Primary Healthcare Service
GP practice - enrolled and casual patients
This practice provides Covid-19 testing for enrolled and casual patients. Please call the practice for more information.
We have a purpose built medical centre offering a full range of medical services, including being fully equipped to deal with emergency care.
We have gold standard Cornerstone accreditation from the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.
All doctors have additional diplomas and/or Fellowship degrees.
- The convenience of online health with the ManageMyHealth patient portal – your health at your fingertips anytime/anywhere
- Unichem pharmacy and Pathlab onsite
- X-ray and ultrasound available twice weekly with Hamilton Radiology (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
- Visiting specialties include Sport Waikato, dietitian, diabetes and mental health nurses
- After hours Saturdays 9am to 12noon. After hours fees apply. Evening surgeries on hold currently due to Covid-19 pandemic but we expect these to resume in late 2020
Enrolling new patients
This practice is enrolling new patients.
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 14 years||FREE|
|Mon – Thu||8:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Fri||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Note: Every last alternate Wednesday or Friday of the month closed between 0800 - 0900hrs - staff meeting
Saturday Clinic - Routine appointments available Saturdays 9-10am, acute appointments 10-12noon. After hours fees apply. Patient may book online via patient portal or telephone the clinic on 07 873 7079.
After Hours: Phone GP practice (07) 873 8399 and follow instructions. You will be transferred to an after hours service who will be able to assist you with help and advice.
Mahoe Med in Te Awamutu (07) 872 0923 has extended after hours. 8am-8pm weekdays and weekends 9-3pm. Outside of these hours, Anglesea Clinic in Hamilton is open 24 hours. Ph (07) 858 0800.
CLOSED QUEENS BIRTHDAY MONDAY - PUBLIC HOLIDAY
Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.
Preferred urgent care clinic out of hours: Anglesea Clinic - Accident & Urgent Medical Ltd.
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Patient Enrolment Form
(PDF, 404.9 KB)
Please complete this form, together with the Patient File Transfer form to request your medical file. You can then bring both forms with you to your appointment. Please note that we require photo ID to confirm your identity. If you are not a NZ citizen, please also bring proof of your eligibility for funded healthcare in NZ.
Transfer Medical File Request
(PDF, 28.8 KB)
To be completed together with new patient enrolment form, so we may request your medical file from your previous medical centre.
You can then bring both forms with you to your appointment. Please note that we require photo ID to confirm your identity. If you are not a NZ citizen, please also bring proof of your eligibility for funded healthcare in NZ.
(07) 873 7079 / A/H (07) 873 8399
(07) 873 7078
For help and advice when we are closed, please phone 07 873 8399 to be diverted to our after hours triage service
13 Kakamutu Road
13 Kakamutu Road
PO Box 7
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This page was last updated at 7:54AM on July 30, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Otorohanga Medical.