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Vaccinations

National Measles Campaign

The Government is stepping up the fight against measles and protecting hundreds of thousands more young adults by investing up to $40 million for a year-long measles-catch-up campaign. The campaign targets 15 to 30-year olds who missed their MMR vaccine as children, particularly Māori and Pacific young people. These vaccinations will be fully funded. Immunisation […]

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General Practice

Fee increase

From 1 July 2020 there will be an increase to our fees. To see a full list of our new fees, click here. We appreciate that this may a difficult time and we are aiming to keep our fees affordable at the same time as covering our ever increasing costs. If you are having difficulties […]

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News

Ropata is earthquake safe

Ropata’s resilient seismic solution With the recent shaking we have been feeling, it is comforting to know that our staff and patients are safe within our new building. The building is built in 5 pods that can each move independently in the event of an earthquake. The RSJ resilient slip joints were designed by Tectonus, […]

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Outbreak

What does Level 2 look like at Ropata Health

If you have a normal doctor or nurse face to face appointment, we ask: Do not arrive for your appointment too early Only arrive 5 minutes before your appointment or wait in your car until 5 minutes before appointment time Come to your appointment on your own If you need assistance only bring one person […]

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Vaccinations

Flu vaccines now available to everyone

Flu vaccinations are now available to everyone, including children. Please phone reception to make an appointment.

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News

Flu vaccine update

We are still working through our list of high risk patients for flu vaccinations. Due to supply issues, we are only able to order small amounts of vaccines at once, meaning the process is slower than we anticipated. We will update our website and facebook pages when flu vaccines will be available to the rest […]