THREE KINGS

ACCIDENT &
MEDICAL CLINIC

Dr Rakesh Premkumar

MBBS (UK), BMedSci (UK), PhD (Auckland), MRNZGP
I graduated from Newcastle upon Tyne medical school in 2004 and hold a MBBS and BMedSci. I have had the pleasure of working in the NHS UK for 2 years. After which I went to Singapore and also had the opportunity to work in various Singaporean Hospitals for a period of 2 years. An opportunity arose to take up a job in Invercargill, New Zealand in 2009 as a surgical registrar and since then I have been working in various New Zealand hospitals in both the South and North Island for a specific time period undertaking my Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Auckland. I realised general practice was my calling when I had a family and the whole encompassing care that general practice provides was truly appealing to me. I entered the RNZCGP training program in the year 2017 and I am in the final hurdle of finishing my fellowship. I enjoy all aspects of general aspects and really look forward to another day the work brings. I work all five days a week and I am accepting patients who would like to have me as their GP. I intend to provide comprehensive care to my patients with regard to both acute and chronic medical conditions. Outside of work I enjoy playing the violin, going for walks and learning to play the Mandalin. I have two young children who keep me busy.

Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Malayalam
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
By Appointment or Walk-In (Please ring the clinic before walking in).
Clinic Information

536 Mount Albert Road,
Three Kings, Auckland

Ph: 09 625 2999
Fax: 09 6252991
Healthlink EDI : threekam

Monday to Sunday
7 days a week
8:00am – 8:00pm
(See COVID Update for closing time changes)
Appointment or Walk in

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THREE KINGS

ACCIDENT & MEDICAL CLINIC

Changes Due To Orange Light

We are open to all services 8am to 8pm 7days a week. 

If you have a booked appointment. Please come on time and inform the front reception or check-in Online and wait in the car till the doctor calls you.

If you are walking in – you can inform the receptionist at the front or call the clinic or Join the queue online.

You must wear a surgical(NOT Cloth) mask use the hand sanitiser and scan the QR code before you enter.

Do not walk in if you are unwell. Call us first or see more information to arrange a virtual consult or to book a face to face consult in our Red Zone at specific times (Usually 1-3pm), if you are unwell with fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of sense of smell/taste, diarrhoea, headache, muscle aches, nausea/vomiting or travelled overseas within 14 days or had close contact with a person with COVID19 or work in a quarantine/MIQ facility. We do not see above patients inside the clinic as per Ministry of Health recommendations
 
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