Kingsland Family Health Centre
Primary Healthcare Service
Kingsland Family Health Centre is located 2 shops up New North Rd from Kingsland Pharmacy. We have a small parking area down our drive at the back.
We are a family friendly local general practice. We have been in the Kingsland and Grey Lynn area for more than 25 years.
Individuals and families are welcome to enrol at our practice.
We have three very experienced doctors, Richard and Fiona Watt, and Graham Gulbransen.
Our three practice nurses, Janet, Christina and Robyn will take your call when you phone and assist you at the reception desk. Their nursing duties include vaccinations, wound dressings, arranging reminders for various health checks, treating warts with liquid nitrogen, syringing ears and providing good health advice.
Dr Graham Gulbransen is qualified in General Practice and Addiction Medicine. He assesses and treats those with alcohol and drug problems, as well as being a family GP. GRAHAM MAY STILL BE TAKING NEW PATIENTS IF/WHEN PRACTICE BOOKS ARE CLOSED, please contact reception who will ask Graham on a case by case basis.
Dr Richard Watt has a special interest in travel medicine.
All doctors and nurses attend continuing education sessions in order to provide up-to-date professional care.
|Mon – Fri||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
When we are closed please phone our usual number, (09) 815 1475 and you will be connected with a nurse who will advise you.
This practice is taking on new patients.
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 13 yrs||FREE|
|13-17 yrs||$25 - $30|
First visits to Kingsland Family Health are usually "not funded", i.e. there is no government subsidy. In this case the standard adult fee is $70, or $55 with a Community Services Card (CSC). The 'un-funded' fee for children over 6 is $40 or $30 with a CSC.
ALL CHILDREN under 6 are FREE.
Accident fees are usually $30.
Longer visits or materials, such as bandages usually cost more.
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This page was last updated at 3:20PM on April 10, 2015. This information is reviewed and edited by Kingsland Family Health Centre.