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Topic # 93984 2-Dec-2011 21:25
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Just wanting to know what doctors/gp you use or would recommend?

Ive got a doctor which is in sandringham but im on the north shore now so wanting to have a doctor close by.
Also a doctor which wouldnt cost an arm and a leg  would be appreciated.

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  Reply # 552874 2-Dec-2011 22:07
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ashnizzle: Just wanting to know what doctors/gp you use or would recommend?

Ive got a doctor which is in sandringham but im on the north shore now so wanting to have a doctor close by.
Also a doctor which wouldnt cost an arm and a leg? would be appreciated.


They all cost about the same don't they, after the government subsidy.Generally you have to enrole, and there is a shortage of doctors in NZ, so actually finding one that will take you on could be difficult.

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  Reply # 552875 2-Dec-2011 22:13
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I can recommend any of the docs at Glenfield Medical Centre, been using them for a few years now :)

http://maps.google.co.nz/maps/place?oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official&channel=np&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=glenfield+medical+centre&fb=1&gl=nz&hq=medical+centre&hnear=0x6d0d3a2937ee77dd:0x500ef6143a2c680,Glenfield,+Auckland&cid=759391250743721847




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  Reply # 552983 3-Dec-2011 10:05
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I used to go to the Apollo Medicala Centre when I lived up that way and found the level of service to be quite good, however I found they were a little on the expensive side (after 6PM fees, public holiday surcharges etc.)

My only complaint was I found sometimes they were a little too quick to "prescribe" to fix a problem!

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