Traffic Light System
During the traffic light system, the carpark is our waiting room.
We are offering in person or telephone consultations, PLEASE CALL RECEPTION FIRST to speak to a receptionist on 04-4770014. If you book to see a doctor in person, please arrive at your appointment time and wait in the carpark for your doctor to call you, they will ask you some screening questions, and this will help us decide how we can help you safely.
We appreciate your patience during this time.
If you are aged 12 and over and you want to book in for a Covid Vaccination you can go onto the "book my vaccine" website https://bookmyvaccine.covid19.health.nz
Christmas and New Year Opening/Closing Hours 2021/22
Monday 20th December - 8.30-5pm
Tuesday 21st December - 8.30-5pm
Wednesday 22nd December - 8.30-5pm
Thursday 23rd December - 8.30-5pm
Friday 24th December - 8.30-12.30pm
Closed 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th December
Wednesday 29th December - 8.30-5pm
Thursday 30th December - 8.30-5pm
Friday 31st December - 8.30-12.30pm
Closed 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th January 2022
Wednesday 5th January - 8.30-5pm
Thursday 6th January - 8.30-5pm
Friday 7th January - 8.30-5pm
Flu Vaccinations Update
Great News!!!! You can now book in for your flu vaccinations for all ages, funded and non funded. Please call reception on 04-4770014
We now accept Southern Cross Claims - If you are a Southern Cross Member, ask at reception about our easy claim system.
Free Cervical Screeing
If you are aged 25-69. Click on the link to find out more details.
You can now register for ManageMyHealth(MMH). Call into Churton Park Medical Care and speak to one of our lovely reception staff to complete a registration form. We are in the process of setting up MMH which will involve staff training and we will let you know when we are ready to go.
Funded Menactra is available for individuals aged 13-25 years in their first year of living in a boarding school hostel, tertiary education hall of residence. Please contact one of our nurses by phone 04 477-0014 if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment to receive a vaccine.
For concerns regarding the Coronavirus please refer to the Ministry of Health web site https://www.health.govt.nz/ or call Healthline 0800 358 5453
No doubt you are all aware of the CORONAVIRUS situation, and at the medical centre we are taking steps to reduce your risk of transmission so:
It is likely that over time, the virus will spread in our community so it is important to take measures like this now so that the spread will be as slow as possible.
Hand-washing is your first-line of protection, cover your cough (cough and sneeze into a tissue or your elbow) and keep your hands away from your face. These proven methods do more than anything to keep you safe. Please click on the link below.