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: email@example.com for a registration form
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is free, safe and effective. Everyone in New Zealand aged 5 or older can get vaccinated, regardless of residency or citizenship status.
You can get a free booster now if you are aged 18 or over, and you are fully vaccinated, and it has been at least 3 months since you completed your primary course (for most people, this is 2 doses). Having your booster dose will increase your protection against Omicron – especially your protection against severe disease needing hospitalisation. People 18 years and older who have not had a booster dose have less protection against the transmission of Omicron.
For the most up to date information on what is happening with COVID in New Zealand, check out these websites. https://covid19.govt.nz/ or https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines
We now offer the following types of consultations:
We now offer Telehealth consultations:
You’re used to talking to your friends through text, social media, email and video apps such as Skype, Facetime or Zoom. Now you can ‘see’ your doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional using different digital technologies.
This new way of seeing your doctor and other health providers is part of keeping physical distance from each other as much as possible – something we need to be doing to help keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your first consultation may seem strange for both you and your health provider, that’s normal. As we do this more often everyone will start to feel more comfortable.
What is telehealth?
Telehealth or virtual healthcare provides a way of having an appointment with your doctor, practice nurse and other health providers without seeing them in person. It’s sometimes also called e-consultation.
It might involve:
- sending messages via your patient portal
- emailing, texting or having a phone call with your doctor, practice nurse or other health provider
- having a video call where you can see your doctor, nurse, psychologist or other health provider and talk about your condition just as you would if you were in the same room.
- removing the risk of catching or spreading germs
- reducing time and costs involved with travelling to an appointment
- not having to leave the house when you are feeling unwell.
For more information on Telehealth consultations, please ask one of our helpful administration team and you can check out the Health Navigator website. https://www.healthnavigator.org.nz/health-a-z/t/telehealth-what-is-it/