Find the right care for you and your whānau by knowing where to go when you’re sick or injured.
Find out where to go when you're sick or injured.
If your family doctor is not available your local Accident and Medical (A&M), or after-hours clinic can provide urgent care for illnesses and injuries…
A GP provides medical care in the community and will usually be your first point of contact. Fees are lower if you are enrolled with a GP.
Pharmacists ensure your medication prescriptions are appropriate for you, help you understand how they work and how to take them properly.
Pregnant? It's recommended you find a lead maternity carer (LMC), usually a midwife, by 12 weeks (in the first trimester of pregnancy).
Find up-to-date information about dentists and dental treatments offered. A range of dental services is free until you are 18.
Immunisation is a way of preventing infectious diseases. Vaccinations are offered to babies, children and adults to protect against serious and preven…
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A list of trustworthy health websites to help you and your whanau stay healthy, including smokefree services, mental health resources and more.
The Auckland Regional Public Health Service's website contains information on disease control and prevention, healthy environments and health promotio…
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