10 Turua Street, St Heliers
Phone    +64 9 575 9491 (24h)
Emergency   111

Fees & Payment Options


Enrolled Patient Fees (from 1st July 2021)

Age Enrolled Patient ACC
Under 14y Free Free
14-17y $55       CSC   $13.50  $40    CSC $13.50   
18-24y $55       CSC   $19.50 $40    CSC $19.50
25y+ $69       CSC   $19.50 $50    CSC $19.50
All Casual Patients $99
First appointments $99  
Repeat Prescriptions $30  
Email responses From $25  
Referral Letters /Form Completion will be charged  From $40  
Drivers Licence Renewal From $100  
Nurse Consultation $30  
Injections   From $25  
Dressings From $30  
Complex Dressings From $40  
Ear Syringe $30  
Liquid Nitrogen From $30  
ECG   $75  
BP Measurements
Above fees are for standard consultations

Please contact the practice for details of our other fees

How to pay:

At the time of your visit, by cash, cheque, EftPos or credit card.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express cards. Cheques should be made payable to “St Heliers Medical”.

We can email your Invoice if you have requested us to fax a prescription for you

By Internet Banking:

Particulars :  Name of patient who incurred charge
Reference:  Invoice number  eg INV12345 or Chart number
Account Number :  03 0263 0071505 000


By Credit Card over the phone:

Please note:
Our terms are strictly 7 days.
The $7 administration fee will be incurred if not paid 7 days from the visit.
We reserve the right to refer unpaid accounts for collection after 90 days.

We can email your Invoice or statement to you if we have your email address
If you have moved address without paying an account it is your responsibility to provide us with your new contact details.

If you are having difficulty paying an account, please advise  Reception or discuss this directly with your doctor.
10 Turua Street, St Heliers
Auckland 1071, New Zealand



Monday to Friday 8:30am-5:30pm
Phone: 09 575 5191
Fax: 09 575 5190
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Monday to Friday 8am-5:30pm
Phones 8am-4.30pm
Phone. (09) 575 9491 (24hrs)
Fax. (09) 575 7031


What does this mean for you?