James Street Doctors
Primary Healthcare Service
We are a family centred surgery offering a full range of general practice services to you and your family.
Our surgery is location on Level 2 at 1 James Street, Whangarei.
General Practitioner - Vocationally Registered
|Mon – Fri||8:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.
Christmas: Open 23 Dec — 24 Dec. Closed 25 Dec — 26 Dec. Open 27 Dec. Closed 28 Dec — 29 Dec. Open 30 Dec — 31 Dec. Closed 1 Jan — 2 Jan. Open 3 Jan.
Preferred urgent care clinic out of hours: White Cross Accident & Urgent Medical - Whangarei.
Enrolling new patients
This practice is not currently enrolling new patients.
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 14 years||Free|
New Patient Fee of $50.00
Adult and Child Medical Care
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