Ph 04-233 8019

Contact details

Opening Hours

MON 8.00am – 6.00pm
TUE 8.00am – 6.00pm
WED 8.00am – 6.00pm
THU 8.00am – 6.00pm
FRI 8.00am – 5.00pm
Public Holidays - Closed


107 Mana Esplanade
Paremata, Porirua 5026
Fax: 04 233 8056


What’s New

Chickenpox Vaccine Changes

From the 1st July 2017 – Children born on/after 1 April 2016 will be eligible for one funded vaccine dose at 15 months of age.

Children born on /after 1 July 2006 will be eligible for one funded vaccine dose at 11 years of age IF they have not already had chickenpox immunisation or disease.

If you have any questions please contact our nurses: 04 2338019 or click a here to view a short video from the MOH

Health Care Online

Manage My Heath (MMH)  is a new online service that gives you

  • the freedom to manage your health needs – and that of your family anytime, anywhere
  • access to your medical records – view medical conditions, lab results, immunisation records, allergies, prescriptions and share health information as required with other healthcare providers
  • online tools to improve your health and track your progress online

MMH is available to you right now. All you need to do is ask at reception or  Click here for a brochure. The registration process is quick and easy.

Flu Vaccination

It is Flu session and we encourage you to call us to make an appointment to have your flu vaccination. The vaccination is free for some including those over the age of 65 years and those with chronic respiratory conditions.  Call the practice today on 2338019 to make an appointment.

National Enrolment Services

We have moved on to the Ministry of Health’s new National Enrolment System – as part of this we need to check we have your most recent details so your National Health Index Number can be validated. Please do not be offended if we ask you to confirm your details.

Staff Changes

It is with great sadness we farewell Dr Andrew Enevoldson who is returning back to the UK, he will be missed by us all and are hoping that he will return in the future.
On a very positive note Dr Caroline Armstrong has returned from parental leave and will be working on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
In November we welcome Dr Paul Kelly who will be joining us fulltime and will be replacing Dr Vic Allcock.