reception@cmed.co.nz 04 801 5228 Level 5, Symes de Silva House, 97–99 Courtenay Place, Wellington
GP care in the heart of the city

Welcome to 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.

New patients and visitors welcome

All new patients are welcome to enrol with Courtenay Medical – visitors, travellers, casual or permanent patients. If you are living here but do not meet government criteria for enrolment, we can still see you as a regular patient. If you need to see a doctor whilst visiting Wellington, phone us for an appointment.

Flu vaccine available NOW!

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The vaccine costs $35 BUT some people may be eligible for a free vaccine. 

Phone reception to book your appointment now.

 You can also find more information about the flu and the vaccine at http://www.fightflu.co.nz

 

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday we are open 8am-6pm

Friday we are open 8am-5.30pm

We are closed weekends & public holidays

After hours care click here for more info

 

Free Wi-Fi in reception

 

Travelling Overseas

Travel Health

See the Courtenay Medical team for your travel health needs.

We offer: routine and travel vaccinations, travel medications including antimalarial tablets, travel health advice and first aid kits.

Click here for more info.

Our location

Level 5, Symes de Silva House, 97–99 Courtenay Place, Wellington

Latest news

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Human Papillomavirus Immunisation Update
February 7, 2017
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From 1st January 2017 eligibility for the funded HPV vaccine will be extended to include males aged 9-26 inclusively and females aged 20-26 inclusively, in addition to girls aged 9-20 who are currently funded.

HPV is a very common virus that is spread through intimate skin contact. The vaccine is designed to protect you from HPV infection and HPV related cancers, such as cervical, anal, genital and some throat and mouth cancers. Eight out of ten people will become infected with HPV at some time in their life. Most infections get better on their own but some may cause cell changes in the body that can lead to cancer later in life.

The vaccine is very effective in preventing infection from the HPV types that are most likely to cause cancer. HPV immunisation has an excellent safety profile similar to any other childhood vaccine and offers long-lasting protection.

Your age will determine if you require two or three injections given over six months to offer you the best protection. The course must be started prior to your 27th birthday. Those vaccinated at a younger age have a stronger immune response so the sooner you get vaccinated the better. Please make an appointment with the practice nurse to receive your free HPV vaccination.

For more information visit http://www.hpv.org.nz/