If you are planning to travel overseas, it’s important to make sure you get the vaccinations you need to keep you safe while you are travelling. Some need to be done several weeks ahead of travel…Read More
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Blood test services (phlebotomy) are available Monday to Friday with our nurses.
Most results are available within a few days, but for anything urgent your doctor will request a faster response and contact you if required.
If you are needing a blood test or asked to get one
We can arrange it at the surgery
You can get it at other locations
There is often a small charge for a test
Ear wax is a naturally occurring substance in healthy ears, but it’s quite common for wax to build up in the ear canal and can impair hearing. Sometimes you may not even know you have a wax build up, or you may have a feeling of fullness in your ears, or you may have difficulty hearing.Read More
Booking an appointment
Please book with your doctor first to check for other issues
Suctioning can then be done by your nurse
For the safety of everyone on our roads, all drivers must be medically fit to drive. You have to prove that you are medically fit each time you apply for, renew, or replace your driver’s licence.Read More
Making an appointment
You will need to book an appointment with the doctor
You will spend time with the doctor and nurse
We have the forms you require
Our doctors are trained to complete minor surgery within the practice and there a number of common procedures we offer, including skin lesions, toenail and skin tag removal.
Talk to your doctor first
Phone to book a 30 minute appointment
There is a charge for this procedure
Insurance Medicals are an integral part of our general practice work. They are more often requested by an insurance provider before they will provide cover for you.
In most cases we will need to carry out some form of medical checks and provide some level of health information, with your permission.Read More
If you are needing a check up for insurance
Talk to reception about the checks you need
Ensure you grant permission for sharing info
Book an appointment
Cardiovascular disease (heart attack or stroke) is the leading cause of death in NZ. A heart check (or cardiovascular risk assessment) will let you know what your risk is of having a heart attack or stroke in the next 5 years and how you can reduce that risk.Read More
Talk to us first and arrange an appointment
Book an appointment with your doctor
A nurse may assist in the heart check
Do it now if at all concerned!