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We will be altering our operations temporarily. Appointments will only be given between the hours of 10.00am - 4.00pm. Phone lines will be open from 8.00am - 5.00pm. We are experiencing very heavy call loads so we apologise and would appreciate your understanding with any delays.
Regretfully we will need to now charge for all remote consultations (via ManageMyHealth, emails, telehealth or phone). These will be at the discretion of the doctors.
Please click this link to the MOH website for information and the latest advice for COVID-19.
Healthlink phone: 0800 358 5453.
MOH hotline: 0800 358 5453.
Please click here to go to information regarding these changes
MOH have advised there is a hold-up with delivery of 'flu' vaccinations. We will be able to vaccinate presently booked patients but will not be able to book any further appointments until we know when the supply will be restored. Estimated to be next Wednesday
The Government has raised the alert level to 3 which includes the measure `non face-to-face primary care consultations'. As outlined below consultations will be performed via telephone, video and email. In some situations we may require face to face consultations but this will be by prior arrangement ONLY, the doors will be locked so please call reception when you arrive. If for any reason you are asked to attend an appointment at City GPs please come alone or limit support people to one person only. We encourage you to use the website for online script requests, these are available for faxing only. Our operating hours are currently from 8am to 5pm. We are no longer seeing casual or new patients at this time.
Remember: If you have travelled overseas in the last two weeks or have cold or ‘flu’ symptoms, please avoid presenting directly to City GPs and call the dedicated Covid-19 phone line 0800 358 5483 instead.
As you enter City GPs, ALL patients must clean their hands with the hand sanitiser.
As this is an evolving situation thank you for your support as we update our processes.
Groups eligible for early funded vaccinations are those considered high risk and include pregnant women, over-65s, and those with immuno-suppressant conditions or chronic issues such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and chronic respiratory disease. We recommend that all other people defer seeking vaccinations until after the 13th of April so that those most at risk can be covered first. Due to current high demand on our services we appreciate your patience at this time.
|Monday||7.30am - 6.00pm|
|Tuesday||7.30am - 6.00pm|
|Wednesday*||8.00am - 6.00pm|
|Thursday||8.00am - 6.00pm|
|Friday||7.30am - 5.30pm|
* NB: the third Wednesday of the month we open at 9.00am [staff training].
For holiday hours please click here