COVID-19 Immunisation – No Bookings Required

Everyone 12 years and over in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland can get their free vaccination now.

Walk in or drive up to community vaccination centres – no booking required.

 You don’t need to book to get vaccinated at community vaccination centres and drive-through centres. Simply walk in or drive up with the whānau in your bubble during the opening hours.

Find your nearest centre here.

If you’d prefer a booking, you can still book online at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26. The link below gives more information and details on where your closest vaccination centre is.

Covid-19 Vaccination Information – Home Page (northernregion.health.nz)

COVID-19 BOOSTER SHOTS

People aged 18 and older who had their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago can visit some walk-in sites for a booster dose.

You can also book an appointment for a booster dose by calling the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 (8am to 8pm, 7 days a week).

From 17 January 2022, you’ll be able to book booster doses yourself at BookMyVaccine.nz with an interval of 4 months from the second dose. If you had your second dose at least 4 months ago, you can book an appointment now through Book My Vaccine.

Boosters are strongly recommended for anyone over 18 who has had their second dose at least 4 months ago.

Walk-in appointments available at Devonport Pharmacy, Victoria Road (Monday – Friday)

Walk-in appointments available at Devonport 7 Day Pharmacy, beside New World (Monday – Sunday)

Funded influenza vaccines

From mid April – . We are making bookings to give funded vaccines to our over 65 years of age patients. Please phone the surgery to make a nurse booking. The number of patients in the surgery at one time will be limited.

https://www.influenza.org.nz/

COVID-19 ORANGE LIGHT

  • You will only be able to book Phone, Face2Face and Video consults through our online booking system – Connectmed with some of our doctors.
  • If you phone the surgery for a face to face appointment we will triage and screen all our appointments for the Doctors and Nurses. We appreciate your understanding.
  • We would appreciate your support and patience with our overloaded staff at this time. If you think you may have Covid19 or have been in contact with a confirmed case, or been at a location of interest we ask that you phone the COVID Healthline 0800 358 5453 for advice. The nearest local testing centre is at Northcote Community Centre, College Road, Northcote.

Lab results and reports no longer emailed

We no longer email lab test results or reports. Please use the online portal (under Health Records) to see test results or we can print them off for you to collect from reception. Contact us to arrange portal registration for you if you don’t have already have access to online bookings and prescription ordering.

COVID-19 Testing Centre – Local

NORTHNORTHCOTE COMMUNITY TESTING STATION16-18 College Rd, Northcote
(beside SaveMart)
Walk-in/Drive thru
Mon to Fri 8.30 am – 4.30 pm
Sat to Sun 8.30 am – 2.30 pm

The Covid-19 Vaccination Roll-out – No Bookings Required

Everyone 12 years and over in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland can get their free vaccination now.

Walk in or drive up to community vaccination centres – no booking required You don’t need to book to get vaccinated at community vaccination centres and drive-through centres. Simply walk in or drive up with the whānau in your bubble during the opening hours.

Find your nearest centre here.

If you’d prefer a booking, you can still book online at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26. The link below gives more information and details on where your closest vaccination centre is.

Covid-19 Vaccination Information – Home Page (northernregion.health.nz)

If you require any medical assistance, please phone our practice – 094451215

We remain open during all Alert Levels — health and medical facilities (such as medical practices and pharmacies) are an essential service. However, our practice is now reimplementing some safety measures as part of our response to Alert Levels .

If you require any medical assistance, please phone our practice. All patients will be screened during their initial phone call to determine their ‘next steps’.

Dial 111 if you need urgent help.

There are also several things you can do right now:
 
+ Continue or get back to stringent hand hygiene, sneeze and cough into your elbow.​
+ If you or a family member are unwell, please stay at home and contact Healthline or your GP about getting a test.​
+ Practice physical distancing of two meters wherever possible.​
+ Consider wearing a mask in public spaces or places where it is hard to physically distance.​

Pre Flight COVID Testing and Health Certificates for flying out of New Zealand – Contact ShoreCare on phone 094867777 selecting the Northcross clinic. They can arrange a time for you to have a test and health certificate consultation. Belmont Medical doesn’t offer this facility.

Welcome to a new nurse

At Belmont Medical Centre, we are very pleased to welcome a new nurse to our staff. Lou is joining Lynn in the nursing team. She will be working 3 days a week. She is a practice nurse who brings with her years of expertise in women’s health. Lou lives locally with her husband and teenage children. Lou has replaced Terry who is now retired after working for 24 years at Belmont Medical Centre.

All prescriptions are now sent electronically to your local pharmacy

To limit the number of face to face contacts for our patients collecting prescriptions, all requested prescriptions will now be sent electronically to your local pharmacy. Please inform the receptionist which pharmacy you would like this to be.

New Website

We are working on a new website for our patients with options for online services. This will include online consultations and easier options for consultation and prescription payments. It is a “work in progress” at this stage. We are continuing to give as many flu vaccinations as possible to our most needed patients at the surgery under some strict guideline for patient and staff protection

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