Updates from the Practice Team

Drivers’ Licence Medicals

Apr 18 2017
All patients, aged 75 years or more, require a regular full medical check to ensure they are fit to drive a motor vehicle and retain their drivers’ licence. This usually requires a double appointment as it is a comprehensive assessment, with a four page document that needs to be completed by your doctor. The fee range is between $140 and $180. There is no significant government subsidy for this appointment and we are not able to attend to other medical issues at that time. Older patients will require a memory test score at the medical centre and some will require an on road test or simulated driving assessment elsewhere.

Christmas Hours 2016

Dec 12 2016

Christmas Hours
Our hours will be different over the Christmas and summer period. They are as follows:

21st December: 8am – 6pm
22nd December: 8am – 6pm
23rd December: 8am – 5pm
26th December: CLOSED
27th December: CLOSED

BOOK ON THE DAY ONLY
28th December: 9am – 4pm
29th December: 9am – 4pm
30th December: 9am – 4pm
2nd January: CLOSED
3rd January: CLOSED
4th – 6th January: 9am – 4pm
From the 9th January: 8am – 6pm.

There will be no evening clinics in January. These will resume in February

NO BLOOD TESTING AT THE PRACTICE DURING THESE DATES
28th December 2016 – 6th January 2017
SCL LABS: 24 Moorefield Rd, Johnsonville, Wellington 6037


Earthquake Support

Nov 23 2016
In light of recent events, the Ministry of Health has increased support to its Earthquake Support Line; which is available 24/7 for anyone anxious about how these events are affecting them or their family. The number is 0800 777 846 - or it can be found by clicking here.

Earthquake Update

Nov 14 2016
We are open and fully operational today.

Newsletter Spring/Summer 2016-17

Nov 01 2016
Click here to see our latest newsletter with some helpful information about our practice!

Fees Update 2016

Aug 31 2016
We are updating our fees, effective from 1st September. Please click the link for more information: Fees2016

Zika Virus Update:

Jul 05 2016
The Ministry of Health recommends that women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant in the near term should defer travel to areas with Zika virus present. If travel is essential, if possible delay pregnancy, if travelling to these areas.

Finding it difficult?

Jun 13 2016

Are you a moderate to heavy smoker aged over 45 years?

Are you finding your everyday activities more difficult to achieve?

Would you like to find out more about treatments and new medications that may be able to help improve your quality of life?

For further information please call and leave a message for Margaret to help you and find out how we can help you.

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