ACC is a no-fault scheme which covers everyone, including visitors, who are injured in an accident in New Zealand.
Aclasta injections are used for the treatment of osteoporosis and of Paget’s disease of the bone.
If you are deficient in vitamin B12, then the injections are very effective at raising your blood levels.
Did you know we offer a service to help you manage your blood pressure?
All standard immunisations for children are free until 18 years of age. You can make an appointment with the Practice Nurse for your child’s immunisation.
Ropata Health offer a variety of contraception options. You can discuss all of these with your doctor.
Drivers licence medicals are carried out by the doctors at the Ropata Health.
Ear wax is a naturally occurring substance in healthy ears, but it’s quite common for wax to build up in the ear canal and can impair hearing.
If your doctor has prescribed Warfarin, you will need to have regular blood tests to measure your blood clotting rate, and to make sure that you are taking the right dose of Warfarin.
We have an on-site operating theatre that has been purpose built for minor surgery, and a team of dedicated doctors and nurses who are experienced in minor surgery.
You can ask for proactive checks or tests, or a check or test is offered by a doctor or health professional.
The team at Ropata Health will organise your referral to the public hospital system.
Regular cervical smear tests every three years are recommended for women, if they have ever been sexually active, from the age of 25 until they turn 70.
Stopping smoking isn’t easy, but hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders have done it, and you can too.
Opening April 2020
TBI Health provides a comprehensive range of physiotherapy, injury management and rehabilitation services