Mon-Thu 8:00 AM–6:45 PM
Fri 8:00 AM–5:45 PM
Sat 8:30 AM–12:30 PM
Saturday Surcharge applies. Please note we are closed on Public Holiday weekends After Hours When the surgery is closed, our phones are attended by a Registered Nurse, who will advise you regarding appropriate medical attention.
We are situated in the heart of Mt Eden. We are a group general practice dedicated to providing friendly, high quality health care. New patients of all ages are welcome at our practice.
Our premises also house a Physiotherapy Clinic, and a Podiatry Clinic.
We have two comfortable and spacious waiting rooms, with one dedicated to children and babies.
Our main entrance is on Mt Eden Road. We have parking behind the building (access from Grange Road). Here you will find our rear entrance with a ramp for your convenience. A wheelchair is available on request.
We welcome comments on our services. There are Suggestion Boxes and suggestion forms for your valuable feedback in both waiting rooms. Please contact our Practice Manager, Megan Rabbidge, if you wish to make a comment about the service we offer.
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Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 6 yrs||0.00|
The fees are a guideline only. These are the fees usually charged for a standard 15 minute consultation. There may be extra charges for materials used or additional services.
Please advise us if you require a longer appointment with your Doctor. An additional fee applies.
Please note that confirmation of your funding by the Ministry of Health may take several months. While you wait for confirmed funding, higher fees will be charged for each visit.
Fees are valid from 1st October 2013.
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