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Don’t wait weeks for an appointment; access expert healthcare when you need it. We offer consultations in-person, over the phone, via video or over email; helping you to avoid travel unless it’s necessary.

  • Same or next-day consultations
  • Access healthcare from home
  • Quality accredited practice
  • Large team of experts
  • Extensive nursing services
  • Range of additional services

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We work with MyIndici so you can book virtual appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view your lab results from home all from your mobile phone.

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4 May 2022

Clinical Triage

We are making some changes to our Triage system for managing same day appointment requests. We are doing this because we often have more requests for appointments than we have…

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14 February 2022

Back to School Lunches

Lunchboxes can be a daily challenge – you want to make sure your children eat a variety of healthy foods, but you also want to make sure the lunch will…

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11 January 2022

Covid Vaccinations for Children aged 5-11

From 17th January, children aged 5-11years are eligible to have a COVID-19 vaccination. We believe it is important to get children vaccinated before they return to school.  So, we are…

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Today is Pink Shirt Day. #pinkshirtdaynz has been celebrated in Aotearoa since 2009 it gets bigger (and pinker!) every year. Join the movement to Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Ranolf Medical Centre
The Importance of Childhood Vaccinations.All childhood vaccines on the National Immunisation Schedule are free to ALL children in New Zealand until they reach their 18th birthday. Immunisation can start as early as week 16 of pregnancy for mum, and at 6 weeks of age for baby. For the best protection against serious diseases everyone needs to be immunised on time, every time.The National Immunisation Schedule shows when everyone should receive each routine immunisation.What is immunisation?Immunisation is the best way to protect your child against many serious diseases. It works by using a vaccine to stimulate your child's immune system.When a germ like a virus or bacteria enters the body for the first time, the immune system takes time to produce special antibodies to fight that particular germ. During that time, a person may become unwell.As the protective cells and antibodies are made, they destroy the germs and the person recovers. The immune system remembers the germ, for years or for life. If it enters the body again, the immune system can fight off the germ before the person becomes unwell.Why does your baby need immunisation?Babies are born with some passive immunity to certain infections because antibodies are passed on to them from their mother before birth. Breast-fed babies get additional antibodies from their mother’s milk. However, this immunity does not last long. Babies and children need immunisation to provide ongoing protection from many life-threatening diseases.Over a million people around the world die every year from diseases that can be prevented by immunisation. Most of these diseases have become rare in New Zealand thanks to immunisation programmes. Some diseases, such as whooping cough and pneumococcal disease are still common.Many of the diseases that are now rare in New Zealand still exist in other countries and are brought into the country by travellers from time to time, for example, measles. Some diseases will always be present, such as tetanus, which is caused by bacteria that live in the soil.The World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health recommend that you immunise your children. Immunisation is your choice – please talk to your family doctor or nurse if you have any questions.If you think your child – or anyone in your family – may not have had all their immunisations, or if you’re not sure, talk to a doctor or nurse. They will be able to tell you which immunisations you and your family should have.Some children will need extra vaccines, such as the influenza immunisation, if they have certain long-term health conditions, such as diabetes. Talk to a doctor or nurse to find out if your child needs extra immunisations. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Ranolf Medical Centre
Do you need a medical check? Here at Ranolf Medical Centre, we can provide a large range of medical checks including:Driver's license medicalsWorkplace and pre-employment medicalsInsurance medicalsDefence Force medicalsSport medicalsBest of all we offer next-day consultations, so you can prove you're medically fit in no time at all!Give us a call on (07) 347 7537. ... See MoreSee Less