New fees to take effect 1 January 2019

0 -13 years                                                                                                      Funded

14 -17 years                                                                                                   $20.00

18 -24 years                                                                                                   $32.00

25 -64 years                                                                                                   $43.00

65 + years                                                                                                       $38.50


Current fees - General Consultations 

  • 0 -12 years Funded
  • 13 -17 years $20.00
  • 18 -24 years $28.00
  • 25 -64 years $41.00
  • 65 + years $34.50

Services - GP

  • Family Medicine
  • Prescriptions
  • Medicines Review
  • Cervical Smears
  • Sexual Health
  • Mental Health
  • Maternity Care
  • Hospital Referrals
  • Minor Surgery
  • Pain Management

How to make a Doctor's appointment

Contact us between 8.00 am and 5.00 pm or drop in to a Hutt City Health Centre and talk to our Receptionist. We do have a late night clinic until 8.00pm on Tuesdays in Lower Hutt and a late night clinic until 8.00pm on Wednesdays in Wainuiomata.

Your appointment will last for 15 minutes unless you request longer when you book - there will be an additional fee. Our charges are very reasonable and you'll need to pay for your Doctor's consultation at the time of your visit.

Repeat prescriptions for enrolled patients

You may arrange to pick up a repeat prescription without seeing your Doctor first if you are an enrolled patient who has medications regularly prescribed.

After Hours Medical Care

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

Services - Nurses

  • General nursing care
  • Dressings and wound care
  • Health promotion and wellness assessment
  • Diabetic and lifestyle advice
  • Smoking cessation
  • Chronic disease management
  • Long Term Condition Management
  • Service to improve access (SIA)

Hutt Hospital for emergencies

If this is an emergency or you are suffering from a severe injury please visit the Hutt Hospital Emergency Department.

Healthline - your free Nurse on the phone

The Ministry of Health Healthline is available for
general health queries on 0800 611 116.

Call Healthline if you’re:

  • feeling unwell – but not sure whether you need to see a doctor
  • needing some urgent advice about a family member or friend who’s sick
  • on holiday and want to know where the nearest doctor or pharmacy is.

Healthline can also arrange an interpreting service if you want to talk to someone in your own language.

Scans and test results

Blood/Urine Tests, X-Rays & Ultrasound scans

All results are sent directly to Hutt City Health Centres where your Doctor will always review them and take appropriate action.

Results usually arrive within a few days of being performed.

Repeat prescriptions for enrolled patients
You may arrange to pick up a repeat prescription without seeing your Doctor first if you are an enrolled patient who has medications regularly prescribed.

Will you see test results?
In most cases we will not notify you of normal or marginally abnormal results unless they impact on your care. We will let you know if the results require further attention.

Contact us if you are unsure or to clarify other fees and charges.

Fees and payment information

Our GP & Nurse consultation fees are displayed in the waiting room. Copies are also available, if you would like one please ask at reception. Our fees are made up from the following:

  • Consultation time
  • Complexity
  • Eligible funding
  • Cost of running a medical practice

Funded fees apply to:

  • Flu vaccination for pregnant women, anyone aged 65 years and over and anyone aged under 65 years with a medical condition that increases their risk of developing complication from the flu (conditions apply)
  • Childhood immunisations
  • Maternity care for the first three months

All payment for services is required before your consultation.

Payment options

You may pay using

  • Cash
  • Eftpos
  • Credit card
  • Telephone banking
  • Online banking
  • Automatic payment – if you would prefer to make regular payments against your account please ask at reception.

If you do not pay on the day you will be sent an account which will incur administration fees.

All unpaid overdue accounts will be sent to a debt collection agency with all costs incurred by the patient including legal fees.

If your account is overdue payment for any further treatment is required before the consultation unless it is a medical emergency.

All accounts that remain unpaid will be recorded with a Credit Reporting Agency which may affect your credit rating.

See our terms of trade

No show policy

Failure to attend an appointment or failure to cancel one 2 hours before the appointment time will incur a fee based on the type of appointment booked.

By enrolling with us you authorise us to:

  • Disclose any information about you for the purpose of instructing other people including a debt collecting agency to recover any outstanding fees from you.

You acknowledge that:

  • All services may attract a fee
  • You remain liable for all fees, costs and disbursements (including Laboratory testing where you are not eligible for funding services in New Zealand) charged by us for the services.