• Flu Vaccinations

    • Flu Vaccinations will be available to everyone from 1st April 2023  and can be booked online now.
    • Children 6mths - 11mths - Please phone reception to book for the flu vaccination
    • Children 6mths - 12yrs flu vaccine is free this year

  • Fees Increase - Due to ongoing rising costs we are having to increase our fees as of the 1st of July 2023. Please see our fees page for updated consult prices. Thank you for your ongoing support.

  • Telephone consults are available .

  • If you are looking for advice regarding covid-19 please see our tab above.


We are doing tests for covid-19 symptomatic enrolled patients.  Please call reception to book.  03 389 9385

If you test positive for covid-19 please visit here for simple advice.

All household contacts that have no symptoms or if you are not a household contact and have mild symptoms, please do a self swab rapid antigen test.  These are available from the following sites:


Whānau Ora Covid-19 Testing Centre, 250 Pages Road, Wainoni, Christchurch – Marae

OPEN 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – 7 days


Orchard Road COVID-19 Testing Centre, 174 Orchard Road, Harewood, Christchurch (near Airport)

OPEN 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM – 7 days


Wigram COVID-19 Testing Centre, 35 Mustang Avenue, Wigram

OPEN TODAY 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – 7 days


Waimakariri – Community collection site, Hockey turf, 291 Coldstream Road, Rangiora

OPEN 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – 7 days


Guidance for Household Contacts

It is important that you isolate away from other people.  

You will need to have a COVID-19 test on Days 3 and 10 of the isolation period.  Test outside these days if symptoms develop.

Release from isolation:  release on Day 11,  provided you have a negative test result from your Day 10 Covid-19 test, so long as you have no new or worsening symptoms.

Please see further guidance about close contacts here  Guidance for Household Contacts



If you have concerns that this advice does not cover please call us and speak to a nurse.  03 389 9385.

We expect the Omicron variant to be a mild illness for the majority of people.  This is particularly true if you are fully vaccinated.  

If you are high risk as classified as by other health conditions we would expect to be in contact with you routinely to check in on you.  

Its a good idea to have a plan ready in advance, for yourself and whanau, of what to do when someone tests positive or a close contact of covid-19.  Please see here for advice to follow.  

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