Enrolled Patient Fees

We accept cash and most credit cards.

New updated fees apply from 8rd July 2023. Please check with our reception staff if you have any queries. Please see the bottom of this page for our Ts & Cs including new late payment fees and monthly account fees.
Please note that every time you engage the GP’s time, whether it be face to face, by video, by phone, or by asking them to complete a form or prescription for you without an appointment, a consultation fee applies.


The Cost of Health Care in New Zealand Healthcare in New Zealand is a mixture of free services and subsidised services (where patients pay a fee to cover some of the costs). We will always try to ensure all our patients benefit from any funded services that they are eligible for.
Providing health care services and running a medical centre comes at a cost, including wages, building costs and medical supplies. Some services and fees, while subsidised, are in place to cover these costs. Free and subsidised care is only available to New Zealand residents, with exceptions in some cases for visitors from countries like the UK and Australia as these countries have reciprocal agreements with New Zealand.Ask our reception team if you think you may be entitled to a funded service for your visit.

General Practice Services
Payment is due at time of consultation. Non-payment on the day will incur a $10 Late-Payment fee. If you have Southern Cross cover, please give us your number and we will claim it directly on your behalf.
– If your account is still outstanding at the end of the month you will also incur at $10 Monthly Administration Fee.
-All casual and non-enrolled patients are required to pay in full prior to their appointment.
-All fees are based on a single appointment, extended consultations may incur additional charges. Fees may vary due to the time taken and materials used.
-Medical consumables will be charged separately.
-Weekends, afterhours and public holidays will incur additional fees.
-Accounts that are unpaid may be sent to Debt Collection. The debtor (patient) is responsible for all debt collection fees.
-Newly enrolled patients may require a double appointment for their first visit. A New patient appointment fee will apply.
-Two hours cancellation notice for a booked appointment is required. Non-attendance will incur a missed appointment fee.
-Our practice nurses are skilled professionals and there is a fee when you see them for advice or services. If you have a Community Services Card, you may be eligible for a reduced consultation or prescription fee 

Enrolled Patient Fees
 GP ConsultACC Consult (Doctor)
Under 14 yearsFreeFree
14-17 years$38.5$38.50
18-24 years$47.00$47.00
25-64 years$63.00$63.00
65+ years$52.00$52.00

Community Services Card (CSC) Holder

 GP ConsultACC Consult (Doctor)
Under 14 yearsFreeFree
14-17 years$13.50$13.50
18 years+$19.50$19.50
Casual Patient Fees, incl. CSC
 GP ConsultACC Consult (Doctor)
Residents / Eligible  
Under 14 years$50.00$50.00
14-17 years$70.00$70.00
18-24 years$90.00$90.00
25-64 years$90.00$90.00
65+ years$70.00$70.00
Under 14 years$90.00$90.00
14+ years$140.00$140.00

All fees based on 15min appointments (10 minutes for consultation, 5minutes for notes, scripts and other admin tasks).
Discounts apply for AUT Millennium staff.

We do not offer credit facilities for accounts.
All accounts must be paid and settled at time of service if in clinic, or prepaid for remote/virtual or out of clinic services when booking or requesting these