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We are open for business and need to maintain physical distancing protocols within the practice. Face masks must be worn at all times.
Face to face visits will be preceded by screening for respiratory illnesses by reception and nurses.
We are still offering telephone consultations at this time.
Please call us to arrange a Covid swab if you are unwell with respiratory, cough, cold, fever or sore throat symptoms.
Entrance to the medical centre is by appointment only.
Please note we have reduced opening hours Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
Please call us to arrange a Covid swab if you have been at a location of interest or you are a close contact of a Covid case or have any symptoms.
We appreciate your understanding during these difficult times. These guidelines are intended to protect us all.
The Team at Courtenay Medical
Courtenay Medical is conveniently located in central Wellington, just across the road from Reading Cinemas. We are on the main bus route, mobility Parking is available on Taranaki Street. We have wheelchair access.
We are taking on new patients. All enrolments forms should only be sent electronically. These will be processed as time allows and we will contact you once your enrolment has been processed. If you have urgent health or medication needs, please advise us of this when you return your forms.
Every day we offer GP Triage for patients requesting a same day appointment. We can get a doctor to call you back and they will assess you and:
1. Give you medical advice- charge of $30 or
2. Give you a prescription – charge $25 or
3. Give you an urgent on the day appointment – normal consult charges apply for that appointment
1. Covid Vaccination Clinics
We have dedicated Covid Clinics on Tuesdays to book in for your Covid-19 vaccine or booster
The dedicated Covid vaccines clinics are called Covid Clinic 1 or 2
More clinics will be opened as required
2. Booster Vaccines
You can book you booster vaccine if you have had your second dose at least four months ago.
For further information and new updates on Covid Vaccine booster rollout please refer to
The Unite against Covid-19 site https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19-vaccines/how-to-get-a-covid-19-vaccination/getting-your-booster-dose/
3. COVID-19 vaccination and children
Children aged 5 to 11 will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccination from 17 January.
Young people aged 12 to 15 can get vaccinated now.
For further information and new updates on COVID-19 vaccination and children please refer to
The Unite against Covid-19 site https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19-vaccines/get-the-facts-about-covid-19-vaccination/covid-19-vaccination-and-children/