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Our dedicated team aims to provide a holistic approach to health and wellbeing and offers a wide range of healthcare services.

Whether it’s travel advice, wellness checks, sexual health, or long-term conditions management, your hauora is our top priority. 

See below for a list of some our key and specialised services

Need more information or not sure if we can help you with something? Reach out to us by giving our friendly receptionists or nurses a call and we will be happy to assist you. 

Our Key Services 

  • General medical treatment, advice, and diagnostic testing

  • Children’s health

  • Immunisations – all ages, including National Immunisation Schedule vaccines and non-funded vaccines

  • Gender-affirming care – hormone therapy maintenance, surgery referrals (see specialized GP services below for more)

  • Mental health support

  • Smoking cessation support

  • Diabetes and other long-term condition care

  • Osteoporosis treatments including Aclasta infusion

  • Wellness checks and full medicals

  • Sexual health care including STI tests, contraception, cervical screening, and fertility checks 

  • Heart health assessments

  • Treatment for accidents including suturing and dressings

  • Minor surgeries including mole removal and for ingrown toenails

  • Pregnancy care (first 14 weeks) and post-pregnancy care

  • Breast checks; prostate checks 

  • Ear suctioning (if appropriate after GP consultation)

  • Wart treatment (liquid nitrogen)

  • Travel advice and vaccinations - please download and complete our pre-travel form below prior to your GP appointment 

Our Specialised GP Services 

Some of our specialised GP services may require a longer appointment or multiple consultations. But an initial appointment with the doctor will always be needed first to discuss your needs. Let reception know who you need to book with or what you’re booking for so they can ensure you’re seeing the right clinician.


Who to see

Initiating gender-affirming hormone therapy* 

Dr Julian Foster or Dr Roger Jubert 


Dr Roger Jubert 

Jadelle removal and/or insertion 

Dr Julian Foster or Dr Theodoor Meijer 

IUD insertion 

Dr Theodoor Meijer 

IUD removal 

Any GP (or Sian – Registered Nurse) 

Ingrown toenail surgery 

Dr Martin Harris, Dr Julian Foster, Dr Theodoor Meijer, or Dr Roger Jubert 


Dr Julian Foster, Dr Theodoor Meijer, or Dr Roger Jubert 

*Please note that the process for initiating hormone therapy will be unique to each individual, including the number of appointments needed; the doctor may also determine that you still require referral to an endocrinologist, depending on test results and other health conditions.

Our Specialised Nurse Services 


Who to see

Cervical screening 

Sian (or your GP) 

IUD removal 

Sian (or your GP)  

Emergency contraception

Sian (or your GP)


Sian (or your GP)  



Jasper is a Nurse Practitioner Intern who can also see patients for the following concerns (or you can see your GP): 

  • Abdominal pains / diarrhoea

  • Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (if you have received a negative RAT result and have been triaged over the phone by one of our nurses first) 

  • Wound infections 

  • Diabetes 

  • UTIs

  • Sore throats / throat infections 

  • Attacks of gout 

  • Asthma attacks or asthma reviews 

  • High blood pressure / hypertension 

  • Medication reviews 

If you are unsure whether Jasper can help you with your concern or not, please call our nurse line to discuss. 

Our Funded Services

We are pleased to be able to offer a number of fully funded services to support our enrolled patients.

Some of these services include: 

  • Diabetes Annual Review: one funded 30-minute appointment with our diabetes nurse per year for an in-depth diabetes health and medication review 

  • Funded appointments for cervical screening for: 
     People with a cervix aged 30+ years who have never had a cervical screening before OR haven’t had a cervical screening in the past 5 years 
     All Māori and Pasifika people who have a cervix 
     All CSC-holders who have a cervix 

  • Funded appointments for people requiring follow-up after their cervical screening 

  • One funded standard GP appointment per year for all rangatahi Māori aged 14-18 years 

  • One funded standard GP appointment per year for all trans patients 

  • Some funded appointments to assist people with long-term conditions (funding applied at the clinician’s discretion).

Repeat Prescriptions

If you’re due for your next prescription, you can order this either by calling reception or by placing a request through Centrik if you have a registered account. 

Please ensure you know the names of the medication/s you need to request and which pharmacy you would like the prescription sent to prior to contacting us. 

All prescriptions are electronically sent directly to your chosen pharmacy. Unless you specifically request an urgent same-day prescription, your prescription will be sent to the pharmacy by 2PM the following working day. There is a higher fee for urgent prescriptions. 

Here’s some other key information on repeat prescriptions: 

  • Make sure to order your repeat prescriptions early: we strongly recommend that you keep enough of your medications to last at least 3 weeks in case of emergencies 

  • You may request a repeat prescription without an appointment, but your GP (including locum GPs) may determine that it is inappropriate to prescribe without seeing you 

  • If your GP decides that providing a repeat prescription is not appropriate without a consultation with you first, we will contact you to let you know 

  • Charges apply for all repeat prescriptions – see our fees schedule 

  • Please let us know if you need your prescription urgently – same-day fee applies, see our fees schedule 

  • We recommend contacting your pharmacy before you go to collect your prescription to ensure they’ve received it and to give them time to prepare your medications 

  • If you’re requesting a medication that your GP has never prescribed for you before, you will need to see them for an appointment

If you are receiving certain medications, you need a review with your prescriber every 3 months. This could be an in-person or telehealth consultation depending on your health conditions and the medications you are taking. Your prescriber can advise on whether telehealth is an option.

These medications include:

  • Opioids – this includes morphine, tramadol, codeine

  • Benzodiazepines – this includes diazepam, lorazepam, clonazepam

  • Stimulants – methylphenidate, dexamphetamine

  • Others such as gabapentin, pregabalin, cyclizine

If you have not had an appointment with your prescriber in the last three months, your repeat prescription request will be declined and you will need to book an appointment for review instead. 

The above medications will not be prescribed for new patients until they have had an assessment with a prescribing clinician.

If there are concerns about whether these are the right medications for you, the clinician may choose not to prescribe these medications. 

Take a look at our FAQs page for answers to some other frequently asked questions about prescriptions.