Central Medical Oamaru
Primary Healthcare Service
Central Medical Oamaru was established over 20 years ago and we have carefully grown and nurtured the practice with an emphasis on high quality medicine and family health care. The team provides a wide experience of general medicine from new born to the elderly and has expertise in acute and chronic conditions. We are proud to be the only practice in Oamaru with the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners award for excellence, Cornerstone Accreditation. This is an acknowledgement of our strong emphasis on quailty healthcare.
We are easily accessible and in an ideal central location behind the Countdown Supermarket, close to Oamaru Hospital, Southern Community Laboratories, 2 phamacies, the Warehouse and local shops that are all within a 5 minutes walk of the practice.
Our team is made up of 5 GPs (see details below under “General Practitioners”) and:
Practice Manager: Debbie Herron
Nursing Staff: May, Lynda and Annette (Team Leader)
Administration Team: Magda, Jan & Julie
|Mon – Fri||8:30 AM – 5:00 PM|
After Hours: Call 03 434 9444 for on call GP.
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 — 2 Jan. Open 3 Jan.
Enrolling new patients
This practice is enrolling new patients.
English, Filipino, Tongan, Afrikaans
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 14 years||Free|
If you are 18+ and have a Community Services Card your fee will be $18.50.
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Online Booking URL
(03) 434 8181
(03) 434 2310
19 Eden Street
19 Eden Street
PO Box 140, Oamaru 9444
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This page was last updated at 12:14PM on November 11, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Central Medical Oamaru.