We are independent general practitioners who share medical facilities as we care for our patients. Each doctor endeavours to provide quality comprehensive service, at a reasonable cost, to the individuals and families under their care. However when a doctor is unavailable, for reasons of part-time attendance, sickness, study or annual leave, the attending doctors will provide medical care to all patients.

We are skilled practitioners in primary health care. As well as providing general medical services, each doctor has developed their own special interest areas, such as well-woman health focus, care of the elderly, and integrative medicine.Our role is to enable each person to attain quality health. Where necessary, as in accidents, acute and chronic illness, we utilise the appropriate technology (diagnostic and surgery) and medical therapies, to facilitate the healing process. In many cases, 'inherent life energy' can be enhanced through simple interventions with nutrition, exercise, mind transformation and lifestyle change. At all times the dignity of the person is respected.

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PHONE (09) 5374980 and PRESS '1'
When dialling in to 5374980 you will hear a message about 111 emergencies and then be prompted to
 PRESS 1 for Reception to make an appointment
 PRESS 2  to speak to a Practice Nurse   
 PRESS 3  to request a repeat prescription

Early in the morning our telephone lines are busy; if your request is non-urgent it is easier to contact us after 10.00 am.
After our receptionist has welcomed you, please indicate if your request is for an appointment, investigation results, (blood, X-ray), repeat prescription or for another service.
If requesting an appointment, please indicate if you need an urgent or non-urgent consultation. Urgent consultations will be immediately transferred to a nurse who will ascertain the seriousness of your problem. If a nurse is unavailable, your doctor will be immediately be contacted. Non-urgent consultations will be given an appointment time with the doctor of your choice.

Attending Your Appointment
We are located in two adjoining buildings. On arrival at reception, please check you are at the correct location. If reception does not advise the location of your appointment, please ask for instruction.
Please note: Most appointments are for 15 minutes. 30 minute appointments for which an extra charge may apply are given to:

Reception now requires at least 2 hours' notice if a patient cannot attend an appointment; if this is not given and no exceptional circumstances apply, the fee will be invoiced.

After Hours Care and Emergencies - Phone or visit Eastcare A&E: 260 Botany Road, Howick, 2013.  Phone  (09) 277 1516


The March 2022 newsletter offers more about how living with the endemic Covid-19 virus and its variants. General Practice will be increasingly responsible for managing community infection. Dr Ric also reflects on other global threats and offers advice for conserving your emotional wellbeing.

Please note that if you have suspicious flu-like symptoms, please call us for advice and to arrange a test. Do not come into the waiting room.

You can speak to us by phone or call Healthline on 0800 358 5453








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128 and 130 Millhouse Drive

Howick, Auckland 2013

8:30am - 6.45 pm weekdays (last appointment 6:30pm) at 128
8:30am - 5.00 pm weekdays at 130
9:00am - 12:00 pm Saturdays at 128

After-Hours Emergency and Medical Care is provided by:
Eastcare A&E: 260 Botany Road, Howick, 2013
Phone 277 1516

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