Devonport Family Medicine is a long-established medical practice that has served the local community for many years. Our practice is dedicated to continuing to deliver comprehensive patient-centered primary medical care to individuals and families.
We are also proud to be a teaching practice working in collaboration with the University of Auckland Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care offering 5th & 6th year medical students placements in general practice.
General medical and preventative health care
Accidents and Injury Treatment
Well child care
Women’s health – cervical smears, contraceptive advice, initial antenatal care and referral to lead maternity carer (LMC)
Blood pressure checks
Immunisations / Vaccinations
IV antibiotics (as indicated), iron infusions and zolendronate (Aclasta) infusions for bones
Cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen) for warts and other skin lesions
Chronic disease management and care plans
Palliative care services
Insurance Medicals, Drivers’ licence medicals
Erica Farrimond – Counsellor | 021 171 8740
Isolde Grunwald – Psychotherapist | 021 311 064
Teresa Burns – Audiologist | 09 475 9849
Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 7pm
Wednesday 8am – 5pm
Thursday 8am – 5pm
Friday 8am – 5pm
Alert Level 4 means some changes to how we operate.
We have moved to virtual / telehealth appointments. If you feel you require a face to face appointment please call reception 09 445 0528. Please do not come to the practice without an appointment. Please do not book your appointment online.
Covid-19 Vaccinations NOW AVAILABLE at Devonport Family Medicine
You can book your 1st or 2nd Covid-19 vaccine with the nurse by phoning 09 445 0528. We offer a safe, relaxed and comfortable environment in which to have your vaccine.
You can book your Covid-19 test by phoning reception on 09 445 0528. This is available from 8 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday.
All prescriptions will be electronically sent to your nominated pharmacy.
When requesting repeat scripts please:
Let’s all stay safe and well as we mahi together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mā tātau katoa e ārai atu te COVID-19.
Ngā mihi nui!