High-quality, affordable healthcare
Our GPs and nurses can assist you and your whānau with the full range of general practice services. No problem is too big or too small.
Accident and injury treatment
Older person’s health
Immunisations and vaccinations
Breast, bowel, cervical, prostate screening
Heart health checks
Mole, skin cancer, wart removal
Ear wax syringing
Breast & cervical screening
Heart checks and ECGs
Prostate & bowel screening
Mole and wart removal
Skin cancer treatment
Ear wax syringing
Join our new Patient Portal – MyIndici
Once you are enrolled with us, you can use our Patient Portal, MyIndici, for free. With MyIndici, you can conveniently manage your health online – book appointments, check lab test results, order repeat prescriptions, and access your medical records.
Log into your account through the MyIndici website or download the app from the Apple App or Google Play Store.
For any assistance with MyIndici, read our Patient Portal FAQs, contact reception, or check out the instructional videos below:
There are three easy options to choose from.
The quickest and easiest way is through our Patient Portal, MyIndici. Simply log in, select from your list of medications, and the request will be sent directly to your GP. To learn more about MyIndici and how to create an account, scroll up.
If you prefer a more personal touch, you can call and speak to one of our nurses or leave them a voice message.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include these details:
- full name
- date of birth
- contact number
- preferred pharmacy
- a list of the medication you need
Our doctors can send your e-prescription online to any pharmacy in New Zealand. Alternatively, you’re welcome to collect a paper prescription from reception. Either way, we’ll let you know once it’s all done.
Please allow 24-48 hours for our doctors to arrange your prescription. Your GP may ask you to book an appointment if it’s been over 3-6 months since your last check-up. We’ll let you know, and we’ll make sure you don’t run out of medication in the meantime.
Te Tumu Waiora
We are thrilled to be part of this new nationwide initiative.
Te Tumu Waiora is a model of care that provides free and immediate support for anyone with stress, social issues, or long term physical health struggles. With the exciting introduction of two new roles into the traditional general practice team; a Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP), and a Health Coach.
Visit our Meet the Team page and click the photos to learn more about them.
HIPs are qualified and experienced mental health professionals who have completed specialist training in the Te Tumu Waiora primary mental health model. They see people of all ages and at all stages of their lives and with any type of issue related to behaviour change or mental health and wellbeing.
The Health Coach works in partnership with people who need support for behavioural or lifestyle changes, promoting self-management and achievement of health goals.
They are based in the GP clinic, and will also help people navigate and connect with other local community services and NGOs.
For more information:
We understand that some of our patients may have difficulty leaving their homes due to frailty or limited mobility. We are proud to offer Home Visits to our local community, but please discuss it with your doctor first. This will ensure that it is the most appropriate option for your situation. Please keep in mind that scheduling a Home Visit requires sufficient prior notice to accommodate it in the doctor’s schedule.