Staff at the Pleasant Point Health Centre take pride in being able to provide a full range of health services to our community. We provide consultations by experienced clinicians and referrals when necessary, to whichever specialists you may require.

During your consultation, you may be seen by a Nurse Practitioner, a General Practitioner or by a Registered Nurse, or a combination of any of these, depending on your health needs.

General practice is time constrained. We allow 15 minutes for each consultation. If you require a longer appointment, please let us know when you are booking it and be aware that additional charges will apply.

Health Improvement Practitioners and Health Coaches

We are extremely delighted to be able to offer these free services to our clients. These Health NZ-funded positions are here to help you and work with you on improving your wellbeing.

Health Care Assistant

Our HCA performs a wide range of tasks and works closely with new and existing clients, upodating records, recording health information, taking bloods and checking blood pressures as well as assisting in minor surgeries and a wide range of administrative tasks.

Medical Examinations

We carry out a wide range of examinations for

  • life insurance,
  • medical insurance,
  • travel insurance,
  • driver’s licences

When you make an appointment for one of these examinations, please tell us so that time can be allocated appropriately. Our triage nurse on the appointments line will ensure that any information that you share is treated confidentially.

Minor Surgeries

We are equipped to handle many forms of minor surgery. Some of these may be prolonged procedures and will need a separate appointment following an initial assessment visit. There may well be ongoing costs associated with post-operative dressings. These are not charged at the time of the surgery as they vary for each patient’s needs.


If you intend to travel overseas, you may need immunisations to protect yourself against diseases like hepatitis A, polio, typhoid and others.

Some countries require proof of vaccination against certain diseases before they will allow you entry. The requirements change according to the status of outbreaks.

Not all overseas travel requires vaccinations, but if you travel to high risk destinations like Africa, India, Central and South America and parts of Asia, it’s recommended to talk to us well in advance of your trip. Especially if you are planning to travel to rural areas, go backpacking, hitchhiking or tramping, it’s advisable to check with us about the necessary travel vaccinations.

Some vaccines require a course of several injections for full immunity and even single vaccines need to be given at least a fortnight before travel.

Nursing Services

Our Registered Nurses are very experienced and provide a wide range of services.

For test results please phone between 4pm – 5pm.

Appointment Times

Standard appointments are scheduled for 15 minute intervals.

It is usually only possible to deal with one problem in that time. If you think you will need longer, please book a longer appointment, which may incur extra charges.

It would be very helpful if you could tell us in advance whether your appointment is for a particular need such as ACC, insurance medical, contraception etc, so that your appointment can be fitted in appropriately.

For long term medical problems and non-urgent appointments, it would be helpful if you could book 2-3 days ahead.

While we endeavour to stick to the appointment schedule, occasionally unexpected emergencies or a consultation running over time will cause delays. Our receptionists will advise you of delays so you can choose to wait or reschedule. We apologise for this, but emergencies do happen.

Please let us know if you are running late or need to change your appointment. If we do not receive at least 2 hours notice that you will not be attending your appointment, the full consult fee will be charged


Some patients may find it easier to come to appointments with someone who can help them with communication. This may be a family member or friend.

With advance notice, we can arrange for an interpreter to be present via a telephone-based service. Language Line is a service provided through The Office of Ethnic Affairs. It is a cost-per-use service and the costs are added to the cost of the consultation. Language Line services are completely confidential.

Patients may request:

  • A chaperone to be present at time of a consultation.
  • Time to seek a second opinion.
  • Informed Consent – Full information and time to think before you decide on a service or treatment.

Additional Services:

We have  a number of external providers who offer their own services from our premises, including physio and podiatry and  a range of counselling services.

Geraldine Physiotherapy at point-health
  • Geraldine Physiotherapy run a session on Monday and Thursday mornings from the Pleasant Point Health Centre. Bookings can be made directly or through the Pleasant Point Health Centre

Rental Rooms

We have rooms available for half day rentals for allied health providers wanting to deliver services in this community. There are some obvious rules around the use of these rooms and the fee is $50+gst per half day. 
Included in that fee is:

  • Free wifi / Internet access (for clinician)
  • Power
  • Electric, height-adjustable 3-section examination bed
  • Waiting area
  • Carparking 
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