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Yesterday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced NZ was to shift to Alert Level 4 at 11:59 PM in response to a positive community case.

As you probably know by now, the Government recognises health and medical facilities (such as medical practices and pharmacies) as essential services. We always remain open — even in a Level 4 lockdown.

If you require any medical assistance, please phone our practice. All patients will be screened during their initial phone call to determine their’ next steps’. If you have a booked appointment, our team will be in contact.

Dial 111 if you need urgent help.

Most consultations will happen over the phone (or by videoconference, FaceTime, Skype, etc.) to stop any risk of the disease spreading by person-to-person contact. If a face-to-face meeting is required, our team will organise this with you. 

You may also find the following information helpful:

What staying at home means —

Food and shopping —

How to access healthcare —

Locations of interest in New Zealand —

Finally, there’s no reason to panic. Let’s keep up the kindness, keep looking after each other, and do what it takes to get through together (again).

If you need to talk, check-in with a friend or whānau member, or free call/text 1737 to chat with a trained counsellor. It’s free and confidential.
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Ruatahi Medical Centre
Weekdays — 8:30 AM to 5 PM
Weekends & Public Holidays — closed

1271 Hinemoa Street,
Rotorua, Bay Of Plenty 3010
(07) 348 3002

Please dial 111 in emergencies.
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