ACC covers everyone in New Zealand who is injured in an accident.
Advanced Care Planning
Advance care planning is the process of thinking about, talking about and planning for future health care and end-of-life care.
If you are deficient in vitamin B12, then the injections are very effective at raising your blood levels.
Cardiovascular Risk Assessments
A cardiovascular risk assessment (heart check) determines your risk of having a heart attack or stroke in the next five years.
We offer a variety of contraception options. You can discuss all of these with your doctor or sexual health nurse.
We offer a free yearly check up with a nurse and a doctor if you have Diabetes. Our Diabetic Clinic runs on Monday mornings.
Drivers Licence Medicals
For the safety of everyone on our roads, all drivers must be medically fit to drive.
We offer NZ Defence Force Medical and Limited Services Volunteer assessments.
We’re authorised by Immigration New Zealand to complete the medical assessments necessary as part of immigrating to New Zealand.
Childhood immunisations are very important to prevent disease and illness. Our immunisation clinics run Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
We offer Aclasta and iron infusions for osteoporosis and iron deficiency.
For warts and some skin lesions.
Long Term Conditions
The Long Term Conditions (LTC) programme at Newtown Medical Centre is designed to help patients manage their long-term health issues.
The Wellington Menopause Clinic gives women individual attention with a comprehensive well-health check and expert treatment of menopause symptoms. Casual patients welcome.
There is no health without mental health. Your GP may be able to help you find support to help manage your mental well-being.
We offer some minor surgery i.e. mole removal.
Our team will look after you and your baby during your pregnancy.
Stopping smoking isn’t easy, but hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders have done it, and you can too.
We provide confidential and non-judgemental sexual and reproductive health care.
Regular cervical smear tests every three years are recommended for women, if they have ever been sexually active, from the age of 25 until they turn 70.