Musselburgh Medical Centre Ltd
59A Musselburgh Rise
Phone: 03 455 4085
Fax: 03 455 4840
Phone: 03 455 4085
Fax: 03 455 4840
8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday.
Please phone 03 455 4085 to make an appointment.
Email:- email@example.com for all non clinical matters. Please DO NOT USE this email address for making or cancelling appointments.
Standard appointments are 15 minutes long. Extra time is available on request, or as allocated for specific procedures. Emergencies are given priority.
House calls are available if you are unable to attend the surgery. We can schedule regular visits if needed to your home or rest home. Please phone as early in the day as possible to arrange a house call, and let the receptionist know if it is urgent.
In an emergency, please dial 111 for an ambulance.
URGENT AFTER HOURS
After hours care is available at Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre. 18 Filleul St, Dunedin - Ph 03 479 29 00 until 10pm
Emergency Psychiatric Service (EPS)
The Emergency Psychiatric Service is a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week mobile service providing urgent assessment and intervention in times of mental health crisis for all people of all ages.
Emergency Psychiatric Service Address:
Dunedin Hospital 201 Great King Street Dunedin
Freephone: 0800 46 78 46 Option 2
NEED TO TALK? Free call or text 1737 any time, 24 hours a day. You’ll get to talk to (or text with) a trained counsellor. The service is completely free.
‘1737, need to talk?’ is New Zealand’s new national mental health & addictions helpline number.
CONNECTMED - PATIENT PORTAL
Musselburgh Medical Centre now has an Online Patient Portal where you can make Doctors appointments, request prescriptions , view recalls and from the 1st Feb 2019, view Lab results. Please see reception on your next visit or www.connectmed.co.nz to register.
How to get started:
You must be 16 years of age.
You must be an enrolled patient at Musselburgh Medical Centre.
You will need a unique email address to sign up. If someone else in the family has already signed up using a shared email, then you will need to create your own before you can join ConnectMed.
If you sign up online you will have immediate level 1 access, where you can make appointments and request prescriptions if you know the name of your medication. You will need to fill out a form at reception and provide a form of ID to have level 2 access which will allow you to request prescriptions from your long-term medication list, see any recalls and to view Lab results online.
If you have trouble signing up online it is probably because you have changed your phone number and we have your old one in our system or someone in your family has signed up using a shared email. Please ask Reception to confirm your details.
Please Note: Our Doctors have permanent locum Doctors that work sessions for them each week and when on leave. You will need to check your Doctors profile on ConnectMed to see when Locums are working for them. *This can be difficult to see on a smartphone, so if it is important that you see your Doctor not the Locum, it is a suggestion that you make your appointment from another device.
To check the Doctors profile, please click on the Doctors name to access full details. This will confirm if your Doctor is working that session.
*Some consultations need longer than a normal 15min appointment, for example, Cervical Smear and consultation (prescription requests), or a full medical for a drivers licence or other certification purposes, these require a 30 min appointment, you can book two consecutive appointments or contact reception to confirm the appointment length required.
*Nurse appointments are not able to be accessed on the portal. Please ring reception on Ph 4554085.
*Urgent appointments do not appear on the portal, please phone the nurses to be triaged.