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  • Mandi Knowles

Updated: Jan 11, 2023

From 19 January, Mpox vaccination will be available to eligible people at designated sexual health clinics and a number of pop-up sites. At these clinics, before offering vaccination, health professionals will discuss with patients the risk of exposure to mpox, and options, benefits, and risks of vaccination.

Eligibility for mpox vaccination pre-exposure:

- Gay, bisexual or other men who have sex with men (MSM) who have multiple sexual partners, and trans and non-binary people and cis-gender women who are in intimate relationships with these men.

- Those recommended to have the vaccine by medical specialists, e.g. sexual health, infectious diseases, general medicine

- Laboratory workers culturing the mpox virus.

The vaccine requires a prescription and, due to limited supply, will only be available at these clinics.

Assess your risk for Mpox here:

For more information, you can call the Mpox Healthline on 0800 116 672, between 8am and 8pm.

See Te Whatu Ora (Auckland region) – New mpox consultation service.

See also Te Whatu Ora – Mpox Vaccine Policy Statement.

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  • Mandi Knowles

Updated: Dec 9, 2022

Friday 23rd December - 8am - 3pm

Saturday 24th December - Closed

Monday 26th December - Closed

Tuesday 27th December - Closed

Wednesday 28th December - Open 8am - 5pm

Thursday 29th December - Open 8am - 5pm

Friday 30th December - Open 8am - 5pm

Saturday 31st December - Closed

Monday 2nd January - Closed

Tuesday 3rd January - Closed

Wednesday 4th January - Open 8am - 5pm

Thursday 5th January - Open 8am - 5pm

Friday 6th January - Open 8am - 5pm

Saturday 7th January - Closed

Monday 9th January - normal hours resume

Suite 2 tenants hours may differ from those listed above.

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  • Writer's pictureTorrance Merkle

We recently returned to business as usual, with face to face appointments available with our doctors and nurses. If you are unwell, have COVID, or are a household contact, we will need to have a phone or video consult first.

Script requests and other enquiries can be sent via the contact forms on our website.

We are still able to do supervised RAT tests and PCR swabs for the lab if needed - please use the contact form or leave a message with our nurses (09 416 8541 ext 2) and they will be able to book this.

The best place to get a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) is still at a Community Testing Centre. Up to date locations for these are here:

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, please visit for further information and instructions.

If you have tested positive on a RAT supplied from work or somewhere else, please register your results online at or call 0800 222 478.

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