOSED


Tuesday 6 February 2018 Waitangi Day - CLOSED



Monday the 8th January 2018 - Wednesday the 7th February 2018 - 8.00am - 6.00pm

Normal Hours Will Resume Thursday 8th February 2018 



Wellington SCL Labs

Wellington SCL Labs wishes to advise that the Khandallah Collection facility will not be operating from Monday 25th December until 5th January Inclusive.

Normal hours resume Monday the 8th January 2018

Johnsonville Collection Centre 1st floor,24 Moorefield Road in Johnsonville will operate as follows:

Monday- Friday (Excluding all public holidays) 8.00am-5.00pm 

Further information regarding opening hours for collection centres in all areas can be found at www.wellingtonscl.co.nz or by phoning 043815900


Dec 04 2017

We welcome new patients from our local area and surrounding suburbs only; please print and fill out the attached enrolment forms and drop them back to us along with any residence information needed. Click on the links for the Enrolment Package and for Compass Health's Health Privacy Statement.

Closing early

Sep 13 2017
We will be closing at 5.30pm this Friday the 15th Sept as we are migrating our server to the cloud.

Hepatitis C treatment is now available in NZ

Aug 17 2017

Many mostly middle -aged people may not know they are carriers of Hepatitis C.
If you read the following information, and think you should be tested , please see your GP, who will arrange testing, in confidence.

Who should be tested for HCV infection?

Injectable drug use is the most common risk factor for HCV infection (based on people diagnosed during acute infection).
The risk of sexual transmission of HCV is low and occurs mainly in people who are infected with HIV.
It is recommended that all patients with risk factors for chronic HCV infection undergo testing.
This includes people who:

  • Have used injectable drugs
  • Received a blood transfusion or organ transplant in New Zealand, or another developed country, prior to July, 1992*
  • Have migrated from or received a medical or dental intervention in a region with high HCV prevalence. This includes Eastern Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Western and Central Sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
  • Have spent time in prison, which can be associated with injectable drug use and unsafe tattooing practices
  • Have a tattoo, body piercing or alteration, e.g. scarification, which was performed in an unsafe environment, e.g. in prison or in a country with a high prevalence of HCV (see above)
    Have a history of acute hepatitis, jaundice or persistently elevated ALT level
  • Were born to an HCV infected mother; mother to infant transmission occurs in approximately 5% of cases

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