From 11.59 17/8/2021 we will be in level 4 until Friday 27th Aug 11.59pm
It is very important that you all stay home – limiting your movement.
We do have very strict procedures and guidelines in place at the practice. We would appreciate if you adhere to our guidelines.
If you are unwell to please call us as we are able to provide you with a phone consult with one of our doctors.
We ask you to please not come into the practice unless we ask you to. And our front door will be locked. If you come into the practice you will need to wear a mask.
Our opening hours are currently 8- 5pm (Mon-Fri) and the Laboratory person will not be in the practice. If you require a blood test, please call reception for advice.
Our vaccination clinic is now up and running and we have increased our days to mon- sat over the next few weeks.
We will be asking questions prior to entering the vaccine clinic – this is in place to protect us all:
- Have you a new or worsening cough, runny nose, a sore throat, loss of smell, a fever, any new muscle aches and pains and lethargy, sinus symptoms or short of breath?
- Have you had a swab and waiting on the results?
- Have you been asked to self-isolate?
- Is someone in your household been asked to self-isolate?
Answered YES to any of the above – we are unable to vaccinate you and you will need to re schedule your appointment:
To schedule an appointment – Location: Paremata
We appreciate your assistance with our strict guidelines that are in place to protect us all.
And remember to call us if you are unwell.
Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout Updates
Click here for updated information regarding our Mana-Plimmerton Covid Vaccine Clinic at the Paremata-Plimmerton Rugby Club at Ngati-toa Domain – Late July
January 2021 Update
What a year we have all had, a year we would all like to move forward from.
It is very important to keep using the Covid tracer app, turn on the blue tooth option on the app, stay home if you are sick and wash your hands regularly.
We will update our website to reflect any updates in levels.
22 September 2020
Level 1 within the practice
We continue to screen everyone over the phone or via MMH as our top priority – please be honest, this assists us with managing patients with symptoms – a sore throat, dry cough, fever or short of breath, this is to protect you and our staff from any risk no matter how small.
We prefer you to not enter the practice without an appointment.
If you want general information regarding the Level 1 situation please go to www.covid.org.nz
Managing your health is very important to us and remember that if you are unwell or have any concerns – please don’t delay and call us on 04 233 8019. We are able to book an appointment for you – whether it is a phone/video or an in-person appointment:
- We will be encouraging everyone to turn up on time for their appointments and not too early. Our aim is to run our appointments on time, so you are not required to sit in the practice for long periods. Of course, this is our aim and with the nature of health we do have emergencies that does hold us up at times. If we are running late we may ask you to go back to your car and we will call you when your doctor or nurse is ready to see you.
- Our front door remains locked – please ring the bell for attention.
- Use of Hand sanitiser when you come in and leave the practice.
- Limited seating – to assist with smaller numbers in the practice waiting room.
Most appointments will be in person but we will be offering the option for you to book an appointment for either a video or phone consult, we do have more information on the terms and conditions for this option, this information is on our website under the Service tab.
The Lab service will be returning to the practice on 28th September – Mon and Fri 9-9.30am, Wed 8-8.30am.
Contact Tracing is very important. We keep a record of who comes in and out of the practice. If you are a visitor or a support person you will be asked to sign in at the front desk or scan your QR code at the front entrance.
If you are on facebook – please follow our page “Mana Medical Centre Ltd” to keep updated with any additional educational information.
Our aim is to provide healthcare to all that need it. During a pandemic it is very important to reduce the spread of the disease and to protect the healthcare workers so we can care for you.
For updated information please go to COVID-19, visit www.covid19.govt.nz
For advice please call Healthline on 08003585453
If you have been advised by the healthline team to see your GP, please stay home and call us on 04 2338019 and speak to one of our health professionals.
For further information from the Ministry of Health please click here
Please click here for a good resource for kids on Covid19.
If you are having any anxiety issues this site may assist you and your family. https://www.mentalhealth.org.nz/get-help/covid-19/
FACE COVID – How to respond effectively to the corona crisis click here