Our clinical staff work in four healthcare teams to deliver the best possible care to our patients.
You can now manage your health needs, and those of your family, using the Manage My Health website or app. Manage My Health allows you to order repeat prescriptions* and access your medical records, medical conditions, lab results, immunisation records, allergies and prescriptions and to share health information with other healthcare providers.
See our reception team to register or click here for activation instructions.
Manage My Health allows you to order repeat prescriptions* and access your medical records, medical conditions, lab results, immunisation records, allergies and prescriptions.
If you are unable to attend an appointment and do not advise reception 2 hours or more prior to your appointment time there may be a charge (unless in exceptional circumstances).
Find out about patient rights, view our policies and terms of trade.
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.
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.
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.
For the safety of everyone on our roads, all drivers must be medically fit to drive.
While it's hard to quantify, medical conditions contribute to road accidents. Driver License applications require you to complete a medical declaration stating if you have any conditions that may affect your ability to drive safely. Depending on the nature of the condition, you may be required to obtain a medical certificate supporting your application.