Fergusson Drive Surgery and Dr Dunn’s Surgery merged in January 2016 to form Queen Street Medical. In May 2017 we welcomed the patients of Dr’s Subhash and Devi Malik after their retirement. We are Upper Hutt’s newest and state-of-the-art medical center, designed to care, provide and educate our patients with quality family health services.
We are aware that sometimes waiting times have been longer than usual. We are very sorry for any inconvenience that this causes.
This is due to higher demand and a shortage of Doctors.
When booking appointments, we can’t forsee which patient will need more time than average, but there will always be a very good health reason for this.
Please forgive any delay.
You may, one day, need extra time for your health issues or concerns and should be reassured that your Doctor will give that to you and not rush you out because he is keeping the next patient waiting
From all the staff, we thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Monday & Wednesday LATE clinics NOW Available
1 June 2019 – Due to the huge amount of new patients enrolling at Queen Street Medical in recent months, we have had to close our books for a month or two. We are not currently able to accept any new enrolments or see casual patients as we need to be available to look after our own enrolled patients. This does not include new babies whose parents are already enrolled.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form
If you are planning on an overseas trip, be sure to get in touch with our travel nurse Karis, in order for us to find out what vaccinations and health advice you will be needing. Karis will then book an appointment for you with your Doctor. E-mail us for a travel questionnaire which needs to be completed prior to seeing Karis.
Queen Street Medical is introducing a new phone triage service for patients who request an urgent or same day appointment.
Pink Shirt Day
“Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying!”
Queen Street Medical was proud to be a part of the Pink Shirt day movement to show that their workplace is committed to preventing bullying and creating a positive and safe environment for everyone! Pink Shirt Day is led by the Mental Health Foundation with support from InsideOUT, the Peace Foundation, Village Collective, New Zealand Post Primary Teachers’ Association (PPTA), Auckland District Health Board Peer Sexuality Support Programme (PSSP), Youthline, Te Kaha O Te Rangatahi Trust, the Human Rights Commission and Bullying-Free NZ Week.