The Doctors Greenmeadows

The Doctors Greenmeadows is part of a cluster of healthcare facilities available at 524 Kennedy Road. We are a purpose-built medical centre, with access to Unichem Greenmeadows Pharmacy, Physio@The Doctors and TRG Imaging (Radiology). 

We provide a full family general practice service. Facilities include three acute treatment bays for accident and medical treatment, consultation rooms for our general practitioners, a room for specialist nurse clinics and visiting consultants and in 2016 The Doctors Greenmeadows opened it's very own Specialist Suite, home to our functional medicine doctors, nutritionist and naturopath.  Please see under our list of services for more information.  

We also offer ManageMyHealth (MMH) to our enrolled patients, which allows you to communicate with your medical centre from from any internet device to request repeat prescriptions, book appointments and view your personal health information at any time. 

The Doctors Greenmeadows is a satellite clinic of The Doctors Napier and enrolled patients are invited to attend the Napier clinic at 30 Munroe St if you need care at weekends and public holidays, or after hours on weekdays.

Booking Online

The online patient portal Manage My Health (MMH) is available for all enrolled patients. Click the book and appointment icon top right.

Our services

We have a range of medical services available on-site and patients who are enrolled with us also have full access to all of the services available at our Munroe Street practice in the City.

family healthcare | nurse services | child development | elderly care | mental health | minor surgery | anthroposophical nursing | physiotherapy | pharmacy | x-ray | midwives | smoking cessation | acupuncture | skin cancer checks | nurse specialty clinics (see below for details) | stress management clinic | functional medicine | wellness & healthy ageing clinic | respiratory clinic

Specialist Suite

In 2016 we opened the Specialist Suite, where Dr Tony Edwards, Jane Alexander and Paula Hadabora are practicing Functional Medicine.   Functional Medicine is an integrative, science-based preventative healthcare approach that treats illness by focusing on the underlying cause, utilising nutritional science, and promoting wellness by addressing the  unique aspects of each patient.  This allows individual tailoring interventions to restore physiological, psychological, and structural balance to the patients overall health. For more information on our Functional Medicine team, please see Our People tab.

Nurse clinics

Our specialised practice nurses run clinics for continuing or chronic health needs and health screening. These are available Mondays 1.30 - 4.30pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am - 12pm. Please call for an appointment.

Diabetes clinic
We offer diabetic education, reviewing of recent blood test results, lifestyle review, motivation and goal planning in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Women's health clinic
Led by qualified smear taker nurses, we offer cervical smears under the cervical screening programme. We provide 30 minute appointments in a relaxed, comfortable, private environment where a range of women's health issues can be discussed.

Smoking cessation clinic
We offer advice and support on how to stop smoking, in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Child health
We provide all aspects of health for children and young people.

Other nurse specialty clinics
We also offer a liquid nitrogen skin clinic on Tuesdays, 8.30am - 12pm. See The Doctors, Napier for other clinics available to our enrolled patients.

Travelling overseas

Don’t let illness spoil your holiday. We will help you with individualised medical advice for international travel a full range of travel vaccinations.
We are a registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre. Call Dr Ronelle Brits 844 6277 now.



Open 8am - 5.30pm Monday - Friday.  After hours services are available at The Doctors Napier.  After hours services are available at The Doctors Napier till 8pm Monday to Friday and weekends 8am-6pm. After hours call 06 835 4696 and your call will be answered by The Doctors Napier until 8pm weekdays and 6pm weeekends, after that it will be diverted to City Medical who will assist. Please read After Hours FAQs here and After Hours Press Release here.

Patient charges

Payment is expected at the time of your consultation.
Casual patients are asked to pay before their consultation.
Requests for completion of forms and certificates by your doctor may incur a charge of $10-$15. 
Charges for a standard (up to 15 minutes) doctor consultation are as follows:

Standard GP consultations (up to 15 minutes)


 Age Enrolled Casual Casual with HUC/CSC
0 - 5 FREE $23 $23
6 - 12  FREE $68 $62
13 - 17 FREE $68 $62
18 - 24 $42 $85 $70
25+ $43 $85 $70

Updated August 2018. Extended consults:$55

Standard GP consultations After Hours (up to 10 minutes)

Monday to Friday 6pm-8pm, After Hours service at The Doctors Napier

Age Enrolled Casual Casual with HUC/CSC
13 - 17 $39 $72 $64
18 - 24 $52 $95 $72
25+ $53 $95 $72

