Call us on 09 900 1111 during our opening hours
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Enrolled patients can book online and also access notes and other services through our Health365 Patient Portal
Fax: (09) 900 1122
7 am – 7 pm Monday
7 am – 5 pm Tuesday
7 am – 5 pm Wednesday
7 am – 7 pm Thursday
7 am – 5 pm Friday
Our clinic is closed for lunch between 12 pm – 1 pm
Travel vaccinations require a 20-minute doctor and a 10-minute nurse appointment per person.
Please contact us with plenty of notice before your trip to enable us to order specific vaccines depending on where you are travelling. Fees available on request.
Our nursing team can administer immunisations for children, which usually require a 10-20 minute appointment.
No fee is applied in most cases.
Our experienced team and the surgical suite onsite means we can provide minor surgery. These include mole removal, minor excisions and in-grown toenail removal. Fee’s available on request.
If you have Health Insurance, most surgeries can be claimed back with prior approval – please check with your insurer.
Doctors and nurses at Te Atatu Health can provide an Early Pregnancy service but we do not provide LMC (Lead Maternity Carer – the one who delivers your baby) services. We are able to diagnose pregnancy, give advice and provide prenatal, early pregnancy and post-natal care.
Information packs for pregnancy are available and we can help with referral to midwives or obstetricians in the area.
6 Week Well Child check ups and Immunisations
We recommend you book an appointment with one of our doctors and a nurse for this check-up. To ensure the health and wellbeing of your baby we require you to stay at the practice for 20 minutes after immunisations are administered.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call and speak to one of our nurses.
Accidental Injury Management
Our experienced team can see you if you have had the misfortune of having an accident. This can be when the accident occurs or as follow up care eg. dressing and wound management. If you require accident follow up care, we will need your ACC claim number, normally issued by the first provider you saw, or available on ACC paperwork.
A co-payment will apply for ACC covered appointments (see ACC appointments for more info)
Our nursing team can see you for many different health conditions, including:
- Diabetes management
- Cardiovascular risk management
- Cervical smears
- General health checks e.g. blood pressure
- Accident related injuries
- Wound dressings and changes
- Immunisations (see Immunisations for more info)
- Maternity e.g. pregnancy testing
- Electrocardiograph (ECG)
- Infusions of medicine
- Sexual health checks
- Driving certificates
- Insurance medicals
- Women’s Warrant of Fitness health check
- Men’s Warrant of Fitness health check
- Jadelle insertion and removal
Our opening hours over the christmas and new year break are:
We are closed all of the statutory days
24th December 5pm close
27th December closed
28th December closed
31st December closed
We re-open on the 3rd January 2019 at 7am and resume normal operating hours
In the event that you require medical care please go to Westgate Medical Centre or Waitakere A&E
Te Atatu Health is a member of the Comprehensive Care PHO (Primary Health Organisation). Consulting fees are subsidised for patients who are enrolled with us. Patients who are casual or visitors to our clinic are not funded by the PHO, therefore a full consultation fee applies.
Please Note:Payment is required at the time of consultation.
Te Atatu Health accepts payment by EFTPOS or cash.
We accept credit cards however there is a surcharge.
Welcome! We are delighted you would like to join Te Atatu Health. Please complete an Enrolment Form so that your visits can be subsidised in the future.
Completing the form
- All areas in blue are mandatory.
- The more information you provide us with the better we are able to identify you in the NHI database and to contact you should we need to in the future.
- You must confirm your eligibility to access publicly funded health services and we will ask that you provide proof, such as a passport or birth certificate.
- You can scan or fax the form back to us or drop it into the practice.
- The ministry of health still requires a signature on this document, therefore, you will need to print and sign the form.
For more information regarding your entitlement click here.
With this free service you will be able to:
- Make appointments with your GP or nurse
- Order repeat prescriptions
- Access the records held by your GP, including medical history, regular medications, immunisations
- Access the consultation notes your doctor makes about your visits
- Monitor your test results
- Get list of scheduled events (i.e. due dates for checkups and follow up care)
How do I get access to my Patient Portal?
Please contact us to activate your account and we will send you an email with your logon details and instructions.
For more information please visit www.health365.co.nz/Faq