The Clinic has been open since 1998 and is a  purpose built facility of 550 sq m, including on-site xray, chemist, dentist, physiotherapist, podiatrist, orthopaedic clinic. Facilities include a plastering room, resuscitation room, and slit lamp (eye microscope).

The Clinic is affiliated with the National Hauroa Coalition Primary Healthcare Organisation and has achieved "Cornerstone" Accreditation.

It is a designated 'level two' clinic, accredited by the Accident Compensation Corporation, and approved for training in Accident and Medical Practice, a branch of medicine recognised by the Medical Council of New Zealand and administered by the Accident and Medical Practitioners' Association.

Clinic provides both a standard general practice service with enrolled patients, and a walk-in accident and urgent medical service. The practice has a significant paediatric and accident component.

There are four full time and three half time doctors. House calls are provided by an external service, and are not required of the Clinic's doctors. The Clinic is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 9pm (9am Public Holidays) and has a safe friendly working environment.



About Auckland and Three Kings

"Auckland is a vibrant South Pacific city situated between glistening harbours, surrounded by lush forest and subtropical islands. Auckland, City of Sails, offers an incomparable lifestyle unique within New Zealand and to the world."

- AucklandNZ.com

The suburb of Three Kings is located in Central Auckland, 5km from the central CBD but near great parks. It encompasses middle class, poor and wealthy areas, and has a diverse patient population,  of European origin, Maori, others from the Pacific Islands, South East Asia, India and a cluster of Somalian families.