HUC = high user card | CSC = community services card | Extended consults: $55
Prices effective August 2018

Our Doctors

Mandeeps Manage  

Dr Helen Proctor

Medical Doctor


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Dr Ronelle Brits



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Dr Anthony Edwards

MB BS, Dip Obst, FRNZCGP Integrated Health GP

A GP since 1981 and at The Doctors Napier since 1989, Dr Edwards uses a combination of natural health and standard medical diagnostics and treatment. He specialises in management of long term health issues whether in children or adults. Focusing on prevention and aiming for long term good health. Appointments with Dr Edwards are necessary and there can be a wait for an initial appointment.

"In the late 1990s, 20 years after graduating as a doctor, I made a radical change. I applied Functional Medicine to my general practice. Functional Medicine focuses on the underlying causes of ill health rather than just naming a series of seemingly unconnected diseases and prescribing a series of drugs or operations for each disease.  Don’t get me wrong. Acute medicine is very accomplished at treating named diseases and we have specialists and hospitals who do this exceptionally well. I was trained as a doctor hence well trained in acute medicine. There have been astounding advances in acute medicine and surgery. Yet more and more people need more and more acute services as they get older. Why? Can this trend be changed?  As I moved from hospital practice to general practice, I started seeing the same people over an extended period of time. I noticed even with the best of care, chronic conditions progressed, albeit more slowly.

Is there evidence of health getting off track before a disease is found? Can those signs be picked up? Can the trend to ill health be reversed? Can a chronic disease state be reversed?  I aspire to avoid the ravages of ill health if I can, and speaking to the members of my medical practice over the years, they want the same. Thus began my quest for answers to these questions. I was surprised to discover there are many answers already out there, but more importantly there is a particular new way of thinking that asks what is really going on? More answers (and more questions) emerge each day, week, year.  I have applied this way of thinking, (Functional medicine) to my practice and my life (as best I can!) since the last years of the 20th century".

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Dr Tony Wright


"I qualified in Southhampton, UK in 1991. I am a GP with knowledge in all aspects of general practice. I look after all ages from 0 – over 100. I have extra experience in minor injury work, having worked as a casualty department senior house officer in Worthing, West Sussex, and for over two years as a staff grade doctor in a minor injury unit in Bridgewater, Somerset.  I hold the family planning qualification of DFFP (Diploma of Faculty of Family Planning of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) and the MRCGP (Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners).  I moved to New Zealand and joined The Doctors Napier in 2007. I am married to Rachel and we have three teenage children".

Enrol now

We warmly welcome new patients.  Being enrolled has many advantages:

•    We send you reminders and recalls for important health management
•    Pay less to see the doctor
•    Pay less for prescriptions (for subsidised medicines prescribed by your doctor)
•    Appointment bookings

Simply ask at reception or download our enrolment form below. Complete all the sections and send back to us by email, post, fax or bring it in with you.  You may need to bring in an original ID document (e.g. Drivers’ License, Birth Certificate, Passport) before your first visit - call our team to find out.

You do not need to be a patient with us to be seen by one of our medical team.If you’re a visitor to the region and need medical care, you’re also welcome. Please call our friendly team for an appointment.  All visitors and casual patients, please be aware that extra charges can apply when you are not enrolled.

There are many more benefits to enrolling, click here for Enrolment information.

Latest News

March 2019

We are changing our Patient Management System

This month we are moving to a new patient management system.  This new system is one of the most advanced clinical systems available.  The core focus of this new system is to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare service delivery.  We appreciate your patience as we upgrade and learn this new software.  This will be a big change for our staff, but with this change we will be able to streamline how we care for our patients, and provide better communication.

You may be asked to update your patient details when you next visit the doctor to ensure we hold the correct details for you.

You can also follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with the latest news by clicking here.

08/10/2018 - October Newsletter

Click to view the latest update of our staff newsletter. Check in every month for the latest news and advice across our 4 clinics.   Patient Newsletter Napier- October.pdf



We are urgently working on correcting the delays many of you are experiencing calling into our clinic.  Our sincere apologies for these delays, watch this space!!

Did you know you may be able to avoid calling in by using Manage My Health? You can book your own appointments, request prescriptions and view lab results. If you're not already registered see one of the team to help get you set up.

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