They will provide you with medical advice, prescriptions and help you to manage any long-term conditions.
If you don’t have a family doctor, (also known as your GP or General Practitioner) you can ask family and friends or you can find one on Healthpoint.
Speak to your family or local GP about which immunisation is right for you and your whaanau. Including: (add these in bullet points) COVID-19, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), Flu
Healthline is staffed by registered nurses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If English isn’t your first language, there are interpreters who can help.
More information about Healthline is available here.
If you or your family are unwell at night, during the weekend, or on a public holiday, call your family doctor first. They will be able to advise or direct you to the nearest A&M clinic.
Please remember to bring your community service card or high user health card if you have one. Free or low-cost care may be available for:
The Middlemore Hospital Emergency Department is for life-threatening conditions.