536 Mt Albert Road,
Threekings, Auckland

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

If you are on Warfarin (Blood thinner) for a special medical condition, You are required to do a regular blood test to check its level (INR). You will have lab test form with you to give it to the lab when you are doing it. You will always keep a copy of it to present to the lab. You will have to keep your INR at a specific range, eg 2 to 3 or 2.5 to 3.5, depending on your health condition. If it s too low then the medicine will not give you enough effect and if its too high, it will increase your chances of a significant bleed. Therefore it is important to check it regularly.

You will have to adjust the warfarin dose depending on the level with advice from your doctor. The doctors and nurses will let you know at 6pm on the day you do the blood test, how much of warfarin to take and when you are going to do the next blood test.

For more information visit:

About Anticoagulants
About Warfarin and what food affects it
Taking your warfarin
Warfarin and INR


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