Catlins Medical Centre
Primary Healthcare Service
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
We are a general practice aiming to provide quality healthcare to you and your family.
Our team is made up of 3 GPs (see details below under “General Practitioners”) and:
Practice Manager: Debra Hollows
Nursing Staff: Elly Morris, Sharon Gorman & Sarah Chittock
Administration: Helen Gilder and Sue Stott
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
|Mon – Fri||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
After Hours: Calls are transferred to Clutha Health First
Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.
Christmas: Open 23 Dec — 24 Dec. Closed 25 Dec — 29 Dec. Open 30 Dec — 31 Dec. Closed 1 Jan — 3 Jan.
Enrolling new patients
This practice is enrolling new patients.
Subject to availability - please call the practice to discuss
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 14 years||Free|
Community Service Card Holder Fees (if applicable)
Under 14 years - Free
14-17 years - $13.00
18+ - $19.00
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This page was last updated at 10:24AM on November 18, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Catlins Medical Centre.