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St Lukes Medical Centre

Primary Healthcare Service


9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.




  • We are a General Practice consisting of 1 female and 1 male GP, specialising in family medicine.
  • Immigration medical specialist - we can provide immigration medicals on weekends (Saturday) as well (booking essential).
  • Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Available on site (free under ACC).
  • Pharmacy on site (Alberton Pharmacy Ph: 09 845 4014).
  • Specialise in mole mapping and mole removal. Mole mapping voucher available - special for enrolled patients - $150 (normally $250). Voucher is valid for 6 months.
  • We offer FREE parking.
  • Close to St Lukes Shopping Mall.

General Practitioners


9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Mon – Fri9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sat9:00 AM – 1:00 PM


After hours please go to Auckland Hospital in case of emergency. In the event of an emergency phone 111.

To be able to give continuation of care St Lukes Med is now open 6 days week.

"Text for Appointment"
Please txt your full name, DOB and BRIEF text to mobile number 021 815 110 - we will call you back to schedule your appointment (this text is for appointments only, not for any medical advice).

Note you can also call our land line (09-815 1124) for your appointment.

Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.

Preferred urgent care clinic out of hours: White Cross Accident & Urgent Medical - St Lukes.

Enrolling new patients


This practice is enrolling new patients.

Wheelchair Access


Languages Spoken

English, Bangla, Bengali, Hindi, Indian, Shanghainese


Enrolled and funded Patient Fees

Under 14 yearsFree
14-17 years$13.00
18-24 years$19.00
25-44 years$19.00
45-64 years$19.00
65+ years$19.00

These fees are for a standard 15 minute consultation only.

Additional weekend charge for Saturday/Sunday or public holiday consultations.

Casual charges are different. Please inquire at Reception. 


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  • Mole map Testimonials (JPG, 9.4 KB)
    "I honestly believe that Doctor Ahmed has saved my life. So far, he has discovered one melanoma, three atypicals and one basal cell cancer. I would never have picked up on the melanoma as it looked the same to me as all my other moles. I am extremely grateful that I am still alive and make sure I come in every 3 months for regular checking. The checking equipment used is far superior to any equipment I have experienced in the past and the mole map itself is very fast and efficient. The removal of any suspicious moles is always done as soon as possible which helps to alleviate any worries that I have. I recommend Dr Ahmed without hesitation."
    Shelly F Patient
  • Mole Map Testimonials (JPG, 14.3 KB)
    "I writing to express my gratitude to you, as I am still able to do so because of you. I'm alive due to your professionalism and timely intervention in arranging my immediate admittance to hospital. I am sure you are my Guardian Angel. I and my family are so grateful for your extra care and effort that makes it possible for me to live on, otherwise I would be gone from this world by now. Again I and my family thank you for the work that you have done for me and all your patients. We wish you only the best in your work may God also bless you and your family too. With Warmest Regards"
    Aigauputasi Richard Chien Chun Huang Honorary Consul for the Government of Samoa in China
  • Mole Map Testimonials (JPG, 8.4 KB)
    "As a result of a GrabOne special offer, I took a mole map at the St. Lukes Medical Centre in November 2011. On completion of the molemap, Dr. Bashir Ahmed observed that a mole on my left leg looked suspicious and should be checked further, so he removed that mole and did histology. Within 2 days he had the results: It was an invasive melanoma. So as per protocol I needed another big surgery which was also done with in 2 days. I am glad that I took up the molemap offer at St lukes medical center. I recommand every New Zealand Adult should do Mole Check regularly."
    Noleen F
  • Mole Map Testimonials (JPG, 11.2 KB)
    "Purchasing a Mole Mapping Voucher for St Lukes Medical Centre ensured I promptly had a full mole check and I am so very thankful I did. Dr Bashir removed three suspicious naevi, one of which was a melanoma in situ that required further surgery. I never considered melanoma something to necessarily be concerned about at my age, I work in a medical/hospital environment and assumed these skin changes occured much later in life. I urge everybody living in New Zealand to have a full mole map sooner rather than later, visit Dr Bashir and his team at St Lukes Medical Centre for an expert examination."
    Treve D

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99 St Lukes Road
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This page was last updated at 2:54PM on April 20, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by St Lukes Medical Centre.