Hours this week continue to be our Level 3 hours:


Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 12pm

We have switched computer systems this weekend! After 24 years using Profile for Mac, we are finally moving to Indici. Please be kind to us as we learn our way around this new system!


Benefits to you include a Patient Portal, where you will be able to see test results, request repeat prescriptions, book appointments and pay online.


We will inform you when this is fully functional and available to use.

We are delighted to welcome Dr Carolyn Bulman, joining us this week after recently moving to New Zealand from Canada.


She will be replacing Dr Hanneke Molthof, who is sadly moving back home to the Netherlands.




Also joining us this week is Morgan Ely, our new Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP). Morgan has a background in Social Work, and will be helping support any of our patients who have got 'stuck' with any physical or mental health concern.


In Level 3, Morgan will only be seeing clients by video or phone consult, but you are sure to meet her in Level 2.


Consults with Morgan are fully funded, with no patient co-payment.



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As of 11:59pm Tuesday 21 September, Auckland has returned to Alert Level 3.


Hobsonville Family Doctors will continue to operate with the same precautions we had for Alert Level 4 to ensure we keep you and your whanau safe.


These are as follows:

- All appointments will be initially by phone or video consultation. If our team decide you need to be seen in the clinic they will arrange this.

- The front door will be locked so that only patients we are expecting will be allowed in.

- Our clinic requires that all patients wear a mask on the premises during level 4 regardless of symptoms or vaccination status, young children are exempt.

- Routine immunisations continue to proceed.

- We will continue to fax all prescriptions including repeat prescriptions to your pharmacy of choice. The faxing surcharge will be waived.


Covid-19 vaccinations:

- We are currently providing the Covid-19 vaccination at our clinic for our patients. If you would like to arrange a vaccination please call us.


Finally:

- If you are unwell with COVID-19 symptoms including a fever, cough, runny nose or sore throat please stay at home call us to arrange for a phone/video appointment and a swab (which we will be doing in the carpark at certain hours of the day), or go to a swabbing clinic:

https://www.arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested






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As of 11:59pm Tuesday 17 August, Auckland has returned to Alert Level 4.


Our priority is your health and we will continue to provide medical care with most appointments being delivered by phone or video consultation. After a phone or video consultation, our team will decide if you need to be seen in the clinic and arrange this if required.


The front door will be locked so that only patients we are expecting will be allowed in.


Our clinic requires that all patients wear a mask on the premises during level 4 regardless of symptoms, young children are exempt. This is to protect the health and safety of our staff and other people in the clinic.


If you are unwell with COVID-19 symptoms including a fever, cough, runny nose or sore throat please stay at home and either call us to arrange for a phone/video appointment and swab (which we will be doing in the carpark between 12pm - 2pm), or go to a swabbing clinic:

https://www.arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested


Routine vaccination appointments can proceed but can be postponed.


If you need a repeat prescription, please leave a phone message or fill out our Nurse Contact form. All scripts will now be faxed to your pharmacy of choice, so please specify this in your message. The surcharge for faxing will be waived. If you have more than 2 weeks supply of medication, please only request a repeat of your medications when you are in your final 2 weeks of supply. We will continue to keep our website updated as the situation changes.

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