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Peninsula Medical Centre - Te Atatu Peninsula

Welcome to Peninsula Medical Centre

We are a family-owned and operated GP practice. We have been serving the Te Atatu Peninsula community and wider West Auckland area for over 35 years

We are based in Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland. Our friendly team provide complete medical care for people of all ages – from pregnancy to care for the elderly.

 

LOW COST DOCTORS VISITS FOR CSC HOLDERS

Peninsula Medical Centre ensures seeing the Doctor is more accessible and affordable for Community Service Card (CSC) Holders and their dependents! Check out our Fees page for more information.


Hours

HOLIDAY HOURS 2019/2020

Day(s) Hours
Tuesday, 24 December (Christmas Eve) 8.00am-5.00pm
25 December (Christmas Day) CLOSED
26 December (Boxing Day) CLOSED
Friday, 27 December 8.30am-5.30pm
Saturday, 28 December CLOSED
30-31 December 8.30am-5.30pm
1 January (New Years Day) CLOSED
2 January (Pulic Holiday) CLOSED
Friday, 3 January 8.30am-5.30pm
Saturday, 4 January CLOSED
6-10 January 8.30am-5.30pm
Saturday, 11 January 9.00am-12.00pm
13-17 January 8.00am-5.30pm
Saturday, 18 January 9.00am-12.00pm
20-24 January 8.00am-6.00pm
Saturday, 25 January (Long Weekend) CLOSED
Monday, 27 January (Auckland Anniversary Day) CLOSED
28-31 January 8.00am-6.00pm
Saturday, 1 February 9.00am-12.00pm
3 February ONWARDS Normal Hours

 

REGULAR HOURS

Day Hours
Mondays - Thursdays 8.00am - 6.30pm
Fridays 8.00am - 6.00pm

Saturdays

(Please note that this is a quick walk in clinic

for our enrolled patients only)

9.00am - 12.00pm
Public Holiday Weekends, Easter, Christmas/New Year CLOSED

 

AFTER HOURS

We have a FREE after hours nurse and doctor available 24/7 when we are closed (after hours, weekends, and public holidays). Phone (09) 834 6300.

 

If you are needing urgent care, please call 111. The closest 24/7 Accident & Medical is Westcare Whitecross (131 Lincoln Rd, Henderson).


CORONAVIRUS 2019-nCoV (Update 07/02/2020)

As at 06 February 2020 there are no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in New Zealand.

Travelled from China or transited via China?

If you have travelled to mainland China in the last two weeks, you must stay home in self-isolation for 14 days – this means not leaving home, not going to any public places. DO NOT come to the Medical Centre, instead please call us 09 834 600 ext 2 to speak to a Nurse for advice.

Close Contact with a symptomatic confirmed case of 2019-nCoV?

If you have had close contact* with a confirmed case of Coronavirus, you must self-isolate at home for 14 days to prevent further spread of the virus.

*Close contact defined as (i) direct contact with the case or their body fluids, (ii) living in the same household or household-like setting, (iii) spent two hours or longer the same room, (iv) face-to-face (within 1 metre) contact for more than 15mins with a confirmed case

 

Symptoms of Coronavirus

  • Fever (38˚C or more); AND
  • Acute respiratory infection with at least one of the following:
    • Cough
    • Shortness of Breath
    • Sore throat

Note: You will only be suspected of Coronavirus if you meet the above symptoms AND you have either travelled in China OR are a close contact of a confirmed case.

 

How Do I Protect Myself and Others?

General advice to help prevent the spread of respiratory illness applies. Please follow basic hygiene techniques like thorough hand washing and coughing/sneezing into your arm or a tissue (to cover mouth and nose) to help prevent the spread of illness.

 

Travel Advice

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) have updated their travel advisory and now recommend that New Zealanders do not travel to any part of mainland China.

In order to reduce the chances of 2019-nCoV spreading within New Zealand, additional border measures have been implemented from 2 February 2020. These measures will deny entry to New Zealand for anyone who has left or transited through mainland China from 2 February 2020, with the exception of:

- New Zealand citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family

- Air crews who have been using appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

More information: Visit the Ministry of Health Website


Measles Outbreak

The 2019 outbreak of Measles is serious. There are risks that children may die of complications. Those who are too young for vaccinations or are immuno-compromised are our most vulnerable.

 

The only protection is to have the MMR Vaccination.

 

The MMR vaccine is FREE for those aged 12months - 50years old who have not received 

  • Children from 12 months old can be have the MMR vaccine, along with three others on the immunisation schedule (previously given at 15months). 
  • Infants aged 6-11 months would need to see a doctor to be prescribed the MMR vaccine if travelling ot countries with measles outbreaks, or if there are concerns about high-risk of exposure to measles.
  • Adults over 50 years (born before 1969) are considered immune and do not require the vaccine.
     

More information:


Patient Portal - Health365

We are pleased to now offer our registered patients the online patient portal Health365, where patients can book appointments with your doctor, request repeat prescriptions and check laboratory results online.

 

If you would like to register for this service, please complete the Health365 Patient Portal Registration Form and provide to Reception or email the completed form.

 

Already registered? Book an appointment or request a repeat prescription here: www.health365.co.nz

 

Please note: Urgent prescriptions must be arranged through the Nursing team. Children under 16 can be registered under one parent. Partners must be registered separately with individual email addresses


Our services include:

  • General check ups
  • Antenatal and prenatal care
  • 6-week old checks
  • Well Child checks
  • Sexual health checks
  • Diagnostic medicine
  • Specialist referrals
  • Insurance medicine
  • Palliative care
  • Repeat prescriptions

We also have other schemes available through our Primary Health Organisation, ProCare. Click here for more services.


Becoming a Patient

To enrol as a patient at Peninsula Medical Centre click here.

 

The Ministry of Health requires proof of eligibility for funding. Please bring your New Zealand or Foreign Passport for proof of citizenship, permanent residence, or work permit when enrolling.

 

We look forward to caring for you and your family.

 


Fees

LOW COST DOCTORS VISITS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES CARD HOLDERS 

Effective 1st December 2018, Adult GP visits will be $18.50 and Youth GP Visits will be $12.50. GP Visits for Under 14s are FREE.

Peninsula Medical Centre is a member of the ProCare PHO. Consulting fee subsidies are available for patients who enrol with us. Patients who are casual or who are visitors are not able to receive funding from the PHO and therefore the full fees apply.

 

Click here for a full list of fees.



382 Te Atatu Rd, Auckland, NZ

09 834 6300

Contact Us

For a no obligation discussion on how we can assist you, please call one of our team!

382 Te Atatu Rd
          Auckland, New Zealand

09 834 6300