Opening Hours

Monday 8am – 7pm
Tuesday 8am – 7pm
Wednesday 8am – 6.30pm
Thursday 8am – 7pm
Friday 8am – 5pm


Extra car parks behind building


For repeat prescriptions and appointments, log on to Health365

Family doctors for all our local community

Serving the communities of Massey, Ranui, Swanson and Henderson


From 1st December 2018 there was a reduction in fees for those with a valid Community Services Card.

Adults $18.50 with CSC & their children aged 14-18 $12.50

Patient Portals: We now offer Manage My Health.  This online portal gives patients access to their own health information and the ability to book an appointment or request a repeat prescription.  for more information on this service, or to sign up, ask reception the next time you are in.  You will need an individual email address. (Not a family email address)

Flu Vaccines:  Are available from 1st April.

Sexual Health: Fully funded sexual health screening is available for people aged 15 to 24 years.  It is recommended you are tested for sexually transmitted infections twice yearly and if you have changed partners.  For free confidential advice, phone and speak to our nurses.

HPV: Vaccines for your pre-teen or teenager.  The HPV vaccine protects against cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.  From age 15 a series of 3 vaccines will be given.  This is fully funded up to the age of 27 years.

Zostavax: Shingles Preventative Vaccine.  This is a fully funded vaccine for adults aged 65 years to 80 years old.  Zostavax is also availale for individuals aged 50 to 64 years or over 81 and can be purchased through the practice.  Ask our nurses or your doctor if Zostavax is right for you.

Measles & MMR Vaccination information 

Measles is a very contagious disease that is spread via the air through coughing or sneezing.

Early symptoms include:

  • Coughing
  • Fever
  • runny nose
  • sore red eyes
  • white spots may be present inside the mouth
  • a few days later a rash on the face then the body may appear.

If you or your child have these symptoms please phone the nurse at your local GP or phone Healthline to discuss the symptoms before coming in to see the Doctor. Precautions may need to be taken to make sure the disease is contained. If someone has measles and is waiting in the waiting room whilst coughing and sneezing, measles if very likely to spread to the others present who are not immune. 90% of unprotected people that come into contact with the virus will develop measles. Caution also applies to visiting other public places such as shopping centres, and for school attendance.

If measles is diagnosed, Auckland Regional Public Health will be notified. There is a process for isolating known contacts and anyone presenting with symptoms of measles.

Patients with suspected measles need to isolate at their own home, this is very important to prevent the spread of measles as it is so contagious.

If needing to go to the doctor, to hospital or to have a blood test, advance notice to the service is recommended to avoid common waiting rooms.

If you are uncertain about your vaccination history, please phone the nurse about whether you need to get an MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine.