Clinics & Services

Open seven days

Bairds RoadDawson Road, DannemoraGlen InnesMangere Town Centre 


Accident & Medical  Services

Bairds Road Clinic                                        160 Bairds Road, Otara, Ph: 274 3414  OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 11.00PM

Mangere Town Centre Clinic                       10 Waddon Place, Mangere, Ph: 275 7954 OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 8.00PM 

Dawson Road Clinic                                        124 Dawson Road, Clover Park, Ph: 274 3468   OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM - 8.00PM

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New Clinic in Botany South

The new East Tamaki Medical Centre in Botany South started operations in the first week of February (2015). A brilliant team comprising of Dr Pervin Dalal, working full time and Dr Prabhu Pandey, Dr Thilani Marasinghe and Dr Philip Tane as part time doctors are offering great service to the Botany South residents. Ranjini Gounder and Veronica Sami are the brilliant team of nurse and receptionist at the clinic supporting the doctors.

This clinic is open from Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:30pm and is located at 455 East Tamaki Road, Dannemora.


New Clinic in Paptoetoe


The new ETHC Medical Centre in Papatoetoe started operations in the first week of March (2015). The dynamic team comprising of Dr Kaiwan Driver, Babita Narayan - receptionist and Jyotika Deo -nurse are serving the diverse community in  Papatoetoe. Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Dental services are also available in the same premises. The clinic is open from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm and on Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. It is located at 133 Kolmar Road, Papatoetoe.



Kia Aroha College future leaders

ETHC is proud to continue supporting one of its community partners Kia Aroha College. Here are the Year 10 and Year 13 Leadership Award winners

Luti Fifita (Fanau Pasifika) and Ariana Millar (Te Whanau o Tupuranga)

Sosefina Vao (Fanau Pasifika), Savili Vai and Rowena Samuels (Te Whanau o Tupuranga)

New Clinic for Takanini

East Tamaki Healthcare patients living in Takanini and surrounds now have access to their GP closer to home.

Takanini Medical Centre started operation in October, but was officially opened on 5 December.

The new building is home to a GP clinic, physiotherapist, dentist and pharmacy with other health-minded tenants to come.

The GP clinic has one receptionist, a clinic manager, a nurse, one GP and another GP-in-training. Read more about Takanini.

Stop cellulitis in its tracks

Skin infections can lead to a serious condition called cellulitis. It is important to try to prevent skin infections from happening, and to know what to do when you or a family member does have a skin infection. A prompt visit to your GP will lead to a diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Visit our Skin Infections page to find out more. 

Sore throats can lead to rheumatic fever

Sometimes a sore throat will be caused by the streptococcus bug that causes rheumatic fever. If left untreated, a "strep" throat can lead to permanent damage to a child's heart valves. Make sure your child sees a GP for that sore throat. Visit our Rheumatic Fever page to find out more and download our Rheumatic Fever brochure, in five different languages.

Tried bootcamp yet?

GP Opportunities 

Incentive package for GPEP1 registrars - NEW! 

Registrars now have two training programme options at ETHC: the standard programme OR a new incentive package supporting advanced mental health and addictions skills. Read more about our new fully funded two-year registrar training package

Undergraduate medical training

ETHC trains student nurses and 2nd year medical students right through to 6th year trainee interns. 

GP registrar programme

We support and mentor both General Practice Education Programme Year 1 (GPEP1) and GPEP2 registrars. 

Thinking of being a GP in NZ?

We make it easy to find out about living and working in Auckland. For more information you can email: 

New Patients Welcome

Holding a family day

or community event?

If your school, church or
community group

 is holding an event and you would like us

to run a stall, or have one our qualified staff

members make a presentation on a health

topic of your choice, please call Community

Manager Joseph Liava'a on 274 7823.                                                                                                                 
Nirvana and Ranjna Patel walk the talk: winners at EEO Awards 

Nirvana Health Group won the 2014 NZ Diversity Positive Inclusion Award at the Equal Employment Opportunities

Trust awards ceremony held at the Langham Hotel, Wednesday 27 August. This award celebrates innovative

responses to inclusivity in the workforce. Also, Nirvana Health Group's Ranjna Patel won the Walk the Talk award -celebrating leaders who exemplify excellence in managing a diverse workforce. Read more about the awards and Nirvana Health Group's wins at the EEO Trust website