Kelston Medical Centre
Primary Healthcare Service
Welcome to Kelston Medical Centre
Kelston Medical is a friendly place where patients feel at home. Our philosophy is to offer medical care which is personal and of high quality, irrespective of race, age, sex or religion.
We strive to achieve the best patient health by using a collaborative approach between the patient and health professional.
This includes appropriate chronic disease education on health conditions and medications, along with relevant lifestyle coaching and support. We want to empower patients to manage their own health alongside the support of the Doctor and Nurse.
Facilities include disabled parking and access, on site pharmacy. Additional services include an onsite physiotherapist, midwife and psychotherapist.
|Mon – Fri||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
For urgent after hours medical treatment call 111 or go to Waitakere Hospital Emergency Department on Lincoln Road, Henderson open each day until 10 pm.
Alternatively, contact Westcare White Cross 2140 Great North Rd, New Lynn phone (09) 828 8912 - which provides after hours medical care till 10pm or Westcare White Cross Henderson 131 Lincoln Road, Henderson (09) 836 3336 open 24/7
If you need to attend the Urgent Doctors Centre, please ask for a copy of the medical notes from your visit to be sent to us at the Kelston Medical Centre.
For after hours telephone advice on health care, you can also ring the national Health Line on 0800 611 116 for a free telephone call to a registered nurse.
This practice is taking on new patients.
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 6 yrs||Free|
ACC Surcharges apply
Please note that non-enrolled and non resident patients fees range from $21 to $60
Appointments are scheduled at a maximum of 15 minutes.
Double appointments may be requested at additional cost - we appreciate your consideration of others waiting by booking the extra time if you need it.
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This page was last updated at 12:10PM on November 5, 2014. This information is reviewed and edited by Kelston Medical Centre.