Ostend Medical Centre
Primary Healthcare Service
We offer a comprehensive range of primary care medical services and have four general practitioners. We have five practice nurses, one of whom is a midwife.
The receptionists will make an appointment for you with one of our doctors; please phone (09) 372 5005.
As members of Auckland PHO we have access to ADHB Interpreting Services. These are available during normal business hours and include both face-to-face interpreters and phone interpreting. For more information please phone (09) 372 5005.
|Mon||8:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Tue – Fri||8:30 AM – 5:00 PM|
Ostend Medical Centre provides 7 days per week telephone cover. Call the after hours phone on (09) 372 5005.
This practice is taking on new patients.
|Under 6 yrs||Free|
|Weekday clinic Consult|
|Casual Patient with Community Service Card|
|Casual Patient without Community Service Card|
|ACC Surcharge||$25 Follow-up appointment $20|
|ACC Child (6-17 years)||$20 Follow-up appointment $10|
|Prescriptions - Same Day or Faxed||$20|
|Additional Charges will apply for After Hours Consultations and House Calls|
If your consultation is over 15 minutes, you will be charged for a double consultation
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(09) 372 5005
(09) 372 7056
After Hours phone (09) 372 5005
9 Belgium Street
9 Belgium Street
9 Belgium Street
Waiheke Island 1081
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This page was last updated at 2:24PM on December 30, 2014. This information is reviewed and edited by Ostend Medical Centre.