Te Whare Hauora o Raungaiti
Primary Healthcare Service Kaupapa Māori
Te Whare Hauora o Raungaiti is a marae-based clinic
GOLD COIN DONATIONS ACCEPTED
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Phone GP practice and follow instructions. You will be transferred to an after hours service who will direct you.
Public Holidays:Closed King’s Birthday(5 JUN), Matariki(14 JUL), Labour Day(23 OCT), Waitangi Day(6 FEB), Good Friday(29 MAR), Easter Sunday(31 MAR), Easter Monday(1 APR), ANZAC Day(25 APR).
- Pfizer vaccine (12+ years)
- Child Pfizer vaccine (5-11 years)
- Anyone currently eligible can access
- Make an appointment
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important step you can take to protect yourself, your kaumātua and whānau from the effects of the virus. For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines and eligibility visit Ministry of Health – COVID-19 vaccines
The majority of routine vaccinations can now be administered before, after, or at the same time as your COVID-19 vaccinations. The exception to this is the Zostavax (shingles) vaccine where a 7-day gap before or after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 is advised. If you have any questions, please discuss with your healthcare provider.
We are offering COVID-19 Vaccinations to all eligible people and those living in your whānau bubble
You must book an appointment:
- You can book online via BookMyVaccine (click on the Green Box below)
- You can book over the phone by calling the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26
- You can also book over the phone by calling (07) 888 3921
This is a FREE service
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Parking is available onsite
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