Covid-19 Delta Alert Level 2
UPDATED INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS UNDER COVID-19 DELTA ALERT LEVEL 2 (10/09/21)
For Patient and Staff safety, we ask that you please only enter the practice if you have an appointment
If you have an appointment at the clinic, anyone over the age of 12 must wear a mask. Please scan our QR code and use sanitiser on arrival.
Phone appointments only, can now be booked via Manage My Health.
Phone and video (virtual) appointments are still being offered initially as under previous alert levels.
Face-to-face appointments: If you would like to be seen face-to-face, you will be assessed by one of our triage team and an appropriate appointment will be arranged.
We are currently operating two entrances to the practice at separate ends of our building. Our normal main entrance is the 'GREEN STREAM' for non-respiratory patients, and the 'RED STREAM' is at the other end of the building, for patients with respiratory symptoms. When you make your appointment, you will be advised what stream (entrance) to use for your appointment.
Nurse appointments are available, please phone to speak to reception who will be able to advise you further.
We are continuing to recommend Covid swabs for our patients with respiratory symptoms. Please phone reception to book.
New Patients - We are accepting application for enrolments again for those patients who do not have a GP in Dunedin. Please note, if your enrolment is accepted there will be a delay in getting an initial appointment as we are prioritising our patients that were re-scheduled due to Covid-19 Delta Alert Level's 3 and 4. Please click for an Application to Enrol
- COVID-19 Vaccinations - To book a Covid vaccination, please visit https://bookmyvaccine.covid19.health.nz/ Please note, if you have made an online vaccination booking with us, we are unable to change this for you. You will need to re-book or cancel via the book my vaccine website above.
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