The Doctors Middlemore Urgent Care & GP Services

The Doctors Middlemore Urgent Care & General Practice

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Please be advised due to staff coverage the clinic will close at 7pm today.
The Doctors Middlemore provides General Practice health care and Urgent Care services for accidents, injuries and unexpected illnesses. We also take Emergency Queue patients from Middlemore Hospital. 
Our General Practice provides appointments for our enrolled patients, offering medical services to provide quality long-term healthcare for you and your family. We are RNZCGP 
'Cornerstone' and Foundation standard approved.
Our Urgent Care offers medical treatment for more acute conditions, and is also available to non-enrolled casual patients. We offer a full range of fracture management services and have a Post-Acute Clinic for injury and sub-acute medical follow-ups. We are endorsed against ACC Standards for Urgent Care Centers. 
We have an on-site Pharmacy, X-ray and Physio as well as on-site Hands Clinic, Dietitian, Midwife, Health Coach & Health Improvement Practitioner.
Max Radiology
Max Radiology, affiliated site of Horizon Radiology & Southern Cross Health Insurance. We offer all general X-ray (non-acc and acc) and Immigration X-ray.
Please see down below for prices under "Patient Fees".
Please note: We do not do Ultrasounds.

Enrol With Us

Online Patient Portal

Are you registered for the online portal?

When you’re enrolled with us you can register for this portal, called Manage My Health (MMH). Then, any time you like 24/7 you can:

  • book appointments
  • request repeat scripts
  • view lab test results

Phone reception 09 275 9977 to start your registration

Here’s How to Complete Your Registration  and How to Use The Portal

Urgent Care Hours

Open 7 Days a Week, 365 Days of the Year
8am - 8pm (including Weekends and Public Holidays)  

Radiology Hours

Monday to Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 10:00am-4:30pm

Standard GP Services Hours

Standard GP Services: Monday to Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

Patient Fees

Enrolled Patient Fees

 Age GP Consultation
8am - 5pm*
Urgent Care
Urgent Care
After Hours 5-8pm
14-17 $13.00 $15.00 $30.00
18+ $19.50 $30.00 $45.00

Follow up appointments within 24 hours for the same condition will not incur an additional patient fee.
Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.

Casual Patient Fees

Urgent Care
Urgent Care
After Hours*
6-17   $40.00 $55.00
18+   $70.00 $85.00

*Urgent care charges apply Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm. 
*After hours: Mon-Fri 5-8pm, all day Saturday-Sunday and Public Holidays.
*Non-residents must provide a passport as identification upon arrival
*Casuals wishing to enrol pay a discounted charge for the first visit, subsequent visits are charged at enrolled patient rate

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.

ACC Patient One-off Surcharge Fee

The Patient surcharge fee is a one-off fee which is payable on the first appointment.  All subsequent visits for the injury once registered with ACC will be at no charge to the patient.

Age Enrolled Registered Patients
Casual Patients
Casual Patients
After Hours 5pm-8pm
14-17 $13.00 $13.00 $28.00
18+ $20.00 $20.00 $35.00

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.

Radiology Fees

Type Fee
Referrals from The Drs Middlemore $20.00
Referrals from External Providers $25.00 
Immigration X-Ray ONLY (No Medical)  $150.00

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.

Immigration Medicals

Age Fee
Children - 10yrs and under $140.00
Youth - 11-14yrs $235.00
Full medical 15-64yrs $480.00
Limited medical 15-64yrs $250.00
Full medical 65+yrs $530.00
Limited medical 65+yrs  $310.00
Immigration Cancellation Fee     $60.00

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.


Insurance Medicals

Age                                                        Fee
10 years and under FREE
11 - 17 years $120.00
18+ years  $150.00

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.


Drivers Licence Medicals

Age                                                 Fee
Enrolled Patients
(16+ years)

Read our Standard Payment Terms and Conditions here.


Standard Payment Terms and Conditions

The Cost of Health Care in New Zealand

Healthcare in New Zealand is a mixture of free and subsidised services, where patients pay a fee to cover some of the costs of providing healthcare services.

Free and subsidised care is only available to New Zealand residents, with exceptions in some cases for visitors from countries like the UK and Australia where New Zealand have reciprocal agreements. Ask our reception team if you think you may be entitled to a funded service for your visit or have any other questions on our fees.

Useful Information About Fees at The Doctors

  • Payment is due the day of consultation or service - prior to your appointment.
  • Repeat prescriptions must be paid for before the prescription is issued or sent to a pharmacy.
  • All fees are based on a single appointment, extended consultations may incur additional charges. Fees may vary due to the time taken and materials used.
  • Medical consumables will be charged separately.
  • Weekends, afterhours and public holidays will incur additional fees
  • Accounts may only be set up with the approval of the Medical Centre Manager.
  • Accounts that are unpaid will be sent to Debt Collection. The debtor (patient) is responsible for all debt collection fees.
  • Normal consultation charges apply to Virtual or Phone Consultations.
  • Newly enrolled patients may require a double appointment for their first visit. A double appointment fee will apply.
  • Four hours cancellation notice for a booked appointment is required. Non-attendance will incur a normal consultation fee.
  • Our practice nurses are skilled professionals and there is a fee when you see them for advice or services.
  • If you have a Community Services Card, you may be eligible for a reduced consultation or prescription fee.
  • If not paid in full an additional $10.00 fee will be charged for all age groups

Pay Online

Good news, paying online is easy. 

You can pay securely using a credit or debit card or internet banking (Account2Account payments) - just click below to make a payment.  Payment is due on the day of your appointment. In addition to paying online you can pay in person at the centre with eftpos or a debit/credit card. 

