Remember, if you need medical attention and it's not an emergency
- Contact your GP for advice.
You can also
- Call Healthline free on 0800 611 116 to get advice from a registered nurse
- Consult our Urgent Medical Care page for information about Healthline and after-hours medical centres.
Enrolling with a GP
A list of the GP practices available in Wairarapa is below.
The Ministry of Health has advice on how to choose a GP practice.
It's a good idea to enrol with a GP practice when you are feeling healthy and well, so that you are prepared before you become unwell. You will pay less for doctor visits and the After Hours service.
Check the lists on the PHO pages to find out which practices are accepting new patients.
Visit the Compass Health Wairarapa Practices website for current fee and practice information.
|Carterton Medical Centre||06 3798105||159-163 South High Street, Carterton, Wairarapa, 5713||Fees||PHO site|
|Featherston Medical Centre||06 3089220||3 Clifford Square, Featherston, Wairarapa, 5710||Fees||PHO site|
|Greytown Medical Centre||06 3049012||186 East Street, Greytown, Wairarapa||Fees||PHO site|
|Kuripuni Medical Centre||06 3774093||Crayne Street, Masterton, Wairarapa||Fees||PHO site|
|Martinborough Health Services||06 3069501||5 Oxford Street, Martinborough, Wairarapa, 5711||Fees||PHO site|
|Masterton Medical||06 3700011||4 Colombo Rd, Masterton, Wairarapa, 5810||Fees||PHO site|
5 Park Street, Masterton, Wairarapa, 5810
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|Carterton Pharmacy||(06) 379 8244||46-50 High St, Carterton|
|Duncan's Pharmacy Kuripuni||(06) 377 0090||445 Queen Street, Kuripuni, Masterton|
|Greytown Pharmacy||(06) 304 9005||86 Main Street, Greytown|
|Lang's Pharmacy||(06) 308 9202||54 Fitzherbert St, Featherston|
|Masterton Medical Pharmacy||(06) 370 3744||4 Colombo Road, Masterton|
|The Chemists||(06) 377 1296||132-6 Queen Street, Masterton|
|Unichem Pharmacy Martinborough||(06) 306 6268||5 Oxford St, Martinborough|
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Compass Health - Wairarapa Office
27-29 Lincoln Road
PO Box 314
Phone: (06) 370 8055
What is a Primary Health Organisation (PHO)?
The Ministry of Health describes PHOs as a “vehicle through which the Government’s primary health care objectives articulated through 'Better, Sooner, More Convenient Primary Health Care' are implemented in local communities”.
Each PHO is run by a Board which includes both professional health workers and members of the community. The community representatives assist the development of services provided by the PHO to ensure they meet the needs of each community.
If you would like to get involved in the decision making process, talk to someone from your PHO or your family doctor or nurse for more information.
For more detailed information about PHOs, visit the Ministry of Health website.
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