Queen Street Medical opened their doors in January 2016. Having an attached pharmacy, gym, physio, podiatrist, hand therapist, and wellbeing service all under one roof in a modern purpose built medical centre means we can offer our patients the best integrated services available.
Having a team of experienced Doctors, nurses, clinical pharmacist, health care assistant and administration staff, means we can take care of all of your primary health care needs.
We believe in maintaining a long-term Doctor-patient relationship and where possible like our patients to see their own Doctor. We focus on providing continuity of care and we strive to provide same-day appointments for our patients where we can.
We are cornerstone accredited ensuring the highest standards of care and processes at all times.

MYINDICI patient portal

MYINDICI is an online system that allows you to read your consultation notes, check your lab results and find out when your routine health checks are due along with ordering your repeat prescriptions and booking your own GP appointments at the click of a button.  E-MAIL: office@queenstreetmedical.nz for a registration form

COVID-19 Vaccination

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is free, safe and effective. Everyone in New Zealand aged 16 or older can get vaccinated before the end of 2021, regardless of residency or citizenship status.
Two doses of the vaccine, at least three weeks apart, will protect you. We have ordered enough doses for everyone in the country.
Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast District Health Boards, working with our Primary Health Organisations, Māori and Pacific providers and disability partners are organising the vaccine rollout.
Ma tini, ma mano, ka rapa te whai. By joining together we will succeed.

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We now offer the following types of consultations:

Electronic consultations

available exclusively through My Indici. These are generally most suitable for straightforward enquiries, simple medical issues, follow-up from previous consultations, medication adjustments, as well as ongoing management of recurrent issues on a case-by-case basis. If the clinician receiving the communication feels that an alternate consultation type will be more helpful, they will advise that. Standard consultation charges apply.

Telephone consultations

can be a very effective option for issues not requiring physical examination. Phone consultations can additionally be supported by electronic communication of relevant information such as forms/photos and arranging any required investigations, prescriptions etc. If a physical examination or face-to-face consultation is required, the clinician will arrange this. Standard consultation charges apply.

Video consultations

we are in the process of setting this up and hope to have a couple of our clinicians using this effectively by the end of June. Standard consultation charges apply

Face-to-face consultations

the classic. Most appropriate for issues which require physical examination, treatments, or if you simply feel more comfortable with this style