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Opening Hours

MON: 8am - 5pm

TUES: 8am - 5.45pm

WED: 8am – 5.45pm

THURS: 8am – 5.45pm

FRI: 8am – 5pm


Public Holidays-CLOSED

Phone hours Mon - Fri: 8.00am - 5.00pm


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

Latest News and Information

Christmas and Holiday Season Hours

With the holiday season almost upon us and with staff off on leave, please request your repeat script in a timely manner.

To provide this service we do require at least 72hours for us to process your script.

We will be closed over the public holidays and our hours over the holiday break will be slightly reduced.

Please remember we do offer an afterhours service using a virtual GP service with Practice Plus. Click here for more information.

Our opening hours over the Holiday break Dec – Jan:

Dec 27th -29th: 8.30 – 3.30pm

Jan 3rd to 5th: 8.00 – 4.30pm

Jan 8th to 19th:  8.00 – 5.00pm

We are closed on Public Holidays.

We would like to wish yourself and your whanau a safe Christmas and New Year.

Nga mihi
Mana Medical Centre Team

Menopause Clinic

Dr Caroline Armstrong is a NZ- trained GP who has an interest in women’s health and menopause. Our new Menopause clinic will provide you with a comprehensive assessment. If you would like more information please click here

Cervical Screening Programme Update

There have been some changes in the National Cervical Screening Programme in Aotearoa, New Zealand. HPV (Human Pampiloma Virus) is now the primary screening test.

Find out more about your options visit: or freephone 0800 729 729.

Mask Wearing Update

As you are likely aware, the government has lifted the mask mandate in medical centres.

We are humbly asking that for the time being, you continue to do so.

Wearing a mask is by no means a magic bullet for reducing infection spread, but it does help.

The health system is currently under enormous strain and there are a large number of infectious diseases in the community, some of which can be infectious without symptoms.

If you inadvertently got one of our staff sick, this could mean multiple cancelled appointments, leading to congested After Hours and Emergency Departments, leading to cancelled surgeries and clinics at hospitals.

We also see very vulnerable patients, such as those on cancer treatments or too young for immunisations, who cannot defend themselves from an infection in the same way most people can.

We think ethically it is the right thing to do to protect them by wearing a mask for a small part of your day, and hope you feel the same

The government in its press release acknowledges, “Mask wearing remains an important way we can prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, in health and disability care settings”.

We continue to ask that you report any infectious symptoms when booking so we can put you into an appropriate appointment with a doctor wearing protective equipment such as an N95 mask, gown and head visor.

We will review this in September, by which time we hope things will be settling a bit

Thank you for your continued support.


Laboratory times

We have a new weekly timetable for the Lab (SCL) working out of the practice:

Thursday and Friday: 8.00-8.30am

Virtual Health After Hours

Introducing Practice Plus a same day virtual after-hours GP appointments to suit you and your whanau. Click here to make an appointment

Please click here for more information

Terms and Conditions for phone and video consults

We are pleased to announce that due to patient request we will continue to offer phone and video consultations. These will be charged at the same rate as a face to face consultation. 

Please click here for more information