Covid-19 Update

Regardless of Alert Level, all our practices will continue providing the best health care for you and your whānau

For the Ministry of Health's latest official Covid-19 update - click here

For NZ Government information on uniting against Covid-19 and how together we can slow the spread - click here

Phone your local medical centre or Healthline if you have or had a cough, cold or flu-like symptoms or are concerned about coronavirus 

Our practices in Alert Level 1

Book your normal check-ups and appointments in Alert Level 1. Our consults are in person (face-to-face) and through phone or secure video. To ensure everyone gets the help they need, we'll be screening all appointment requests which may involve phoning you back with more details.

  • Your doctor or nurse will continue to provide care for urgent issues, management of long-term conditions, mental health consultations, prescriptions of medication and the treatment of common illness
  • We can refer you to specialists and for other treatment if needed
  • You can access all the treatments, vaccinations and medicines you need to stay well, whether or not the care you need relates to Covid-19
  • All usual primary care continues including screening, acute care, long-term condition support, preventative services, antenatal and newborn care, and routine health needs such as mental health consults, prescription of contraception and other medication and treatment of common illnesses.

Look after your own health - how to stop the spread of infection

  • Regularly wash your hands (for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap and dry thoroughly)
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze
  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • If you do feel unwell you should avoid public gatherings and events

Rest assured, we are here to help keep you well and safe. Thanks for your patience and continued support. Kia kaha


If you have a medical emergency call 111 immediately