Hutt Central

Clinic opening hours
Mon, Thurs and Fri 8.00 am - 5.30 pm
Tues, Wed 8.00 am - 8.00 pm
5 Raroa Road, Lower Hutt
Tap to call: 04 576 2009


Clinic opening hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs and Fri 8.30 am - 5.00 pm
5 Fitzherbert Road, Wainuiomata
Tap to call: 04 576 2009

After hours and weekends
If you require medical attention outside of our normal hours we suggest you go to either the Lower Hutt After Hours Medical Centre, 729 High Street, Lower Hutt or ED at Hutt Hospital, High Street, Lower Hutt. More details

Tap to call: 0800 611 116

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Both clinics will be closed for Wellington Anniversary Day Monday 24 January. We will be open on Tuesday 25 January.

Please use the portal tab at the top of the page to enrol in Manage my Health. 

We continue to be in Alert Level 2.  What you need to know during this time:

  • Face to face appointments are available with your GP or Nurse
  • Patients will only be seen face to face if they have been phone
  • Masks are mandatory in the clinic
  • We are still offering phone consultations
  • Clinic doors will remain locked 
  • Only booked patients to come into the clinic
  • Portal bookings are not available please call 
  • Late night clinics will resume on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
  • Prescriptions will be emailed to the pharmacy of your choice

Thank you for keeping us all safe. For more information on level 2 click link  Level 2

We are doing COVID swabbing for our enrolled patients.

For up to date information on COVID vaccines click link Covid 19 Vaccines

You can book your COVID-19 vaccination at Hutt Valley COVID-19 vaccination booking centre on (04) 260 6078 or email or visit Book My Vaccine(external link) 

Late night appointments 

We offer late night appointments at our Lower Hutt clinic 2/5 Raroa Road on a Tuesday and Wednesday evening.  Please call reception or go on to the portal to book.

Enrolments are open for patients new to the area and without a GP.

COVID-19 Vaccination
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is free, safe and effective. Everyone in New Zealand aged 16 or older can get vaccinated before the end of 2021, regardless of residency or citizenship status.

Two doses of the vaccine, six weeks apart will protect you. We have ordered enough doses for everyone in the country.

Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast District Health Boards, working with our Primary Health Organisations, Māori and Pacific providers and disability partners are organising the vaccine rollout.

Ma tini, ma mano, ka rapa te whai. By joining together we will succeed

How the vaccine works

The vaccine works by teaching your immune system to recognize and fight off the virus. It doesn’t have the virus in it, or anything that can affect your DNA. The vaccine can’t give you the disease.

The vaccine is safe

Medsafe are the Government organization that looks at all medicine before it used in New Zealand. They make sure medicine is safe to use by looking at all of the research and information from around the world. Medsafe have assessed the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and they have said that it is safe to use.

The vaccine is being rolled out in stages.

Everyone in New Zealand aged 16 or older is in one of four groups. Which group you are in decides when it will be your turn to be vaccinated.

Other vaccines and COVID-19

If you are having the flu vaccine, you need to either have it 2 weeks before your first dose, or 2 weeks after your second dose.

If you are having MMR or any other live vaccine, you will need to have it either 4 weeks before your first dose, or 2 weeks after your second dose.

For more information

The Vaccinate Greater Wellington website has the most up-to-date information on the local vaccine roll out