Mon-Fri 8:30 AM–5:30 PM
For After Hours Care please see Shorecare. Their hours and contact details are listed below.
* Takapuna: open 7 days, 24-hours, Smales Farm, Ph (09) 486 7777
* Northcross: open 7 days, 8:00am - 10:00pm, 948 East Coast Rd, Ph (09) 486 7777
We are a family centred surgery offering a full range of high quality general medical and health services to you and your family.
Our surgery is located on the corner of Marlborough and Chartwell Avenues, at Marlborough in Glenfield.
Consultations are by appointment only. Our standard consultation time is 15 minutes, however special 30 minute appointments are required for certain procedures or medicals such as immigration - check with our reception staff. Clients and patients should try to respect the 15 minute appointment allocation in consideration of other patients.
Our team is made up of:
- Dr Jon Wilcox, MBChB (Otago), DipObst, DipPharm, FRNZCGP.
- Dr Kimberley (Kim) Davies, MBChB (Otago), FRNZCGP
- Dr Hugh Sung, MBChB (Otago), MRNZCGP
- Dr Lannes Johnson, MBChB (Otago), MMedSc (Hons), FRNZCGP (Dist).
Practice Manager: Susanne
Nursing Staff: Penny and Christine
Receptionists: Mary and Susanne
Other services: We also offer the services of a dietitian, counsellor, midwife and psychiatrist at various times. We take our own blood tests 'in-house' and are happy to take blood tests for non-enrolled patients on request for a small charge.
Maternity services: Doctors Wilcox and Johnson have many years of experience in comprehensive obstetric care. Dr Wilcox still offers full LMC obstetric care (2012) but this may be limited to pregnancies requiring elective caesareans only in later 2013. We use office ultrasound for obstetric care where required and our experienced nursing and midwifery staff also take bloods 'in-house'. We also have an experienced midwife working at our clinic for clients who prefer 'midwife-only' LMC care.
Medical teaching: At other times we often have trainee general practitioners and trainee medical students who very much appreciate the opportunity to be able to further develop their healthcare learning in conjunction with our patients.
Enrolled and Funded Patient Fees from 1st April 2012
|Under 6 yrs||$0*|
For non funded or casual patients and visitors, please contact us for our charges.
Currently we are doing a trial period for 12 months with no cost* for patients under 6 years.
*There may be additional fees for referrals, services or procedures for under 6 year olds.
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