Take a step toward better health by enrolling now.

Benefits of enrolling with QMC include subsidised consultation fees and access to free services.

Enrolling at Queenstown Medical Centre is simple and straightforward.

Access to all 4 locations

As an enrolled patient, you can be seen at any of our four clinics located centrally in Queenstown, Arrowtown, Jack's Point and Remarkables Park.  

Your health, our priority

Your health matters most. Our dedicated team ensures personalised care, guiding you towards optimal well being. You can trust us as your healthcare partner.

Comprehensive care

From routine check-ups to specialised care, our comprehensive approach addresses every aspect of your physical and mental well being.

Why choose to enrol at QMC

  • Our large team of doctors and nurse practitioners means high availability at short notice
  • Subsidised fees for consultations in pre-booked appointments
  • Discounted fees for our After Hours & Urgent Care clinic
  • Children under 14 years old are entitled to free consultations
  • Shorter than national average wait times in After Hours & Urgent Care
  • 4 practice locations across Queenstown
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Eligibility information

Please note that you will need to provide identification and submit it along with the online form.

See below for a list of acceptable supporting evidence:

New Zealand Citizens:
  • New Zealand Passport (No further documentation required); OR
  • New Zealand Driver's License, AND one of the following:
  • Birth Certificate
  • Community Services Card
New Zealand Residents and Other Eligible Persons:
  • Passport, AND one of the following:
  • NZ Work Visa (at least 2 years total on one or more consecutive visas)
  • Residence Permit
Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents:
  • Australian passport, or other passport with Australian permanent resident/resident return visa, AND
  • Evidence that New Zealand has been/will be their principal place of residence for at least two years (e.g. employment, house purchase). The two years is counted from their arrival date in New Zealand.

Our Services

We offer specialist clinics where our team's breadth and depth of expertise and knowledge supports everyone to better health. As well as a wide range of co-located health providers.

After Hours & Urgent Care

No appointment needed, walk-in service 7 days a week.

Open 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday-Friday and 10:00 am-6:00 pm Weekends & Public Holidays. We provide a one-stop location for most common medical problems. You will be triaged by a nurse and then have a consultation with either a doctor or nurse practitioner. After Hours & Urgent Care Clinic is not for emergency care. We are available to assist patients with an illness or injury that does not appear to be life-threatening. If you require emergency care, please head to the Queenstown Lakes District Hospital or call 111.

Australian Immigration Medical

Book Your Australian Immigration Medical at QMC

At QMC, we're here to assist you with your Australian immigration medical assessments, which are expertly handled by our certified Australian Immigration panel doctors, Dr. Jo Cannon and Dr. Simon Davies. Your examination will be conducted using the Australian Immigration Department’s eMedical system. Please ensure you obtain your unique HAP ID number from your Australian Immigration case manager and bring your eMedical referral letter to your appointment.

Cervical Screening

Now's the time to get checked.

Regular cervical screening is your best protection against cervical cancer. In 2023, human papillomavirus (HPV) screening became the new method for cervical screening in Aotearoa New Zealand. It looks for the human papillomavirus, which causes cell changes that may lead to cervical cancer.

Contraceptive Clinic

Advising on all types of contraceptive care. Government funding schemes can be available. Clinics are held at our Isle Street practice.

Our contraceptive clinic provides various birth control options, including IUDs, jadelles, contraceptive pills, injections, condoms, and emergency contraception, ensuring you have a diverse selection to meet your specific needs. Funded appointments are available for enrolled patients under 22 yrs and/or up to 50yrs, with a community services card, High User Card or of Māori or Pacific ethnicity. Learn more about our contraceptive clinic below.

Your results in your hands

With our patient portal, you have 24/7 access to your medical information and results. Book an appointment and order your repeat prescriptions with ease.