VIRTUAL A/H GP Appointments
Self Help Information

Opening Hours

MON: 8am - 5pm

TUES: 8am - 5.45pm

WED: 8am – 5.45pm

THURS: 8am – 5.45pm

FRI: 8am – 5pm

SAT and SUN - CLOSED

Public Holidays-CLOSED

Phone hours Mon - Fri: 8.00am - 5.00pm

CHRISTMAS and HOLIDAY HOURS

December 27- 29th - 8.30-3.30pm
January 3rd -5th - 8.30-4.30pm
January 8-19th - 8.00-5.00pm

Medico Pak

Repeat prescriptions

Repeat scripts are issued at the discretion of your doctor.

Account number for payments 02-0576-0167858-03

You will be required to see your doctor for a review at least 12 monthly. The doctor has a medico-legal responsibility to ensure that appropriate prescribing and the necessary investigations are current to help in the monitoring of the safety of your medications as well as ensuring age appropriate screening is discussed.
A script can be issued for a maximum of 3 months’ supply of medication and is only valid for 3 months from date of issue.

For controlled drugs a script may only be issued for a maximum of 1 month’s supply.

Our practice policy for requesting a prescription is for you to either call our script line on 04 233 5139 or please send us an email – script@manamedical.co.nz or register with MMH.

 Please allow up to 72 working hours for a script to be available.Repeat Scripts

Please Note:

  • A repeat script charge applies for ALL age groups.
  • For ALL Urgent requests please call the script line 04 233 5139
  • Email prescription requests apply to repeat medications only. We cannot process or accept requests for medicines that have not been prescribed previously for you by a GP at Mana Medical Centre.
  • CLICK HERE to open MMH to request a script
  • All scripts are now sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice. Please provide details where you wish us to send your script. If not provided we will be sending your script to Mana Pharmacy by default

Please send your script to: script@manamedical.co.nz

When requesting a script please specify:

  • Your name
  • Date of birth
  • Names and dosages of your medications (as opposed to colour and size of the tablets) to minimise error.
  • Pharmacy for us to electronically send the script