The team at Seddon Medical Centre is well-equipped to assist you with all care and medical services. Our GPs and nurses at Seddon Medical Centre are highly trained in dealing with both minor and major illnesses, and we make sure to provide you with treatment that is most suitable to you.
We offer an online service called Bettr, which enables you to have a consultation with one of our GPs and nurses from the comfort of your home. We recommend that you book into a Bettr consultation service for all non-urgent care. Our team will determine if your appointment is better handled in our clinic.
Located near major roads and public transport in Auckland’s Pukekohe. Parking is also available on-site.
Seddon Medical Centre is near major roads and public transport.
13A Hall St, Pukekohe
Open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm.
Phone 09 237 0055
Our friendly team are ready to help, please contact the clinic for more details.
If you are in need of emergency medical help, please call 111 straight away for an ambulance.
If your need is not urgent but you are still concerned by a serious matter and it is outside of White Cross Northmed’s opening hours, please visit your closest 24/7 walk-in clinic.
If your need isn’t urgent, but you’re still unsure whether to see a Bettr doctor or to visit a clinic, you might be surprised just how much we can take care of in an online consultation. Most common health concerns can be tended to easily and effectively. Even repeat prescriptions are easy via Bettr. (Prescriptions for new or restricted medicines might require an in-person visit).
If you have had an online appointment but your Bettr doctor thinks you do need to see a doctor in-person, we’ll refer you to our nearest clinic. Your in-person visit will be either free, or you’ll just pay the cost difference between your original online appointment, and your in-person follow-up. Your Bettr doctor may
refer you to a nearby clinic if we feel as though your needs will be better met in person.
If your health concern requires a physical treatment or test (like immunisations, a cervical, prostate or other exam, or skin tag and wart removal for example) it’s likely best for you to head into one of our walk-in GP clinics.