If you have an URGENT health condition that you think is life threatening please dial 111.
If your health condition is URGENT but not life threatening then please contact us via phone on 073470000 where you will be contacted by a doctor who will triage your symptoms. If we feel a face to face review is necessary this will be arranged. Please be aware if we ask you to come in, we ask you to wear a mask. These can be provided if you don’t have one.
Covid 19 symptoms
If you have symptoms consistent with Covid 19 (https://covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/about-covid-19/covid-19-symptoms/) and are unwell please contact us and we will advise you what to do next.
If you have symptoms consistent with Covid 19 but are not unwell or have been to a place of interest/identified as a close contact but don’t have symptoms you will require a swab. We ask you attend the community swab centre for this. You do not need an appointment and can just turn up. Opening times and details can be found here: https://www.healthpoint.co.nz/community-health-services/community-health/rotorua-covid-19-community-testing-centre/
Please be aware you should isolate at home until your swab is negative and your symptoms have settled for 24 hours or you are advised otherwise by public health.
If you have a routine appointment booked we ask you not to come to the practice. We will however call you at your appointment time and deal with you issue remotely.
Covid 19 Vaccinations
We strongly encourage all our patients who are eligible to get their covid 19 vaccination when able. Anyone aged 12 and over are eligible to book their vaccines now. If you are unsure about the covid vaccine we are more than happy to have a chat to you about it although we politely request this is done when we drop back down alert levels.
More information about the covid vaccine including how to book and who can book can be found here: https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19-vaccines/
Immigration clinic is currently suspended until alert level 2.
Other requests including prescriptions.
We expect our phone lines to be quite busy. We therefore would like to remind you that requests including prescriptions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or requested via the manage my health app.