Opening Hours

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

Parking

Extra car parks behind building

Family doctors for all our local community

Serving the communities of Massey, Ranui, Swanson and Henderson

News

Extension:  Our extension is now complete. You will notice when you first walk in that the position of reception has changed  and we now have 4 nurse treatment areas and an additional 3 doctors consulting rooms!  New signage has been added to reflect our name change.  We welcome you to come see our fresh revamped premises.

Dr Edwin Yip is a new doctor working for us, He works Tuesday to Friday.  Many of our patients have already met Edwin but we would like to welcome him to Massey.  Edwin speaks English and Cantonese.

Shingles Vaccine:  Now Available

Many of us have either had shingles or know of a friend or relative who have had shingles before.  If you have had chicken pox (and most people in New Zealand have), you are carrying the virus that causes shingles.  The chicken pox virus never leaves your body – when you recover from chicken pox, the virus becomes inactive in the nerves in your spine, but can re-emerge as shingles later on in life.

Shingles appear as painful blisters often on the body or over the eye and forehead – in come cases this can cause severe chronic pain and disability long after the blisters heal, and can be a threat to your eyesight.

Prevent Shingles with a Vaccine:  A new shingles vaccine has recently become available in New Zealand for people over the age of 50 years.  It has shown to be effective in preventing shingles.  The shingles vaccine is unfunded in NZ, but it is available at Massey Medical Centre.  Your risk of getting shingles increases sharply over the age of 50 with a 1 in 3 lifetime risk, and by the age of 80, 1 in 2 people will have experienced shingles.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about the shingles vaccine, please ask your doctor or nurse.