Make a Payment

(Please be advised that we don't recommend paying in cash as we no longer hold change to return.  Cash payments must be in the exact amount or you must be willing to leave any balance on your file for use at a later appointment.  We do not give cash refunds.)

Our Team

Mandeeps Manage  
  • Dr Indira Wickramasinghe

    Dr Indira Wickramasinghe

    Doctor Indira is originally from Sri Lanka and arrived in NZ in 2008. After completing all the required transition NZ medical examinations, Indira worked as a House Officer at Auckland Hospital, North Shore and Middlemore Hospital in different specialists before joining a GP training program.

    She worked as a junior doctor and as House Officer at The Doctors Middlemore and now is in the team as a permanent GP. 

    Indira loves spending time with her two young daughters and husband when not at work and her hobbies are reading a good novel, baking, gardening and travelling with her family. 

  • Dr Shomel Gauznabi

    Dr Shomel Gauznabi

    Doctor Shomel Gauznabi is a GP and Urgent Care Doctor and has a background in Adult General Medicine, Palliative Medicine and Paediatric Medicine. 

    He is an NZ medical graduate who completed his junior doctor years as a House Officer and Registrar in Auckland. He occasionally works in Hawkes Bay, Bay of Plenty and Australia. He is also skilled in minor skin procedures and joint and intralesional steriod injections.

    Shomel has an active involvement in medical education at The University of Auckland. In his free time, he loves to spend time with family, play and watch sports, snowboard and cook. Overall he is passionate about community care and looking after local families and patients.

  • Dr Tom Bye

    Dr Tom Bye


    Originally from Auckland, Dr Tom Bye left for medical training in the South Island graduating from the University of Otago Medical School. Following graduation he returned to Auckland and Northland to work as a Doctor, joining The Doctors Mangere in 2015 as a training registrar for 6 months, and then returned here full time in 2017.

    Tom is an advanced trainee in both the Colleges of Urgent Care and General Practice. His areas of special interest are Paediatrics, Youth Health, ENT and Plastics. Tom previously worked as a Registrar in ENT (ear, nose, throat) at Auckland and Middlemore Hospitals, Plastics/Burns at Middlemore, ED (emergency department) in Whangarei, ICU (intensive care unit) at Northshore and Auckland. Tom also worked as a House Officer at Middlemore and Starship.

  • Dr Mazher Iqbal

    Dr Mazher Iqbal


    Dr Mazher arrived in New Zealand in 2012 from the UK. He worked a few years as a GP in Palmerston North. He joined The Doctors Middlemore in 2014 and since then has been working as a full time GP with us. During his time in Auckland, he gained fellowship in General Practice. As Mazher has some family ties in the UK, he regularly visits there and recently he went back to gain some more experience from the UK's General Practice. He enjoys working at The Doctors Middlemore and his special interests include managing chronic conditions like diabetes, COPD and minor surgery. He's also very keen to do joint injections like shoulder, hip, knee and carpal tunnel etc. He has 3 kids who study in Auckland and want to pursue their higher education in New Zealand and so he is planning to stay in New Zealand for a long time.

  • Dr Allan Tee

    Dr Allan Tee

    MBChB (Otago), Dip O&G, Dip Paeds, FRNZCGP, FRNZCUC - GP/Urgent Care Physician

    After graduating from Otago Medical School in 1997, Allan spent the first 3 years working in various hospitals. In 2001, he gained post-graduate qualification in both Pediatrics and Obstetric & Gynecology. He completed his Fellowship training for the Royal NZ college of GPs in 2004. In 2017, Allan gained his Fellowship in Royal NZ college of Urgent Care. Allan has been part of The Doctors Group for over a decade. He is the GP Lead at the The Doctors Ti Rakau and a Director/Partner of The Doctors Middlemore.  He is part of the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) providing governance and clinical oversight for the Green Cross Health Medical network. 

    Allan enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a special interest in minor surgery and treatment of accident and sports injuries. Outside of work, Allan is a busy father of two boys and enjoys the outdoors and sports, especially basketball and golf. Allan speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.



  • Dr Murray Winiata

    Dr Murray Winiata


    Murray has previously worked at The Doctors Mangere as a Senior House Officer on a General Practice placement from the hospital.

    He has completed a Masters in Medicine as well as holding post graduate qualifications in child health and has broad hospital experience in orthopaedics, general medicine, paediatrics, emergency medicine and psychiatry.

    Murray also has experience working in the adult mental health NGO sector.
    In his spare time Murray is an obsessive home barista, occasional guitarist and technology hobbyist. In the technology world he is likely better known as “NZtechfreak”.
  • Dr Huta Tangaroa

    Dr Huta Tangaroa

    MB ChB Dip Obs FAMPA - GP

    Huta joined the Mangere team in 2006 and has rapidly become an extremely popular and well respected member of the doctor team.

    Huta is originally from the Cook Islands, but has spent many years in general practice in New Zealand; Bay of Islands, West Auckland and more recently South Auckland.

General Enquiries and Feedback

  • We welcome your feedback and always strive to provide the best care and advice. Please let us know by completing the patient feedback and General Enquiries form below. 

    (Please do not send clinical queries via this form. To book an appointment or request a prescription please log in to the online portal or phone reception)

  • Important to know

    • Green Cross Health and The Doctors medical centres follow this feedback management process in accordance with guidelines set by the Health and Disability Commissioner
    • If your feedback is sensitive or involves medical centre management, please contact Green Cross Health by emailing
    • You can ask for help and advice from The NZ Advocacy service. The Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy Service is a free service that operates independently from all health and disability service providers and agencies.
    • If you have concerns you are welcome to contact the Health and Disability Commission (HDC) about our service. Anyone can use this service, including the person who received the care, a family member or friend of the person who received the care, or a health or disability service provider or concerned person.
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