536 Mt Albert Road,
Threekings, Auckland

Open 7 days
GP hours - 8am - 5:30pm Urgent Care - 8am - 8pm
Walk in & Appointment

Patient Resources


  • Healthline – 0800 611 116
  • Ambulance 111 – (Medical Emergency NZD 88, Accident – Free if covered by ACC)
  • Need to talk? – (Counsellor) Freephone or text 1737
  • Crisis – Central Auckland 0800 800 717, South Auckland 09 261 3700, West Auckland and North Shore 09 487 1414 (After Hours 09 486 8900)
  • Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 or free text 4202
  • Lifeline – (for counselling and support) 0800 543 354 (0800 LIFELINE) or free text 4357 (HELP)
  • Samaritans – (Confidential support for anyone who is lonely or in emotional distress 0800 726 666
  • Youthline – 0800 376 633, free text 234, email or webchat at (webchat available 7pm – 11pm)- for young people and their parents, whānau and friends
  • What’s Up – 0800 942 8787 (0800 WHATSUP) or webchat at from 5pm – 10pm for 5-18 year olds
  • Kidsline – (for young people up to 18 years of age) 0800 543 754 (0800 KIDSLINE)
  • Gambling helpline – Call free, day or night, on 0800 654 655 or text on 8006


  • Healthnavigator – A New Zealand website that gives information on health-related topics
  • HealthEd – Health Education in other languages
  • Ministry of Health – Information on health and disease
  • Familydoctor – Another New Zealand website produced by New Zealand doctors
  • Patient UK – Patient information on various topics
  • Healthpages – Search health services in New Zealand
  • Kidshealth – About kids health conditions



  • Age Concern – Charitable organisation dedicated solely to people over 65
  • Mobility Parking Permit Application – Charitable organisation dedicated solely to people over 65
  • Seniorline – Seniorline is a national information service to help older people and their whanau navigate the health system
  • Superseniors  On these pages, you’ll find information about ageing positively
  • Advanced care planning – Advance care planning (ACP) is the process of thinking about, talking about and planning for future health care and end-of-life care. It is about identifying what matters to you


  • Alcoholics Anonymous – AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism
  • Addictions help – Advice and guidance to assist you in understanding and caring for someone impacted upon by alcohol or other drugs
  • ASH – Action for smokefree 2025
  • Quitline – If you are ready to quit smoking, Quitline can support you with a plan designed to help you beat the smoking addiction
  • Gambling helpline
  • Drug help


  • Arthritis NZ – National charity that provides information, advice and support to people diagnosed with any of the more than 140 forms of arthritis



  • Supporting Families NZ – Support, Information, Advocacy
  • Are you ok? – Support group against family violence
  • Beating the blues
  • Lifeline – Support from counsellors and trained volunteers
  • Mental health foundation – Charity that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where all people enjoy positive mental health & wellbeing
  • Depression org – Resources and support on depression
  • CALM – Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind
  • Mental – Information on illnesses
  • Samaritans  – Samaritans offer confidential, non-religious and non-judgemental support to anyone who may be feeling depressed, lonely, or even be contemplating suicide
  • Youthline – For young people and their whānau
  • The lowdown –Visit the website or free text 5626  – for support for young people experiencing depression or anxiety
  • What’s Up – for 5-18 year-olds
  • Auntydee – a free online tool for anyone who needs help working through problems 
  • SPARX – an online self-help tool that teaches young people the key skills needed to help combat depression and anxiety 
  • Kidsline  for young people up to 18 years of age


  • Dermnet – Information of Skin conditions for health professionals and patients


  • Sleepio App – Improve your sleep with proven techniques developed from over 35 years of research


  • Healthpoint NZ – Find GP, Specialist, Physiotherapist, Occupational therapy, Midwife, Dental, Many other health services
  • Healthpages NZ – Find GP, Specialist, Physiotherapist, Occupational therapy, Midwife, Dental, Many other health services
  • Interpreting – Book an Interpreter – Charges Apply 


Walk-in/Urgent care clinic is for urgent matters and injuries only. Please book an appointment with a GP if it’s for any other reason.
GP Service is by appointment, 8.30-5.30 weekdays for non-urgent matters (AFTER HOURS starts from 5.30pm on weekdays)

X-Ray 9-5pm Weekdays and special hours on weekends

Wearing a mask is not compulsory, but recommended to avoid transmission of infections to you or others.

If you have a booked appointment. Please come on time and inform either the front reception or the GP Wing reception

If you are arriving after 7.00 pm and if the clinic is very busy, we may need to ask you to return the next day or go to Ascot Whitecross at Greenlane, unless it is an Injury/Emergency or an Unwell Child and its safe to do so.

If you are unwell with COVID-like symptoms, please follow the clinic protocol – COVID19 Update

*COVID Related consultations are now only funded for a very limited group of people only