Green Bay Medical Centre is committed to providing quality medical care to the families of the Practice. The GPs are fellows of the Royal NZ College of General Practitioners. In addition to routine care and carrying out minor surgical procedures, the doctors also have particular areas of expertise.
8:00am to 5:30pm weekdays - excluding public holidays
In an emergency please dial 111 and ask for the ambulance service. For non-emergency calls: phone 09 827 4075 at all times.
Sadly Dr Gina Kaye is leaving us in February. Gina has been a part of our GBMC community since 2012 and will be greatly missed- both as a fabulous GP for her patients and as a wonderful team member at GBMC. Dr Ona Blanks and Dr Therese Larsson Hogman joined the Green Bay Medical team in 2021 and will be taking over the care of Dr Gina’s patients when she leaves. Our system will transfer enrolment of her current patients either to Dr Ona Blanks or Dr Therese Larsson Hogman. When you contact Green Bay medical you will be informed who your new GP is, or you can log into our portal to see this once the transfer is complete. GBMC operates under a traditional family health care model where we try to ensure each patient health care is provided by a single practitioner to allow continuity of care, so we ask you respect this allocation. If you are enrolled under Dr Deb Mitchell this will not change and you can see either of us depending on availability when she is not here. She is not taking new enrolments.
Measles is nearly 100% infectious to unvaccinated people and can lead to serious complications. Measles is in Aotearoa NZ from February 2023, so get vaccinated if you haven’t been. If you were born after 1968 and unsure if you are vaccinated, please check with us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about measles at Healthify (He Puna Waiora)
As of 9th October we will no longer be running separate clinics for infectious patients. Mask-wearing continues to be strongly encouraged in the waiting room.
If you have any infectious symptoms (cough, sore throat, runny nose, fever, rash, diarrhoea, vomiting): you should do a Covid test before attending clinic and advise us beforehand if positive. You must wear a mask at all times in the clinic and if possible you should wait outside or in your car rather than the waiting room.
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