Coronavirus or COVID-19

To keep our community as safe as possible from infection, we are constantly monitoring and implementing health authority guidelines.

  • If you have been overseas within the past 14 days and have a cough and/or fever, please phone the dedicated Coronavirus¬†Healthline 0800 358 5453¬†before coming to our clinic or going to the hospital.
  • If you are coming to the clinic, bring only one person with you and leave prams and strollers in your car or in the waiting room.
  • As from Monday, 23 March, nurses will be screening all patients before they enter the clinic and allocating them to relevant areas of the clinic, depending on symptoms and reasons for visiting the clinic.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know, and thank you for your help.

Flu Vaccines

We do not have any flu vaccines yet. When they arrive, they will be given to at-risk patients first. These patients will be contacted directly. Vaccines for patients who are not on our at-risk list will be available around the middle of April.

Routine Nurse Treatments

Routine nurse treatments, such as routine blood tests, wart treatments etc are not being provided on weekends until further notice. Dressing changes and other time-sensitive treatments are still being provided.