Telephone 04 293.6005. When Waikanae Health is closed your call will be forwarded to a Triage Nurse who will be able to offer advice and if necessary contact the after hours doctor on call. A Doctor is available on call until 10pm each night
Telephone us directly on 04 293.6002 at any time. This line is answered promptly during surgery and after hours and will connect you to the medical staff on call. The doctors are able to deal with accidents, trauma and medical emergencies.
During our opening hours: 04 293.6005
On the first Wednesday of each month we open at 9.30am to allow for our monthly full staff meeting.
The Waikanae Specialist Medical Centre
Occupational Health, including pre-employment medicals and drug and substance abuse testing.
Ear Health including Ear suctioning
Wound and Ulcer clinic run by our specialist wound care Nurse
Skin Checks and Mole Mapping
Minor Surgery, excisions, mole removal and toenail resections
Liquid Nitrogen for the treatment of skin cancers and warts
Medicine Reconciliation service
Request a repeat prescription
Email our Practice Manager
Notify us of your change of address or phone number
We can text you for extended appointments and other short messages. Let us know your mobile phone number.
Download our Patient Information brochure
Download our latest Newsletter
Give us some feedback, we value your opinions.
See whats happening at our Beach site; 43 Te Moana Rd
First Aid instructions
Make a suggestion, we like to hear your ideas
Find out about enrolment, funding and registration
Employment opportunities at Waikanae Health
More than just a regular GP service. Providing General Practice and Specialist Medical Services for you and your family.
more likely to stay smoke free. There are many options to help you succeed. See your Doctor.
If you can quit for 28 days, you are 5 times
October is Breast Cancer awareness month.
Support your local Pink Ribbon Breakfast and click here to visit the Breast Cancer Foundation website. Check out the information on our blog.
“More than just a regular GP service”