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The second annual Stoptober campaign is set to go and thousands of people nationwide will be signing up to stop smoking for the month of October.
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Do you want someone to stay with you during your appointment?

All patients are entitled to have a chaperone with them for any appointment.
This can be a family member, friend or staff member.

If you want a staff member to accompany you please let the receptionist know when you make your appointment.

Travel Vaccines

When travelling to other countries there may be a need to have certain vaccinations.
When you are preparing your travel plans consult with us to see what your requirements are.
We are able to administer most vaccinations here, at a very competitive rate.
Please book early as some vaccines may have to be ordered in specially.

Skin Checks

We offer full comprehensive skin checks for both enrolled and non enrolled patients at a very reasonable rate.
Your skin will be checked form top-to-toe in a 15-20 Minute consultation.
Dr Graeme Scrivener has a special interest in skin checks and has extensive experience in small skin lesion surgery.
He is a member of the Australasia Skin Cancer College. Please phone reception for an appointment.

Missed Appointments

In order to discourage people not turning up for their appointments, we charge a $20 fee for missed appointments
This fee will apply to patients of all ages.|
Please note that you will not incur this fee if you ring to cancel or change your appointment.
We hope this will encourage people to ring so that we can then offer their appointments to other patients.

Amuri Community Health Centre Fees

As a Community owned Health Centre we are very aware of the need to have our health services as accessible as possible to people in our community. Therefore  for the last two years we have not increased our patient fees. However this year we will need to increase some of our fees

Doctors Fees Under 13 years FREE
$24.00 - 13-17 years
$30.00 - 18-24 years
$34.00 - 25+ years
$12.00 - Blood taking fees

The above charges to see a doctor are for a standard 15 minute appointment;  if a consultation is out of hours, involves travel to the patient, extended time, multiple family problems, procedures, medical supplies, travel medicine, or medical certificates, other charges will apply.

If you are having genuine difficulty with payment, we can find a way to help you. We may  also be able to assist patients with ongoing health problems through Care Plus. Please ask us.  Thankyou.

Telephone Prescriptions

Just a reminder there is a charge for phone prescriptions – this can be paid online or at the health Centre



Whilst we acknowledge that sometimes you may need to wait for sometime to see the Doctor, we ask that you are on time for your appointment. If you are late and we are fully booked  the doctor or nurse may not be able to see you that day and you may need to make another appointment.
We try to ensure that there aren’t too many delays for you – however as the doctors and nurses often have to deal with emergencies or urgent situations delays can happen.
If you think your appointment may need longer than 10-15 minutes please ask for a double appointment when you book.

Immigration Medicals

We are now unable to see people for Immigration medicals.

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Community Ownership

  • The Amuri Community Health Centre is 100% owned by the ‘Amuri Community Trust’ a not for profit organisation.
  • Community ownership allows us to provide the best care in an ever changing environment and to attract the best health professionals.
  • The charitable status of the Health Centre also allows us to seek  funds which would not have been open to us under a traditional model.

Amuri Health reception area

Our building allows us to fit in with the Government's Primary Health Care Strategy of an integrated Health Centre, focusing on prevention rather than cure and keeping patients out of hospital.
Amuri Community Health Centre  is a Cornerstone accredited practice having met the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners standard for GP services as defined in 'aiming for excellence'.

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