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Hobsonville Medical Centre

Primary Healthcare Service

Description

We were the first practice to start in the Hobsonville area and have been here for almost 30 years. Our doctors are very experienced, both having practised as GPs for 30 years or more.

Our focus is preventative healthcare and personalised healthcare. That is why Dr Susan Clark and Dr Peter Moore work 5 full days per week - we want to see our own patients and get to know them well.

Every time you come you will see your own doctor, giving good continuity of care and you will not need to reiterate your history or ongoing health issues to a different doctor each time. We aim to give you a same day appointment and to facilitate this we work a late night every Monday night.

Dr Susan Clark has postgraduate qualifications in obstetrics and maternity care and has special expertise in the care of women and children's health issues.

Dr Moore has a special interest in men's health including prostate cancer and health problems of the elderly. Having been a paediatric medical registrar at the Auckland Children's Hospital he retains a keen interest in paediatrics including the difficult fields of autism and gastrointestinal problems of children.

Staff
Nursing Staff: Beverley Patchett is a very experienced practice nurse with prior experience in healthcare for the elderly.
Dianne Davies has had many years' experience as a Plunket Nurse and has special expertise in children's health.

Practice Manager: Mrs Erica Moore 

Receptionists: Mrs Gillian Beer and Mrs Jan Warden.

Facilities
0ur practice has excellent access off Hobsonville Road and off Wisely Road and we have a very large carpark.
Onsite there are various paramedical services including chiropractic.
We purpose-built our surgery with ground floor access for ease of access for our patients and we have a wheelchair for those who have difficulty walking. Our waiting room is large so our patients are not crowded together and it has restful views out onto our gardens. Special chairs have been provided for the disabled.
We have 3 consultation rooms including our nurses' consultation room, an operating theatre, an emergency room with a defibrillator, an eye examination room with a slit lamp microscope and a quiet room for breastfeeding mothers.

General Practitioners

Hours

Mon 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Tue – Fri 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM

We believe in wraparound care for our patients - one phone call to our surgery automatically redirects you to our experienced afterhours advice service.

We pay a doctor to be available to you for afterhours home visits and we are happy to visit you at home during working hours or at the end of the day.

We are part owners in Westcare Whitecross, our afterhours clinic situated at 131 Lincoln Road, Henderson, which is open all night and 24 hours during the weekend and public holidays.

On Mondays Dr Peter Moore and Dr Susan Clark are available until 6.30pm. 

For medical advice you can call our surgery and you will automatically be redirected to our afterhours advice service where trained staff will give you medical advice.

Afterhours GP consultations please contact:

Westcare White Cross, 131 Lincoln Road, Henderson, behind McDonalds is open all night weekends and public holidays. 

For afterhours home visits phone Driving Doctors 0800 555 131. 

Books

Open

This practice is taking on new patients.

Wheelchair Access

Yes

Languages Spoken

English

Fees

Enrolled Patients Fees

Under 6Free for under 13s
13-17 yrs$39.00 to $40.00
18-24 yrs$39.00 to $40.00
25-44 yrs$39.00 to $40.00
45-64 yrs$44.00 to $45.00
65+ yrs$39.00 to $40.00

Please call us for more information on fees (09) 416 8712.

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CNR OF HOBSONVILLE ROAD AND SUNCREST DRIVE
42 Suncrest Drive
Hobsonville
Auckland 0618

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CNR OF HOBSONVILLE ROAD AND SUNCREST DRIVE
42 Suncrest Drive
Hobsonville
Auckland 0618

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42 Suncrest Drive
Hobsonville
Auckland 0618

This page was last updated at 2:36PM on March 14, 2016. This information is reviewed and edited by Hobsonville Medical Centre.